A Scriptorium (which literally means “a place for writing”) is a room in medieval European monasteries devoted to the copying of manuscripts by monastic scribes. I’d like to share with you a language-learning technique that is not something I would... Read more
Just found this, I smiled a bit, kind of funny (“Merci beau coup!” lol), but he’s absolutely right: Most Western Europeans speak at least two languages fluently, and someone speaking 5 or 6 isn’t the least bit abnormal or special over there at... Read more
Short post, just wanted to show you guys this video I came across, it’s only about 5 minutes but there’s a lot of insights and useful info there, I’d like to especially point out to you how much he emphasizes how important speaking is when it comes... Read more
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