It is possible to be addicted to language learning. I know, because I have all the symptoms. When I have an essay due for my IB HL English class, or a test in calculus the next day, when I am crumpling under academic stress, when I tell myself I am going to finish my homework … Continue reading Perfecting the Art of Procrastination: So Far(si), So Good
They say that the best way to learn a language is through absolute immersion. It has been scientifically proven that after acquiring some basic prerequisites, the most effective means of becoming fluent is by surrounding oneself with native speakers. When seeking for ways to improve my French, I thought about how I could achieve the … Continue reading French Immersion in Austin!
I have been extremely busy in the past few weeks, but I decided that I needed to spend more time doing things that I honestly cared about, and that would be important to my life. So, what better way to spend a Saturday morning than by learning Arabic! Here are some notes that I took: … Continue reading Learning Arabic Online!
At first sight, the Arabic Naskh script appears daunting, with swirling lines and hovering dots that go from right to left. To add to that, there are 28 letters, and each letter has three different forms, depending on where it is located in a word. I won't lie. I was overwhelmed. In fact, I nearly gave … Continue reading How to Read Arabic: Fast and Free