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On the other hand, I'd never want to go back to being monolingual - it would feel like losing an arm or something! I'm from Spain, been in the US for 13 years.
Those who left Germany in the early days of the regime, before the worst atrocities, tended to speak better German — despite having been abroad the longest.
As for my native language — Latvian — well, not much to say! It was how much trauma they had experienced as victims of Nazi persecution. I remember my mom telling me that she did have a bit of culture shock too after returning to Germany.
You may study linguistics and learn about functionalism, behaviourism and pragmatics. What kind of accent do you want to have?
Luckily enough, my mom can still understand me when I do: There are many different accents among native English speakers. Thus my question is: Still, this is really cool, considering I'm planning on doing something similar to what Wlada did... Regardless, language students put years and years into perfecting their speaking skills so they can talk like a native speaker. Yusuf721 15 9.
Remigiusz Agatowski. It is completely normal. Or you may study history and learn about anthropology, epigraphy and stratigraphy.
Of course, our online English school is also full of listening exercises and mini movies to help improve your listening. Theories so obscure that even native English speakers had to read them several times before they even got the gist of what they were reading.
Yeah, I used to be a super religious Jew.