Language is my Love Language

Language is my Love Language

안녕하세요! 내 이름은 Janelle입니다. 나는 한국 에 산다. 나는 영어 선생이야. 반가요!

Je parle français aussi. quand j'etait au Senegal j'ai essaye apprendre français et Wolof. Français est un langue de Latin et c'est le plus facile pour moi apprendre parce que c'est le plus proche d'anglais. Mon français c'est pas tres bien et je fais beaucoup des erreurs mais je continue essayer chaque journee. Je parle français avec mes eleves et amis au Senegal et mes amis au Haiti. Je utilise français apprendre un autre langue aussi 👇🏾

Dama beug diangue Wolof. Dama beug wax Wolof ak sama kharit bou nek Sénégal. Wolof nirou woul ak benen langue ci lima kham mes ci gueneuh meti ci limay diangue. Mots you barri nirou woul ak limaye deug avant wolof nekoul ci Google Translate wayé douma bayi mou sedd. Name nalla, Senegal. Ba benene.

I use all four of these languages on a daily basis. From navigating daily life in Korea to talking with friends and family back in the States. I also talk to my friends and students in Senegal everyday. At least one of my students is writing me to tell me about their birthday or show me their new phone. My students became my family and Senegal hasn't seen the last of me so I'm going to keep learning and practicing the languages.

Learning languages is one of the main reasons I love travel. The ability to communicate with people in a way that's completely foreign and different to my own language. Making connections with different languages I've studied and seeing the overlaps. When traveling learning phrases and words in the language of the country goes a long way. You can mispronounce and butcher the language, but people will be happy you’re making the effort. Simply learning the words for please, thank you, and excuse can make a work of difference. • Friends & Google helped me with some of this post, but what I knew I wrote (mistakes and all). Feed me & teach me something in another language and I'll love you forever... 😉 •


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