Languages

Here, you will find blog posts, challenges, resources, and other useful material for studying the languages that I speak/read, or am learning (English, Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese, Classical Chinese, Spanish, Italian, Latin, French). 

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English

From the quaint, picturesque villages of the English countryside, to the iconic skyscrapers of New York, explore the English speaking world with these articles.

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French

You don't have to claim to have read the whole of Les Misérables to be able to enjoy a croissant and a coffee on Boulevard Saint-Michel. Welcome to the language that gave us chic (and not just the word!)

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Latin

Are you ready to penetrate 2000 years of Western literary production? If you are, then you'll probably need Latin, the language of the ancient Romans and the lingua franca of Medieval European.

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Chinese: (Mandarin)

From the quaint, picturesque villages of the English countryside, to the iconic skyscrapers of New York, explore the English speaking world with these articles.

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Chinese: Cantonese

Cantonese tends to be overshadowed by Mandarin, but with over 60 million native speakers, it's one of the most important languages in the world today.