Tigrinya is one of the most fascinating languages I’ve ever encountered. As far as I know, it’s spoken in Ethiopia and Eritrea, and the reason why I want to learn it is mainly because of Eritrea. I’ve never been there, but my country, ehm, c*lonised Eritrea, which means there are several Eritrean restaurants in my city, and even a sort of mini “Eritrea Town”. I’ve always adored their typical foods and loved how their language sounds and looks. One of my biggest dreams is to visit the country as a volunteer, and be able to learn even more about their culture.
As for now.. I have a grammar book, but no actual progresses have been made yet.
I just think it’s a stunning language. It sounds and looks marvellous. Tbh if the amount of dialects and different cultures doesn’t scare me when it comes to Chinese, it does with Arabic. I also find it way harder than Mandarin, which is the main reason why I haven’t started properly studying it. We’ll see how it goes, but I truly want to learn it one day
Basically, my first love. The only reason why I've delayed studying it for such a long time is because it can't be a priority- a girl has to pay her rent
a great percentage of my city’s Chinese citizens are the grandsons and grand-grandsons of Wenzhounese immigrants, so I feel like it would be cool to learn it. And also it’s the hardest dialect of all China, called the “Devil’s dialect”, so how COOL is that?! It’s like knowing a whole new language, and I’m all for that
never know what to write here. It's too long and too personal. sorry for being boring
It means "Italian Sign Language". I feel like it would be a great way to contribute to society as I believe not many able-bodied people know it. Plus, it just looks stunning
I don’t particularly care about Russian, I just want it on my cv and occasionally get jealous when I hear people speaking it
If everything goes as planned, I'll start studying it in September ('21). I've always loved Japanese culture, but the amount of weeaboos attracted by it has always been kind of a deterrent to me (lamest reason why, I know).