Speak to Me in Many Languages



It is an ugly truth to say that students can get bored in class, moreover, when it is Monday morning. I was sitting at the back doodling, until I got an idea, "I am going to write my name and a sentence in several languages." Thus, I searched online for foreign language sentences and I found that Omniglot has them. I limit the number of languages to those that I am familiar with, such as Russian, Korean, Chinese Mandarin, English, Spanish, Cantonese, Indonesian, and Latvian. What do you think about it?

Have you ever done what I did in class? What language are you learning? Thanks for reading. Feel free to share this article if you like. If you have any opinions, please leave a comment. I love reading them.

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