Some Announcements For 2020, and My Language Projects So Far

Hi guys! We made it to November. Here in NYC, it’s getting colder now, and the sun goes down earlier. But as I see less sun, I am also looking into my future.

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Some Important Announcements, and My Plans For The Rest of 2019

Hi guys! 9 months have gone by this crazy year, and I’ve had such an interesting year. Now, I can reveal what’s in store for me for the last 3 months of this year. There’s plenty of activities left to happen in the language world, that’s for sure.

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Language Reflections After LangFest, and State of My Languages

I’m happy that many people have enjoyed my 2019 Montreal LangFest post, and that it’s being posted all over the place and read by many people. And as much as I had fun on my 4th year at the event, I took advantage and had some language practice, and I left with a few thoughts in my head.

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The 2019 Montreal LangFest. Traditions are meant to be broken, but were they all?

Hi guys! I haven’t been really good this month with writing blog updates, and I really wanted to write something about my language progress before this trip to Montreal, but I had little time, and then travel day had arrived, but nonetheless, I’m going to go ahead and tell this great story.

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Back To The Balkans: Part 2. Bulgaria. And Then, The Long Trip Back Home…

Hey everybody! I haven’t been always able to keep up with writing about my recent journey in a timely fashion, but now I will, because this is the last segment of the trip.

My last Slavic country on this mainly Slavic trip that took a little more than 3 weeks and spanned 5 countries is Bulgaria. I was originally also supposed to visit a friend here, but, like in Bosnia-Herzegovina, we couldn’t make it work and it didn’t happen. That didn’t stop me from enjoying the country and all it had to offer. Also, Bulgarian was the weakest Slavic language that I speak of the countries that I visited, so I ran into problems trying to practice and communicate with others.

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