Hi guys! Blogging from this neat hostel in Prague. Yeah, you read right in the highlight. I spent a good chunk of time in various regions of Poland for the entire month of November. Throughout the month, I volunteered for an organization called Angloville, where native English speakers help local English learners to improve their English and raise their confidence in speaking English, and making friends in the process. The organization operated in a few countries in Europe, and the programs run for about a week long. The day before the start of the program, volunteers are treated to a tour of the city where they depart from, and at the start, they are taken to venues in the countryside.
Hey everyone. Writing from a city in Poland named Wrocław (you can try to pronounce it: Vrotswav) this time. And to try to catch up to where I am now. Try to…I left off at Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Hi everyone! Hello from Warsaw, Poland. I have just finished another week of volunteering at a program to help English learners practice their English, and I finally found another place with a computer to continue blogging. As promised, as I gave recaps of my experiences at the 2018 Polyglot Gathering in Bratislava, Slovakia, and the 2018 Montreal LangFest, I am happy to share what I experienced at the 2018 Polyglot Conference a few weeks ago.
Hey! For those who haven’t been following me on social media, I’ve been in different cities in Europe for the last few weeks. As I’m writing this blog post, I’m in a hostel in Vienna. I would be happy to update you guys on what cities I’ve been to, and my language experiences. 🙂
Hey everyone! Back on September 13th, the 1 year anniversary of the creation of my blog arrived, and due to many things keeping it busy, it took me until now to write the anniversary post. I’m happy to have reached this milestone, and doing it while trying to keep the blog active, posting about various things throughout this past year. It also helped to have had traveling experiences that enabled me to use any languages that I’ve studied, and told those stories and shared them with the world. Here’s to more years, more language learning, and more language adventures with more cool people in the language community around the world.