Since I many times (too often) have written on this forum how many languages I “speak” I decided that it’s time to revive my knowledge of all those long forgotten languages. I’ve signed to Memrise (until SSiEverything arises …) and started with Italian and German along with some vocabulary practices of Cymraeg as I noticed my vocabulary is really, really limited.
The decision raised in me after Saturday’s Skype practice of (it should be) Cymraeg, (but oh, oh …) with @brigitte where we ended speaking a bit of German (well, but concluded with Cymraeg anyway).
I don’t know though if it’s bright idea since I have such enormous troubles with learning Cymraeg, but I imagine it might give me some confidence and a bit easier times with Cymraeg aswell if I’ll do better reviving my knowledge in languages I already know. It’s also great as I really can do those things on my tablet when driving by bus as I don’t need to be as highly concentrated as I (unfortunately) have to be when learning Cymraeg. I already did some of Italian and some of German and I found out I didn’t even forget as much as I thought I did so this should be pleasant addition to learning Cymraeg.
Well, @stella, you can count on me wanting to chat a bit Italian via Skype prety soon and I recall @Millie invited me to Skype once upon a time, too.
I would be interested if someone learned Serbo-Croatian or (EVEN) Slovene and would want to have some pracitce session too. I bet at least one on this forum speaks the language …
Let’s see … I’m challenging you and accepting challenges back.