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The very first goal I have added is to become fluent in a language other than English. I am not off to a terrible start, since I have been studying French in school for about 4 years. I can speak fairly well, but am still nowhere near my goal. I’d love to sit down and hold an entire conversation in French. Not small talk, but a true, deep conversation. I plan on continuing to study in school throughout college, and start attending classes and working at home to perfect my skills. It isn’t easy, but I absolutely love the idea of a foreign language.

I’d also love to speak fluent Polish. I have a small percentage of Polish in me, though most people tell me I look straight off the boat! :) I’m the only “Polish” looking girl in my family along with my Dad, so it’s kind of a special bond between us. We’re the Polskis of the family. I’ve never really been in touch with my roots, but I’d like to start. I hope to start adapting to some of the culture and to eventually speak the language. I know this would be especially difficult, but I will absolutely try! 5 years ago

joygerhardtMi ja volas flue paroli en neangla lingvo

I’ve always liked learning languages, but I’ve been more of a jack of all trades than sticking with any one language. About a year ago I started learning Esperanto because it’s supposed to be easier than other languages, and also because there are lots of free resources to fully learn the language over the internet. I’m not quite fluent yet but I’m getting there (I hope).

I’ve found that being able to think in another language has been a very interesting experience, and being able to meet other people I wouldn’t have been able to previously is very rewarding as well. 8 years ago

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