Heeeeeeeeere’s Norwegian! I had a lot of fun with Norwegian this time around. I think I even had actual thoughts in the language at some points! I reveal my English ones in the video below. 37 Languages – Norwegian Recap from Keith Brooks on Vimeo. To be honest, there weren’t really many difficulties with looking […]Read more "Part Two: Norwegian Recap"
New video, coming to you completely raw and unedited! Please excuse my messy apartment. 🙂 Overall, Portuguese is not easy to pronounce, but it’s fun to try! The biggest issues I had were with pronouncing particular consonants (d, t, s) and diphthongs. What also played a role were differences in Brazilian and European Portuguese pronunciation […]Read more "Part Two: Portuguese Recap"
As promised, here is a video recap of the first language from part two, Croatian! Apologies for the delay, as I meant to post this yesterday. 37 Languages – Croatian Recap from Keith Brooks on Vimeo. Basically, I discussed the hard and easy things, with hard being noun declensions and the aspect for verbs and […]Read more "Part Two: Croatian Recap"
Find out which languages I selected from the video below! More details about why they were selected and why others weren’t to come. The languages for part two are: Croatian Portuguese Norwegian Turkish Swedish Albanian Stay tuned! çok teşşekürler … çok mutlu ettin beni …Read more "Part Two: The final six languages"
So, it’s time to say so long to Catalan! And with that, a farewell to part one of the 37 Languages project. Unbelievable, isn’t it? Before we say goodbye for good and skip on over to the final six, here are my final thoughts on the last, but certainly not least, language. SUMMARY: Catalan is […]Read more "Catalan: Adéu! (The end of Part One!)"
Wow … what a week! Moving prevented me from getting this post earlier, but I’m ready to jump right into the last language of the blog and wrap up Part One. The language we’re ending with is Catalan! It’s spoken by over nine million, primarily in Andorra (where it is an official language), the Catalonia […]Read more "Catalan: El final?"
So … I wasn’t into Lao at all. It didn’t take me very long for me to come to this conclusion, so I won’t take very long in explaining why it didn’t work out. SUMMARY: Lao is a tonal language in the Kradai family, spoken by over 15 million in Laos, Thailand and other parts […]Read more "Lao: ຂອບໃຈ"