Wow. Look at you. Red suits you.
Bon vs Bien.
This often drives my students crazy...
How would you say ‘they are good at chess’?
a) Ils sont biens aux echecs.
b) Ils sont bons aux echecs.
What’s your guess? 👇🏼
Bob hyn a hyn ～ every now and then
➙ Bob hyn a hyn dan ni'n gwrando ar gerddoriaeth glasurol. (Every now and then we listen to classical music.)
➙ Mae pawb yn haeddu egwyl bob hyn a hyn. (Everyone deserves a break every now and then.)
Can you think of some other example sentences? Is so, please share them in the comments below!
Monday is back to school day... recently I’ve started Italian lessons, for two reasons mainly... firstly since my dad died my exposure to the language has been minimal and I figured this was a good way to keep it up and practice so I don’t lose it. Secondly I suck, and have always sucked at grammar so I want to improve and iron out the creases in my vernacular. So being the massive geek I am I bought some handy revision cards from @lovewilko
and I’ve spent my morning (yes I know it’s only 9 but I’ve been up a while) writing up revision cards and doing my homework, with the hope that by making it pretty, the grammar will sink in... #learningitalian #bilingualproblems #revisionnotes #lettering #grammarpolice #flashcards #homework #backtoschool #italiangirl #secondlanguage
Make a guess!
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🤓 I realized that the next step I need to take in improving my Spanish is diversifying my vocabulary, and what better way to do that than by re-reading old classics in my L2? Children's books have tons of context clues and repetition built in that help you learn new words and phrases in a natural, gentle way #blastfromthepast #lifelonglearning #secondlanguage #bilingual #habloespañol
unpopular opinion: decomposition books are rlllly not worth it