New photo series up on the blog – Starbucks Spotting!
We’re going back to France this spring to visit family and I am just over the moon! I can’t wait to go back and enjoy a few of the things I’ve been missing. So in honor of our upcoming trip, I give you 10 things I miss about Paris and some photos!
Bon, voilà – I’ve finally written a post in another language. Discover how I became Eurolinguiste and my journey with learning new languages – in other words, mon histoire sur comment je suis devenu Eurolinguiste.
Now that I live in California, there is one thing I am no longer able to do that I greatly miss – Breton dance.
Brittany, the area where Breton dance originates, is the north-western peninsula of France, made up of five different départements or what one might call a county in English. If you want to know more about the region, feel free to ask me or Google it!
You can read the rest of the post here and see several more photos!
I originally wrote this post on June 12, 2012, but because I’ve moved this blog to a new address, I’m in the process of reposting old material. I should have reposted this on my two year anniversary, but that came and went without me even really realizing it. I’m now quickly approaching my third year since moving to California from Belfast. Please enjoy a list of things I miss about Europe and photos from my last day living in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
It is with great pleasure that I introduce you to Eurolinguiste’s first guest blogger, La Marinière. La Marinière is an American translator fluent in French and English living in France (Austria, now, actually) with her husband and son. She very kindly agreed to write a guest post on learning a second language and I am very happy to share her story.
As a fellow linguist, I always enjoy hearing how others have learned other languages and how they experience them in their day-to-day lives. Here, she will be discussing her linguistic journey and how language plays a role in her life today.