I’m Hannah! I have an obsession with learning languages, and have found that the best way to go about that is by teaching what I learn! I’m a native English speaker, but all of my posts and information is checked by natives before I post it. This is my personal language blog, but my friend and I run Satyanghae Korean together, where we post about both the Korean culture and language.
So I’ll be going on a….language binge, I suppose. I watched the following video from a guy who became conversational in Portuguese in only a week. Since my goal is never to be fluent (can one even achieve fluency with the liquid nature of language?) I decided to give this a go. My semester justContinue reading “Goal: Conversational in 2 Weeks”
They’re thankfully set up on the keyboard the same way that our numbers are. Numbers 1 – 10 are shown in the following image, along with the proper way to write them with Farsi letters, as well as the Romanized pronunciation.
O polvo está em cima do livro The octopus is on the book Literally: The octopus is on top of the book The phrase for saying something is on something else is ’em cima do/de/da’. This literally translates to ‘on top of’. Now, what do we do with the do/de/da? The one that you chooseContinue reading “How to say ‘on top of’ in Portuguese”