When a  🇧🇪

whose mother tongue is  🇳🇱

and who speaks to his dogs in  🇮🇹

writes about languages in  🇬🇧

while living with his  🇻🇪 partner in  🇪🇸

These guys and gals are the ones I turn to when I’ve just started a 🆕 language.

Disney has an abundance of songs available and what’s more important to you as language learner/lover/addict (delete as appropriate) they exist in a myriad of languages and often also in different versions of the same language (🇪🇸 and 🇲🇽, 🇧🇷 and 🇵🇹, 🇳🇱 and 🇧🇪).

Most people – if not almost all – who have Catalan as their native tongue are at least bilingual. I’d already be able to communicate with them in 🇪🇸🇫🇷🇮🇹. A language is so much more than a tool to get your message through to your conversation partner(s).

Smørrebrød. Hot summers. Freaking cold nights (in our tent) and Lego(land) of course (I was a tween at the time). That’s what immediately comes to mind when I think back to our Danish holidays in the early nighties.

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