Category Archives: Learning Multiple Languages

What I’m Using to Study German

Pimsleur German The Good My core resource for now is Pimsleur. Since letters in German don’t sound like they do in English, I think it’s important to hear the language quite a bit, so an all-audio resource is beneficial in … Continue reading

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Why I May Have to Eat My Words

The meetup on Sunday was sparsely populated because it was Easter, but that worked for me as it was a bit less intimidating. There were seven people there, including me. One of them was also a beginner, but she conversed … Continue reading

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Why I Am Not Impressed with Duolingo

A couple weeks ago I woke up with a strong desire to learn German. There is no reason for me to learn German; the few people I know who speak it do not speak it as a first language and … Continue reading

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Why It’s Called Mezzie Learns

When I started this blog, I was just rekindling an obsession with the Thai language, and my first thought for the title of the blog was, “Mezzie Learns Thai.” I’d read other Thai learning blogs, and there wasn’t much to … Continue reading

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Deaf West Theater’s Production of American Buffalo

I know I’ve been heavily focused on zero waste and plastic free living, but I’m still a language enthusiast. Here’s one of the fun things about learning other languages: I get to go to bilingual productions like these and not … Continue reading

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On Language Confusion: ภาษา Español

On Wednesday of this week I was called into an IEP meeting with absolutely no notice. The mother only spoke Spanish, so I switched immediately into Spanish mode as I often do in such situations. But this time, something odd … Continue reading

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