So, the other night right after I got back from France, I decided that I wanted to learn French! I am going to be there a lot over the next few months and would like to at least be able to communicate a little bit in French. And...I already started learning it! I know, I know, "But Nick, you're learning Dutch now, I thought you didn't want to learn two languages at once, and what about Italian?"
Yes these are all true points, but still none the less, let me address those:
- Yes I am still learning Dutch and I said that I don't want to learn two languages at once, but, if you keep putting things off, you are never going to do them. And besides, I can communicate pretty okay in Dutch now. It is by no means perfect, but some days, I am actually satisfied with myself now...some days! ;)
- Italian, yes, I think it is a really cool language and would love to learn it, but right now, French is more important and useful to me at the moment. I will not say that I don't want to learn Italian, I'm just saying I will put it off for a bit. But even with that said, I'm going to Italy now in September so it would be nice/polite to learn a bit before going.