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All my language learning tips, experiences and stories!

French study
Languages
Lindie Botes

My weekly study routine for Intermediate French learning

Pakistani origins & my dormant French green monsters is where it began Learning French has always been something strictly scholarly for me – I’ve taken French at school since I can remember… like, even back in Grade 1 – I recall sitting in my classroom in Islamabad, Pakistan, watching French

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How to learn many languages
Languages
Lindie Botes

How to learn multiple languages at once

There are many methods you can use and the possibilities are endless! As for the following tips, you can do some or all of these techniques – ultimately it’s about finding the technique that works for you!

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Korean
Lindie Botes

Improve your Korean in 6 unique ways

You may have just finished your Korean textbook or passed your first Korean class. Now you feel accomplished but not sure where to go next. You might be bridging the gap from beginner to intermediate, or making your way from intermediate to advanced. Wherever you are in your journey, there are a few things you can incorporate into your day to improve your Korean fast.

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Languages
Lindie Botes

A month of Spanish: resources & journey

Hello, friends! I’ve been learning Spanish for one month now. Time flies! Some of my older YouTube viewers may recall that I often said Spanish is the one language I would never learn. Never say never! Circumstances have changed and here I find myself immersing myself in this beautiful language.

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Korean
Lindie Botes

Arirang TV A Plus feature

I am thrilled to announce that I’ve had the opportunity to be featured as the second KOREATOR on Arirang A Plus. A Plus is an offshoot of Arirang TV and promotes Korean culture to foreigners through various TV shows like KOREATOR. The theme of this series was “Korean in Your

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Lifestyle
Lindie Botes

What is a TCK?

TCK is short for Third Culture Kid. TCKs are people who grew up outside of the country or culture of their nationality. I grew up in Paris, Islamabad, Pretoria, Dubai and Japan, and moving around this much has had both positive and negative impacts on my life. There’s a big

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