futurepolyglot

futurepolyglot


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  • Something to tell the world!

    Bonjouuuuuur !

    My name is Shannon, and I love learning languages. I think i'm good at English and i'm losing my skills in German (help!). I'm also learning Portuguese (BR).
    I passed my exam yeaaaah! Currently studying Art History in Paris.
    I'll be happy if you leave me a message, we can speak about anything you want!
    Ich muss mein Deutsch verbessern könntest du mir helfen bitte?

    Je m'appelle Shannon, je suis passionnée par les langues étrangères. Je pense avoir un bon niveau en Anglais mais mon Allemand se détériore... J'ai aussi commencé le Portugais (brésilien).
    J'ai obtenu ma licence en Médiation Culturelle ! Actuellement j'étudie l'Histoire de l'Art à Paris.
    N'hésite pas à me contacter, on peut parler de n'importe quel sujet !
    J'ai besoin d'améliorer mon Allemand, pourrais-tu m'aider ?

  • A trick or piece of advice

    Learn new things almost every days, get interested in everything, drink lots of water (very very important), don't underestimate yourself, be what you want to be, don't care too much about what people think about you, try to love yourself...

    I'm not the good person to give you pieces of advice, but if it can help you, i'll be glad.

  • Favourite books/authors/films

    Violette Leduc is my favorite writter, i really love her style. I want to buy all books she wrote haha. Her life was hard and she was a little bit paranoid. But i'm sure she was an amazing person.

    Currently reading The Counterfeiters by André Gide

  • Childhood pleasures

    THE. SMELL. OF. MY. CLASSROOM.
    I loved it so much!

    I also loved to play outside, because when I was a child, I lived in the country side. I enjoyed nature etc.
    Reading the dictionnary and learning new things about the Earth/space was my favourite hobby.

  • Living abroad for one year

    Germany!

    I miss this country so much... I spent 6 months there, in Hessen. It was an amazing and a breath-taking experience. I don't like working as mush as Germans do (okay I generalise but in my defense, I saw a documentary on Arte and they said that Germans often sacrifice gladly their lunch time... to work) but if I can return there... I'll be the happiest person in the world!

    But everywhere else is good too!

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