Posts tagged Teaching Abroad
Making Mistakes, but Just Wanting to Move on

One of the most frustration aspects of practicing a non-native language is how your mistakes can often be honed in on while your point is overlooked. In terms of having successful communication, I believe it’s often best to recognize mistakes but also move on.

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Help! I'm Suffering Mini Culture Shocks

Do you ever feel like there are little things that throw you off when you are traveling or living abroad? Today we are talking about mini culture shocks—small things that might make a big difference in how confortable you are abroad.

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Life with Visitors is Different

Try as I may, I simply can’t live out my ‘normal life’ when I have visitors! It’s not an inherently bad thing, but certainly something we all need to recognize and come to terms with in our own ways. Thus, I’m sharing some personal insights on the topic.

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Learn Spanish: When Do I Use 'Usted?'

Choosing between the formal ‘usted’ and informal ‘’ pronouns is harder than you may think—especially because the interpretation of what is formal and informal is both subjective and cultural. Read on to learn about the interpretation of this in Spain.

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A Letter to Myself Before I Moved Abroad (Dani)

In this letter to a former self, Dani delves into what she would tell the person she was before she moved abroad and it got her thinking deeply about who she is vs. how she’s defined herself over the years.

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