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In fact, I learned how to speak, write and read French between 2001-2003 to then master the art of conversing in it around the year of 2005.
I since gave up on French to tackle Spanish full time, hence my French has slipped tremendously.
Learning new languages will only make you a more attractive and versatile person.
I get asked a lot in person and online, “What language do they speak in the Caribbean”?
To further solidify this strange point, there are no Patois-speaking local TV networks in the Caribbean.
Our cable providers are linked to the United States (New York City’s), which means that we get every local station in the New York City Tri-State area in the basic-cable package.
😉 Fifteen years later: I’m now fluent in the Levantine dialect of Arabic which is spoken in Syria, Palestine, Jerusalem, Lebanon and parts of Jordan.
Hence I can literally understand a Brazilian without ever learning Portuguese formally.
Also in 2011, I started out learning Chinese (Mandarin), which was very easy, but back slid because of my blogging. I’ve yet to come across a language which has given my trouble learning in any way shape or form, simply because there are none.
Here, we speak Patois (Pat-wa) just as the entire English-speaking Caribbean.
Each island has varying dialects of Patois (Pat-wa) but everyone basically understands each other even though there are slight variations of accents in other islands.
With that, I can literally master Italian [conversing in it and understanding it] within 2 months…but I put it off as I went hard-core blogging in 2011.