Category Archives: Arabic

Running away at home

Most of us take the Edmund Hillary approach to our lives: Why? Because it’s there. Whenever we think about our families, our careers, our hobbies or even our politics, we glide over the nuances of our potential options, and simply … Continue reading

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Moustache in the sky with Diamonds

I had already decided that it was time for an Arabic blog. But yesterday evening’s class produced an incident (positive) that was further blog-fodder. So here we go; two posts for the price of one. Putting me further outside of … Continue reading

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Who shot JR?

I may not be up to full speed yet (any Korean students reading this?) but I am a little surprised at the progress. Perhaps it is connected to the fact that the languages are not related, but each one is … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Babel Project

The Babel Project is about human capability (and foolishness) and testing what works for one individual in the world of language. Over the course of 2012, I plan to test multiple approaches to learning a foreign language. This blog will … Continue reading

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