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getting in touch with your heritage

on Tue 12 Sep - 1:52
question does any one here know their heritage language. like if your Irish have learned gealic or Hungarian.
or learning about that countries history. we started learning Hungarian on duolingo.

duolingo is like a free version of rossetta stone but they cover so many more languages.
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on Wed 13 Sep - 22:36
i am of greek and italian heritage so I've tried to learn greek (which is tough) and I know some basics in greek and italian.
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Re: getting in touch with your heritage

on Tue 19 Sep - 5:26
No, I don't know my heritage language. I'm not sure what it'd be either.
How do you like duolingo?
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Re: getting in touch with your heritage

on Tue 19 Sep - 8:35
It is great you focus on sentences and not words. So most of the time you translate from one language to the other using a word bank. This really helps you learn the grammar faster.
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Re: getting in touch with your heritage

on Mon 1 Jan - 9:37
We traced ours back to Germany and Finland.
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