No, not food.
Yes, I love both kinds of food, but I am currently thinking about languages.
I have a list of languages I want to know “one day when I grow up.” I forced myself to stop after 10, but I could easily get up to 20.
Here they are, in no particular order:
- English – done
- Spanish – done
This list is always in my head. (So are the lists of “things I want to do” and “things I want to learn”, but those are lists for a different day.)
As it is with most of the magic that happens in my life lately, Living Social sent me an email.
Considering that for most Language Courses you’re going to spend AT LEAST $100, but likely more in the neighborhood of $200, this really is an amazing deal. Granted, I have no idea how good the course is, but for $25 there’s not much I could lose. So I’ve decided to just go for it. But what language to learn first? French? Italian?
I posed the question of French or Italian to my friends on Facebook and received an almost unanimous response in favor of Italian. For some reason, though. I was not pleased with that response. Que boberría! What is the point of asking people if I am only going to shirk their responses? Then again, if the goal of asking was to help me determine what I wanted to learn first, then I suppose their opinions are less relevant than my ultimate decision, right? Because, in the end, this is about me.
Come to think of it… considering my theme song for the year, I guess it would stand to reason that I learn French first, no?
No WONDER I am leaning towards French!
Besides, I get the feeling that Italian will be a breeze to learn since it is so close to Spanish. Meaning, I can save it for later.
Ok, it’s decided French… I think.