The further rules of Language Week

I think that deep down, Language Week is just about getting out of your comfort zone and getting in touch with the other languages you've got inside you. It is about actually using the foreign languages you learned in school or expressing yourself in your native tongue for once. It's about writing in a foreign language even if you can't write much or if what you write isn't grammatically correct.

Thanks to everyone who's posted so far - I'll do a big wrap-up on Friday. If you haven't already commented here to let us know you're participating, please do. I'd love to read your stuff! And remember... even if you didn't do a Language Week post on Monday, you're still welcome to join in for the rest of the week and to write as much or as little as you would like. Get language-blogging!

(In the true spirit of Language Week, I should probably go back and translate this into French or something. But I'm going to bed instead.)

srah - Monday, 25 June 2007 - 10:56 PM
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Comments (2)

gravatar Jen - June 26, 2007 - 3:30 PM -

Okay, slightly off-topic of this post, but somewhat related...Kiwi is like another language! I watched the first two episodes of HBO's Flight of the Concords (love ONDEMAND) last night and it was, in a word, stupendorlarious! Find someone with an HBO subscription and digital cable and ONDEMAND the daylights out of that show!

gravatar tiff - June 26, 2007 - 3:57 PM -

oh i'm participating.... sentences at a time!

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