language journals

monday 19th april 2017 // today i am finally finishing my english language notes & i have never felt so accomplished. i have been using my b6 muji notebook for my notes and loving it. it makes me so happy to see all my notes together and complete. also i recently bought these new pastel stabilo highlighters & i can’t stop using them. they make everything look so aesthetic



🌈Hey everyone!!🌈

This is the next page of my last post
My printer still is not working that picture is from a magazine lol

This page is a clutter of languages! English, Korean, Japanese and Swedish haha
Maybe I should try to journal in Japanese next week!

I’m obsessed with earl grey tea thesedays🍵
What’s your favorite drink atm??? Pls comment I’m DYING to know what everyone is drinking


CNN cuts interview feed after refugee crime statistics are mentioned. They’re not even trying to hide their bias anymore.  

In honor of the new year, here is my simple tutorial for setting up and maintaining a language journal. I’ve made 3 so far using this method for spanish, french, and italian because it’s so simple. Disfruta y espero que logres sus metas de lengua este año! <3

What You’ll Need:

  • composition book
  • highlighters
  • flashcard(s)
  • black ink pen

Keep reading

I do not learn other languages so I can talk to more people or tell that I know the language. I learn so i can understand how other nations express themselves. Their feelings, their love, their ways of thinking. I don’t only get the chance to know words I didn’t know existed but I can discover feelings, noone understands in my native language. I feel like one can’t see the entire world unless they tried to learn a foreign language. The more you learn the clearer your vision gets.

# Counting 0 to 100 #

Just some notes about the numbers 0, 4, and 7:

Zero is れい (零)  but ゼロ or マル are more commonly used.

4 can be said as し or よん.
7 can be said as しち or なな.
Both ways are okay to use. But keep in mind, when you start combining numbers, the reading is almost always よん for 4 and なな for 7.

I’ve shown the kanji for each number first. You can really see a pattern after the number 10. 

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0 れい or ゼロ or マル
1 一 (いち)  
2 二 (に)  
3 三 (さん)  
4 四 (よん or し)
5 五 (ご)  
6 六 (ろく)  
7 七 (なな or しち)  
8 八 (はち)  
9 九 (きゅう)  
10 十 (じゅう)  

Numbers 11 through 19:
Say “10, 5” for 15 or “10, 6” for 16, etc..

11 十一 (じゅういち)  
12 十二 (じゅうに)  
13 十三 (じゅうさん)  
14 十四 (じゅうよん)  
15 十五 (じゅうご)  
16 十六 (じゅうろく)  
17 十七 (じゅうなな)  
18 十八 (じゅうはち)  
19 十九 (じゅうきゅう)  

Numbers 20 through 90:
Say “3, 10” for 30 or “5, 10” for 50, etc..

20 二十 (にじゅう)  
30 三十 (さんじゅう)  
40 四十 (よんじゅう)  
50 五十 (ごじゅう)  
60 六十 (ろくじゅう)  
70 七十 (ななじゅう)  
80 八十 (はちじゅう)  
90 九十 (きゅうじゅう)  

100 百 (ひゃく)  

━━━━━━━━━ #

To make a number like 77, say “70, 7” as 七十七  (ななじゅうなな).
Here’s how you read the following numbers:

37 = 三十七 (さんじゅうなな)
92 = 九十二 (きゅうじゅうに)
24 = 二十四 (にじゅうよん)

Can you say?:

53 = ______
81 = ______
49 = ______

Not too bad, right? (。•́‿•̀。)


🌲27+28/100 days of productivity🌲
⭐️28/01/2017⭐️I’m all about my numerous English assignments right now, there’s so much to do and I’ll probably have to keep working tomorrow. But at least I’ll be done way before the due date!!

«Journal for Research on the Visual Media of Language Expression», Volume VIII Number 4, Edited by Mareld E. Wrolstad, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1974


Tomorrow is the 1st April 🌸 I made this a few days ago .. it’s not that pretty but I’m still glad that I took my time to do this 😊

As a welcome to April - Some Vocabs


Korean = 사 월
Thai = เมษายน
Chinese (Mandarin) = 四月 (sì yuè)

Korean& Chinese Studyblr : @in-our-seoul Thai Studyblr : @my-thai-studies ^_^
German Spring Vocabulary

Originally posted by imvirtual

wohooo fathi posts sth else than studyspo!

der Frühling - Spring

April - April
blühen - (to) bloom
die Brise - breeze
die Knospe - bud
der Hase - bunny
der Schmetterling - butterfly
das Küken - chick
der Krokus - crocus
die Osterglocke - daffodil
Ostern - Easter
das Ei - egg
die Blume - flower
grün - green
das Gras - grass
wachsen - (to) grow
etw. ausbrüten - (to) hatch sth.
die Hyazinthe - hyacinth
Juni - June
März - March
Mai - May
schmelzen - (to) melt
die Narzisse - narcissus
das Nest - nest
die Kuhglocke - pasque flower
das Kaninchen - rabbit
der Regen - rain
der Regenbogen - rainbow
der Regenmantel - raincoat
die Jahreszeit - season
der Frühjahrsputz - spring cleaning
der Spross - sprout
der Sonnenschein - sunshine
tauen - (to) thaw
die Tulpe - tulip
der Regenschirm - umbrella
die Frühlingstagundnachtgleiche - vernal equinox
das Wetter - weather
windig - windy
der Wurm - worm

i hope i could help you guys with this!

|ʘ‿ʘ)╯  いらっしゃいませ!  (Irasshaimase).  
Welcome! - Said in stores/restaurants to a customer.

ご注文、よろしいでしょうか?(Gochūmon, yoroshī deshouka?)
Would you like to order?

なにかのみものはいかがですか?(Nanika nomimonowa ikagadesuka?)
Would you like something to drink?

How are your katakana skills? Need practice? Well if you like coffee, it’s time to brush up on it.  (⊙_⊙)

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喫茶店 (きっさてん) Cafe
コーヒー Coffee
メニュー Menu
スターバックス Starbucks (often shortened to スタバ ) 

ホットコーヒー Hot coffee
アイスコーヒー  Iced coffee
      アイコ (abbreviation)
エスプレッソ Espresso
ラテ  Latte
カフェオレ Café au lait
フラペチーノ Frappuccino
モカ Mocha
チャイ Chai
カプチーノ Cappuccino
カフェ アメリカーノ Cafe Americano
マキアート Macchiato

エス Small
エム Medium
エル Large
ショート Short  
トール Tall
グランデ Grande
べんティ Venti

ソイ Soy
豆乳 (とうにゅう) Soy milk
低脂肪乳 (ていしぼうにゅう) Low-fat milk
無脂肪乳 (むしぼうにゅう) Fat-free milk
ホイップクリーム Whip cream
フォームミルク Foamed milk
ソース Sauce
シロップ Syrup
クリーム Cream
さとう Sugar

チョコレート Chocolate
バニラ  Vanilla
キャラメル Caramel
抹茶 (まっちゃ) Matcha
シナモン Cinnamon
ヘーゼルナッツ Hazelnut
アーモンド Almond

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( ˘▽˘)っ♨   Can you read it? 

▶  キャラメル マキアート 
▶  マンゴー パッション ティー フラペチーノ
▶  さくら ブロッサム クリーム ラテ

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Extra phrases:

エスプレッソショットのついか。 Add an espresso shot.

コーヒーおかわり Coffee refill.

ホットコーヒーをひとつください。One hot coffee, please.
      ~おねがいします is a more polite way to say please than ください。

トールソイチャイ ティー ラテおねがいします。Tall soy chai tea latte, please.

コーヒーにはミルクとさとうをください。I would like milk and sugar for my coffee, please.

(S,M,L)  サイズをください 。I’ll have a small/medium/grande/etc, please.

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I’m reading Virginia Woolf in English for the first time! It’s such an accomplishment for me, guys (my native language is Spanish and reading literary texts in a different language is quite tricky) but the effort is just SO worth it. I’m in love with this author and every word she wrote.

I made a vocabulary list on my bullet journal to help me memorize the new words. Oh and I’m using the Linguee app, it’s such a useful tool.

JLPT N5 Grammar  *:・゚’★,。・:*:・゚’☆

~があります - Expression

States that a non-living thing exists/is.

が is a particle used to show the subject of the sentence.
あります is a verb that expresses a non-living thing “is” or “exists”.


There is, there are

How to:

Noun + があります。
ベンチがあります。There is a bench.

Placeに Nounがあります。(To show place of existence)
テーブルにペンがあります。There is a pen on the table.

Different forms of あります:

ある - plain positive, present
ない - plain negative, present

あります - polite positive, present
ありません - polite negative, present

あった - plain positive, past
なかった - plain negative, past

ありました - polite positive, past
ありませんでした - polite negative, past


じしょがありますか? Do you have a dictionary?
ここにこうえんがありました。 There was a park here.
しつもんがあります。 I have a question.


april study challenge:

13. what languages do you learn/want to learn? i’m currently learning Norwegian on my own and taking a french class at college. 

18.  are you a visual, auditory or kinesthetic learner?  100% Visual.

20. a book you’re reading for class: I’m not reading any literature books for class, but i’m reading Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland just for fun and also because I need to practice reading faster in English, i’m actually a Spanish speaker soo

I kinda desapeared for like a week or so because I went to Cuzco (in Peru, yes, Machu Picchu is there) for the holidays and also have a looot of homework.