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Rishik201 views

How difficult is it to get a 5 in AP Spanish Language and Culture without being a native speaker?

I'm interested in taking the course and have experience taking previous Spanish courses, but this is my first time taking an AP Spanish course so I'm a little anxious in wondering if it's even possible to get a 5 on the AP exam without being a native speaker.

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Arya218 views

How do i improve my English I would probably move to another country for my studies. ?

I want effective tips because there is no one in my surrounding that speaks English. It's been 2 years I've been watching content on social media in english. I'm probably at intermediate level. I know simple vocabulary. I want to master at speaking English.

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Maddie849 views

Do colleges like when you take 4 years of the same foreign langauge?

Hello, im a freshman in highschool and im building my schedule for next year (sophmore year), i really want to take spanish for all 4 years but alot of my friends are saying its dumb. I really want to get into a good college so i didn’t know if 4 years of spanish would help me! Thank you!!!

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Mina452 views

What degrees will I need to teach English in a foreign country?

Advice for future career.

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Jessica1773 views

How do you find a lifelong career that you will love and be passionate about?

I'm still young, in my early twenties asking for advice or helpful insight on finding the right path for me. I'm currently enrolled in a Jobcorps Center and am pursuing Pharmacy technician and or other trade work training. I have several small interests that I enjoy but none that I feel confident building into a lifelong career. I graduated from high school during the COVID-19 outbreak in 2020, and I feel it's stunted my growth into a career. I'm interested in STEM, Language studies, Anatomy Physiology, forensics, Physical fitness, Chemistry, Woodworking, and Medicine. I'm artistic and investigative and wish to do a career that I find challenging and rewarding. I've traveled to Europe, Studied French in southern France, and interned as a sales associate in Ireland with a Designer Exchange Company; all of which were wonderful experiences but I'm unsure how to turn them into a career for my future. So how do I narrow down my interests into a career I will find fulfilling in my later life?

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Jolene500 views

If you're bi/multilingual, did you find it helped you in your job?

Not in the interview, but in your actual job. Also interested in answers from people who know sign languages!

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Alana261 views

What type of classes do I need to take in college to become a cultural anthropology major, and what colleges have that major?

I'm a sophomore in high school, and I'm thinking about becoming a missionary, diplomat, or a writer. I'm looking for advice on what classes that I need to take to achieve on this, and if there are colleges who have great study abroad programs. I want to study overseas in college. As well, how that relates to cultural anthropology.

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Teriyana364 views

Does anyone know any universities that have master programs that in Multilingual Studies?

I would like to learn multiple languages at once and get a Masters degree. I've been searching the internet and have had no luck finding a program that teaches multilingual studies and/or Master program that has a "study aboard" opportunity to learn the language of one's choice. Any suggestions? Any feedback would be helpful at this point. Thank you!

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Hunter204 views

What is your career path?

for after learning a foreign language

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what is the best type of JD to go for for an immigration lawyer specializing in spanish

what is the best type of JD to go for for an immigration lawyer specializing in spanish

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Anna339 views

What are ways to interact with international students online for free?

I am interested in studying in Germany. Are there any free online exchange programs or volunteering/internship organizations that can improve my German skills or help me learn about Germany or just get some experience in German-based work? (Or other countries?)

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Michelle240 views

How to be ready for AP Spanish?

I’m good at Spanish but still nervous about Publix speech

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Hailey386 views

What programs are there for free or at low cost?

I am autistic and a person of color. I would like to find a veterinary study abroad programs that are affordable for me in countries like germany, Norway,Denmark, Iceland,etc

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CareerVillage Office Hours296 views

Which (foreign) languages are in demand right now?

Note: this is part of our Professionals series where volunteers share questions they wish they saw on the platform

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I’m an English Language Learner; how can that work to my benefit?

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Brooklyn504 views

What is the best language to learn as a beginner to becoming bilingual if English is your first language ?

I am a freshman in high school the end of the year is this Thursday, the last day of school. I decided to learn a new language over the summer since I would like to become a nurse or travel nurse, or just something that allows me to help others as much as possible. However I have struggled with keeping a consistent schedule for learning the languages I really want to learn and some of them are a bit complex so I was wondering what language I should start with before I move on to the languages I really want to learn. The languages I have previously tried learning are Korean Spanish Thai and French. Those are just some I have tried, I want to learn more but those are the ones I want to start with.

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Flynn240 views

Summer Retention?

How do I retain what I learned in Spanish this year over the summer?

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Chika217 views

Where do I do volunteer work online as a high school student as being international?

I ve searched a lot but most of them require for me to be a American or Indian or most are not free

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Michelle324 views

Options with a BA in Japanese?

What are my options with a BA in Japanese? I’m a senior in university, graduating very soon with a BA in Japanese. There are career paths such as interpreters, translators, and teachers, but I want to know if there are more careers for those like me who have no idea what to do with their degree.

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Kayla515 views

What are free ways to learn Korean?

I have a dream of visiting Korea and taking dance classes, going to a concert, and whatnot. Yes, I am one of those people who like k-pop and the culture. Literally so amazing. First, before I do travel to Korea, I have to learn Korean, but anyway I have tried, and it hasn't stuck in my head. I want to travel to Korea when I am 18, but whenever I try to learn Korean, it never sticks in my head/brain. #CV23

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Sebastian439 views

What is working in foriegn(i.e not the United States) country like?

I am junior in highschool wondering about how to work in the foriegn office and i am wondering about what a job like that actually means in respect to day to day life.

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maddie563 views

Which major is better for the study of Asian Languages???

Hello, I am currently thinking about what I am going to be majoring in. I would like to be able to learn Asian languages (Japanese, Korean, etc.). I have done some research and I see there are so many options to choose from. I could major in Korean, Japanese, Asian Studies, or Linguistics. I am not sure which to choose from. I found two colleges that offer these courses, Ohio State University and Pomona College. (By the way, I mostly want to learn Korean, and I am also interested in studying abroad.)

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Nathan363 views

How did being fluent in two languages affect your career?

I am currently enrolled in a Spanish immersion program, and am going to graduate high school with a minor in Spanish. How did a similar opportunity help your career plans?

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joseph501 views

What jobs would allow for my skill in Spanish and my years of Spanish Immersion to be best used?

I have been taking Spanish Immersion for all of my life within my district, therefore I would like to find a job that will make all my learning worth it. I am also into other jobs such as physics and law, but still I would like to use Spanish within my job or place of work

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Sebastian509 views

What are some steps i can do to work in foreign diplomacy?

I am a junior in high school and would really like to have a job where I could travel more and practice my language skills.

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Ilan698 views

Speech Therapist, English Teacher, Language Lover, Musician Looking For Creative Work

I am a speech-language pathologist in a school setting. I have long term experience with teaching, as well as playing and writing music, and I have a passion for studying foreign languages. Where to I begin to explore careers that make use of a number of these skills and interests rather than feeling pigeonholed into one particular role?

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Violet655 views

What kinds of foreign language careers are there?

I am interested in foreign languages, especially Spanish and Hawaiin. I think it would be fun to have a job related to languages. #foreign-languages #language #spanish #hawaiin

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Ashley1408 views

What's the best way to become fluent in a foreign language?

I've been studying several East Asian languages and so far, I've tried taking formal classes and online courses, self-teaching through textbooks, and using spaced repetition. I've also heard that immersion is a good way to learn, so I've been trying to implement more of that into my routine as well. In your opinion, what is the most effective way to become fluent in another language? If you have learned a second language, what method(s) worked best for you? #foreign-languages #language #studying-tips

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Jack753 views

How long does it take to learn a language?

Recently, I've been thinking about what I want to learn in the future and thought about if I wanted to work abroad I would want to be at least conversational level. #foreign-languages #study-abroad

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texan1031 views

How Can I Learn Korean?

#korean #Languages #international #foreign-languages

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