I will be forever grateful if anyone will tell me.
I'm a relative noob to languages other than my native American English.
(Slight but almost insignificant experience in Korean slang and high school Spanish.)
I want to get a new tattoo.
I want it to be in Latin script.
I want it to say:
"Remember, we all submit to death"
What I've gotten from free online translators is:
Can anyone let me know if I've got it, if I'm close, or terribly off please?
I honestly appreciate any assistance.
In colloquial French, how does one express a phrase like, "I don't even know." or "He can't even say anything." How does one say the same idea? So what's an equivalent to the way we'd use 'even' in those phrases in French?
If anyone can answer this, it'd be very nice of you. :)
ok i know this question sounds ridiculous because i know it takess yearrs to become fluent in spanish or in any other language. but im trying to go through it the quickest way that is also the most inexpensive way. (of course i can make myself live in a latin american country for a year and become fluent at it) but im just curious what are the methods behind this fast route .... im thinking of taking a "language reading course in Spanish" which supposedly helps students read Spanish fluently and prepare translation skills etc. you think that would be a good way to start? i have many Spanish lessons on and off and I just need to stick with one skill at a time (reading first, then writing, speaking + listening) ... these language reading courses are usually offered in graduate school ... and i am a graduate student but not in a field that requires Spanish language ... but i see myself needing that language in the future for another subject area. thanks.
The phrase: Non-profits are connected to public, industry and governmental agencies in numerous different ways, largely determined by their agendas..."
Currently I live in Australia, speak English at home and have 8 periods of Japanese a week at school.
Some idea's for languages I have tossed around include:
French: I could take it up as an ab-initio IB unit beginning in 2010
Spanish: It's one of the most spoken languages in the world "seems" relatively simple compared to other considered languages.
Chinese: It's super useful with China's economic rise and could lead to future career opportunities
However I am open to any suggestions :) I'd prefer it to be a relatively main language with as many speakers as possible. I'm just interesting in hearing feedback and opinions on learning specific languages.
Any input will be appreciated! :)