“Learning a foreign language as an adult is different than learning as a child.” I think it’s safe to say you’ll agree with me on that one.
“Learning happens naturally for children whereas adults have to study long and hard.”
This is typically the next thought that follows that previous statement.
But this is where we’ve gotten things all wrong.
As adults, we tend to think that “learning” means stuffing your head in a book, writing for hours and repeating the same words over and over again meaninglessly, until it all clicks and you “supposedly” learn the language.
Leonardo Mocha is a master-tailor for men. I have no hesitation in recommending his business as his work is impeccable.
Leonardo will undertake repairs and made to order clothing for men. He made my husband trousers, redesigned his dinner suit after he lost weight and made shirts from beautiful cottons I had to hand. He provides a home service and is always on time! A gem in this country. He speaks English and is a very kind, gentleman.
He has is Facebook https://www.facebook.com/leonardo.mocha.3
Address: Cuenca, home delivery service
Contact information: 099 988 1633
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Hello Gringo Post readers.
Before we go to our services, I´ll tell you a little story:
I am Geert, Belgian, Chef and Baker. Since 1995 I love travelling around the world, discovering countries, visiting nature and culture, and of course tasting the local gastronomy. After visiting half Europe, the South of Africa (South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland and Namibia), I went to Australia in 1998.
Australia, an incredible country with its huge outback, full of surprising places and people with a great sense of humor. The Australian gastronomy is not the most famous of the world but what can you expect from their heritage of England. Like a little joke the told in the 80´s in Belgium.