An easy way to learn a new language
I was born and raised in Kingsville, Texas, a city of about 25,000 located about 100 miles north of the Mexican border. Many people in our little farming and ranching community spoke Spanish. Surprisingly, I never learned Spanish, even though I took two semesters of Spanish in high school. I did learn “Uno mas cerveza por favor!” And whenever I wanted to go out with friends without telling my wise old grandmother: “Estudioso in la biblioteca.”
Now I live just 15 miles north of the Mexican border in a city of 1.3 million, which means there are billions and billions and billions of people who speak Spanish. Sadly, I don’t. However, I’m thinking that all I need to do to learn Spanish, or any new language, is to drive around San Diego reading signs:
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