I take a great interest in the languages of the world and that is why i choose this career. I have been teaching French and Spanish for past 12 years. I have studied Advanced Level French and Spanish, Intermediate Level German, Elementary level Japanese and Beginners level Portuguese and Korean.
I have worked with 16 organisations and had great success with my students, ranging from middle school to college age, non traditional students and employees in the corporate world. Currently, I am working as a Spanish lecturer at the University, French corporate trainer in two companies and Foreign language faculty at LanguageNext.
Why I started blogging?
This blog is something I wanted to start for a long time, but it took me forever to finally pull the trigger and actually do it. I started this blog mainly for three reasons.
- Learning a new language is my passion, and I love languages. In fact, this is the only thing I do. Being a linguist for over a decade, it was a no-brainer that I’d start something language-related someday. Passion leads to sustainable writing. You’ll do best at the things you love.
- Today, there is a growing demand for foreign language professionals in the country. The information available for aspirants, however, is quite limited. On top of that – inaccurate, incomplete, and irrelevant information makes a significant majority of it. My intention was to inspire and help you find the quality, useful, and relevant content to you.
- It took me several years and months researching about various languages. In fact, I’m addicted to research. I still don’t consider myself an expert, but I’m happy to help in any way I can. As hundreds of people continued to express interest in finding out more about languages. Well, eventually I decided to start a blog dedicated to helping people learn a new language. So studyfrenchspanish was born!
Every time I considered starting a blog. Something came up. Eventually, I started, though I don’t think I really understood what I was getting myself into. This was really hard work. What you read in 10 minutes, sometimes take 10 days to write. The huge visitors (500,000+ visitors in 2018 alone) compensated for everything. Neither I make any money through this blog nor I really care about it. On the contrary, I actually spend a decent amount every year just to run this site smoothly. After all, pursue what you like is never about money.
If you just have a passion for learning a foreign language but don’t know why, how, and where, then you’ve come to the right place.