The Afrikaans Language Learning Materials I`m using

Here I talk about the materials I started using at the beginning of my Afrikaans learning and what I am now using 3 years on.  If you are interested in different and fun ways to learn a language then I have a website dedicated to this at   http://www.fruitfulfunfluent.com/ 

For a $2 trial language learning coaching session with me follow this link
http://www.fruitfulfunfluent.com/how-to-learn-languages-in-a-fun-way/

I hope you enjoy this short video 🙂

I want to share my own experiences, and the experiences of others who learn in a fun way, both here, on my YouTube Channel, and in the 1 to 1 coaching sessions I offer, in the hope that it will be useful to others.

I want to help people to become independent learners by teaching them how to learn languages in the right way for them.

I am passionate about encouraging more people to learn languages because I believe it can help us all to get a better understanding of each other, and through gaining a better understanding of each other perhaps we might begin to live together more peacefully.

You can connect me by email:
kelly@fruitfulfunfluent.com
kellyclearly@gmail.com

In the comments on this blog.

On the contact page on my website                                         http://www.fruitfulfunfluent.com/contact-us/

For a $2 trial language learning coaching session with me follow this link
http://www.fruitfulfunfluent.com/how-to-learn-languages-in-a-fun-way/

Thank you for watching Xx

FAQs about me

How old are you? – 37 (updated 06.01.2017)

Where do you live? – Near Cambridge, UK

If you could live anywhere where would you love to live? – It keeps changing! maybe Camps Bay, Cape Town, Llandudno, Cape Town or Big Bay Cape Town, I cant decide!  I also think some places in America look beautiful but I`ve never been to America so I don`t know.

Do you have any pets? – Unfortunately not because we live in an apartment, but I would love dogs.

What other languages are you learning? – French, and I would also like to start Spanish and Welsh when my Afrikaans and French are better.

Why Afrikaans? – My husband is South African and so we visit his family there yearly, also I wanted a language that I could use regularly, but really I just love it!!

Why French? – I lived and worked in France at Disneyland Paris, and so I want to keep that part of me alive.

Why Welsh? – My Granddad was Welsh, sadly he is no longer around but I still want to do it for him. Plus I also love the less common languages, hence Afrikaans.

Why Spanish? I love Spanish music and just feel a draw to the language.

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Tafelberg & Sightseeing bus

Hello! In this video I talk about Table Mountain and the CitySightSeeing Bus

Hallo! In hierdie video praat ek oor Tafelberg en die CitySightSeeing Bus

My recommendations for Table Mountain (Tafelberg in Afrikaans)

Links for things mentioned in this video:

*INFO FOR HIKING TABLE MOUNTAIN
http://hiketablemountain.co.za/
(This company looks great!, can`t believe I`ve never done it will be contacting them for our next trip!)

Great safety tips for hiking here
https://www.sanparks.org/parks/table_mountain/tourism/safe_hiking.php

*ABSEILING TABLE MOUNTAIN WITH Abseilafrica
http://abseilafrica.co.za/
(they have great trip advisor reviews)

*CITY SIGHTSEEING BUS
https://www.citysightseeing.co.za

*VIEWERS RECOMMENDATIONS
Restaurant in Plattekloof
http://cafechameleon.co.za/

Thank you Sandra for this recommendation 🙂

*My contact email
kelly.learnlanguage@gmail.com

 

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Hello and Welcome! or Hallo en Welkom!

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Hello and Welcome! Hallo en Welkom!

I first fell in love with South Africa in 2011 when my now husband, a South African, took me to visit his home country.  South Africa and Afrikaans have both completely captured my heart, and so I have started this blog to create a place where I will post things about both Afrikaans and South Africa that I find interesting, and that will hopefully be of interest and help to others, and where learners and tutors of Afrikaans can come together and share ideas.  It is also a way of keeping myself accountable on my Afrikaans language learning journey.

Here is my introduction video, I hope you enjoy my blog,

Kelly parker 🙂