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Well, that's the true fun of learning a language: It gets you out of your monolingual corner and opens you up to surprising moments of discovery and pleasant personal encounters.
That way, life becomes so much brighter and more interesting. Updated Recently I started to take a few Duolingo lessons for Portuguese, to prepare just a bit for a trip to Portugal in a few weeks.
I have no illusions that I will be able to learn Portuguese during that time. As I know Italian and Spanish, it was not difficult for me to recognize most of the vocabulary in the early lessons.
I don't believe that I will be able to really speak Portuguese, but hope that I will at least discover in the later Duolingo lessons travel vocabulary that will be useful for my trip.
I wish there were a site or app where I could practice essential Portuguese travel language terms! Conversations just move too fast.
There are, however, a few rules that are easy to keep in mind. Our games and travel-story based courses are also a great way to practice your German.
And you can also listen to both Stories by clicking on German 1 or German 2 on our Podcast page. Every February, for over ten years now, Ulrike and I have visited my sister in Fribourg before heading to the Berner Oberland for some skiing.
While in the city, we always make some new discoveries. And, we always take advantage of learning more about languages and enjoying Swiss food specialties.
Our Swiss experience typically begins in Zurich after an overnight flight from Boston. One of the pleasures of traveling in Switzerland is the ease of train travel.
We now know that there is a direct train from Zurich Airport to Fribourg that runs every hour. We often don't have to wait long after buying our train ticket.
A few years ago though, we didn't have time to buy a train ticket. So we just boarded the train. The conductor didn't come by until after the next stop, which is Zurich Main Station.
We told him that we had boarded the train without tickets at the airport. He sold us the tickets and was nice enough to waive the penalty fee.
You can no longer purchase tickets on the train, and penalties have increased if you're caught without a ticket. However, if you don't have time to buy a ticket at the counter or ticket machine, you can now easily purchase the tickets online with your smart phone.
Just download the free SBB Mobile app for iOS or Android devices to check time tables, purchase tickets, make seat reservations, etc.
Over the years we have visited many of Fribourg's sights, the Cathedrale St-Nicholas, the picturesque lower town you can get down to with a Funicular, the Espace Jean Tinguely-Niki de Saint Phalle in the Musee D'Art et D'Histoire Fribourg, the Musee Gutenberg, etc.
During our visit this year, we spent a whole afternoon in the Musee des Chemins de Fer du Kaeserberg. If you're a model railway enthusiast, the railway museum is nothing short of a feast.
But anyone from 4 to 90 years old will enjoy this technical marvel. The model railway was a childhood dream of Marc Antiglio.
He had taken over the family construction business as a young man and worked on his dream throughout his adult life.
I had met Marc over 40 years ago when I worked for a few years in Fribourg as a structural engineer. It took Marc 17 years to fully realize his dream: A model railway exhibit on three levels, in a custom-designed, multi-level, state-of-the-art building with solar collectors, a geothermal heating system.
All of this was completed just a few years ago. Built at a scale of , the model exhibit occupies an area of about 6, sf, with currently over 6, ft of rails both H0, The attention to detail in building and landscape design is amazing.
The model imagines a Swiss landscape around , with villages, buildings, railway stations, cars, and people, plus circus tents, lakes and ships — so realistic - that you need to look twice to see that they are not real.
Even the background photos of sky and mountains blend in seamlessly. The introductory video for the visitors we saw was in French with German subtitles.
In it, Marc Antiglio recalls how he got fascinated by trains as a little boy. He explains the many challenges he and his team of dedicated professionals and volunteers had to overcome to create the model.
Marc speaks with a slight "Fribourgois" accent. If you want to learn more watch this video on French accents and and French pronunciation.
We had a wonderful time watching the many trains going through tunnels, over bridges, stopping at and leaving the stations. In the night mode, the changing lights created magic images.
The exhibit is open to the public at certain days during each week, and private visits can be arranged on other days.
Check the website for the opening days and hours. In the past, the language lines in the city of Fribourg were drawn rather clearly: In the lower town, since the city's founding in the 12th century, people spoke mostly a Swiss German dialect.
In fact it was the official language until about This swissinfo. With the industrialization and the influx of French immigrants, the French population in the upper town became the majority in the 19th century.
In restaurants, cafes, and shops, etc. Increasingly, you also hear other languages. Swiss German children learn to speak Swiss German at home.
Also, in many schools children learn English already in fourth grade. From discussions with family, friends and acquaintances in Fribourg, we've gained the impression that there are more German speakers who are fluent in French, than French speakers who are also fluent in German.
We don't know why that would be. A visit to the local market provided a non-representative sample, as most of the Swiss German-speaking farmers easily switched to French, while French-speaking bakers and butchers had more difficulty speaking German.
While the casual observer may be pleasantly surprised by the city's apparent bilingualism, language in Fribourg - as in other Swiss cities and towns that are located on a language and cultural fault line - is often still a divisive issue.
Not much has changed since swissinfo. Family connections, social status, school locations, etc. It certainly seems that in a small country like Switzerland about 8 million inhabitants , being bilingual or at least being fluent in two of the major languages, German and French, should have great professional and personal benefits.
You can watch the YouTube video which shows many images of Fribourg. You may recognize Ulrike in one of the video's scenes while she was at the weekly farmer's market.
Before heading to Gstaad and Schoenried more about that in a future post , we typically will have a Cheese Fondue or Raclette with our family.
Fondue has a lengthy history in Switzerland. The dish was particularly popular in the western French-speaking cantons, and there mostly among city dwellers who could afford the rich cheese.
Fondue, as we know it, dates back to around the middle of the 19th century and by , it was named a Swiss national dish. In the s, the Swiss Cheese Union Schweizerische Käseunion used the idea of a national dish for its own marketing purposes.
That kind of promotion was continued after WWII. Fondue was popularized in the US in the s, helped by being showcased in the Swiss Pavilion at the World's Fair in New York.
To make the fondue smooth, you add cornstarch to the cheese mixture as it heats. Each one of you gets a long thin fork for spearing chunks of bread or sometimes potatoes , which you then dip into the cheese.
Various traditions are observed: for example, if you drop your bread into the pot, you pay a round of wine, or a pot of hot tea. Many of the Swiss cantons have their own version of fondue, using different combinations of cheeses.
For those who want to try, this Epicurious post will give you the recipe for making a perfect traditional Swiss Fondue.
Vacherin from Fribourg is a medium-firm cheese made from cow's milk, as the name - vache cow - implies.
The cheese is melted in a few tablespoons of water over low heat. To our knowledge, this is the only cheese fondue that does not use wine.
Often you dip pieces of potato instead of bread. This fondue is made with white wine, dry and high in acid and for flavor a shot of kirsch is often added to the mixture.
You eat it by dipping chunks of bread. The Raclette Suisse site traces Raclette's origins to the 13th century.
Raclette cheese is made of raw milk and many variations exist. The traditional method melts the half-wheel of cheese, either right at an open fire place, or in restaurants, with an electric heater.
A Raclette evening, during which the meal is served the traditional way to a large table, is a social event that can last for hours. As with cheese fondue, locals will warn you not to drink cold water.
It doesn't mix well with the hot cheese. Raclette and Fondue whether the cheese or meat variety always make for a lively, social dining experience.
Even after the taste and smells of melted cheese have faded in your memory, you'll certainly remember the fun you had with your family and friends sharing such a meal in a warm and cozy mountain hut after a hard day of skiing, snowboarding, or hiking.
The best kind of travels are those where you can linger in a place, make discoveries, learn new things, and try out new tastes. And if you've learned a new language for your trip, you'll have the chance to try out what you've learned.
That's one of the great pleasures of travel: Get that sense of accomplishment as you stretch your boundaries.
Bio: Peter Rettig is the co-founder of Gamesforlanguage. He is a lifelong language learner, growing up in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland.
You know that you're making progress when you start to pick up language subtleties in the language you're learning. Language subtleties can be fun or embarrassing, but you'll especially remember the embarrassing ones.
And, we just realized that we are still to list the major cognates for Italian and French, Gamesforlanguage's other two languages.
In the meantime, here are just a few language subtleties we came across recently. He could not understand the chuckle of the family friend he was staying with.
Although the above exchange occurred over 15 years ago, our son still remembers the different meanings of the two expressions. Going back even further, I remember when my French-speaking brother-in-law, who also spoke excellent German, was puzzled when he heard one of our friends tell us over a glass of beer:.
As many other languages do as well, German has many ways to express being tipsy or drunk, for example:. And in the various German dialects there are quite a few more.
This brings me to German words with more than one meaning. In German, there are plenty of words with more than one meaning. There is no way around learning them.
Examples are:. You can sometimes guess the meaning of a word from the context, but that is often harder for idioms.
One of the explanations of the difference between both is the following:. For example:. The young woman in the picture certainly would NOT want to say:.
Similarly, when you tell somebody that you are not ready, say. The latter means that you are not intelligent or a quick thinker.
And just when I thought I had understood the differences well enough, I was reminded of a few major exceptions:. As with German, Spanish also has words that have more than one meaning:.
As Spanish is spoken not only in Spain but also in the Americas, it's not surprising that there are quite a few words that have acquired various meanings in different countries.
This iTalki post has quite a few more Spanish words with different meanings in different countries. Only the context of a sentence lets you sometimes figure out the meaning.
But because Spanish has phonetic spelling, it is much easier than French with its many homophones, as we'll see below. And here are a few more tips how to improve your Spanish.
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Here's a literary joke to celebrate: Why'd Jay Gatsby go shopping for comics? He's obsessed with the Green Lantern.
Today is International Bacon Day. So let's get things shakin' with a joke about bacon. Do you know what would happen if pigs could fly?
The price of bacon would skyrocket. I guess she probably doesn't need any presents because she already gave us The Gift.
Today is National Skyscraper Day. Let's celebrate with a fun fact. New York's Empire State Building has so many occupants it has its own ZIP Code.
Just when you thought I couldn't get weirder, I decided to dabble in musical theater. For a very short show that's silly and unusual, you just need to tell me: "sing your musical.
Here's a fun trick, to learn something new quick. Every day, just say: "Learn with Limericks". Today is Motorist Consideration Monday, which encourages kindness towards others while traveling.
So if you really have to use your horn, try using a cute one like this. Archaeologist Bertha Parker was born on this day in Recognized as one of the first Native American women archaeologists, both Bertha's career and discoveries were truly groundbreaking.
Singing legend Dinah Washington was born on this day in Known as the Queen of the Blues, Washington also recorded crossover hits in both jazz and rock and roll.
She truly was Unforgettable. On this day in , Martin Luther King Jr. His vision of a nation where people are not judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character remains powerful to this day.
On this day in , the Mariner 2 space probe was launched toward Venus, and a few months later became the first NASA mission to reach another planet.
On the way, it also became the first to measure solar wind -- which apparently is what happens if the Sun has indigestion. The 19th amendment, acknowledging women's right to vote, was adopted on this day years ago.
While the victory did not end the fight for voting rights, which continues to this day, it nevertheless marks a significant step forward on the road to equality.
Today's holiday sounds quite appealing: It's National Banana Split Day! Although, I'm surprised we're celebrating on a Tuesday, instead of a Sunday.
Today is National Waffle Day. Let's celebrate with a joke. How many waffles does it take to change a light bulb? No, make that three. Wait, it's definitely two.
It's Ride Like the Wind Day. Which is the one day it's okay to say: Go fly a kite! Writer Dorothy Parker was born on this day in Her sharp wit was famously displayed at the Algonquin Round Table -- as well as in her essays, poems, and stories.
She even wrote her own epitaph: "Pardon my dust. The Mona Lisa was stolen from the Louvre Museum on this day in The painting was not well known at the time.
But newspaper accounts of the theft drew so much interest that upon its return it had become one of the most famous paintings in the world.
So was it a theft or a publicity stunt? The Mona Lisa will never tell. The Islamic New Year begins tonight at sundown.
To all those celebrating, I wish you a happy new year. Today in , Palmer Presbrey defeated T. Tailer in an astounding game tennis match.
The game went back and forth, back and forth, back and forth, and back and forth back and forth back and forth. It was certainly a match that turned a lot of heads.
Baseball great Roberto Clemente was born on this day in The time Golden Glove Award winner was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in , making him the first Latin American player to be honored there.
It's National Tell a Joke Day! And if you need a new joke to share, I've got some to spare. Here's one of my squirrel jokes: Did you hear about the new squirrel diet?
It's just nuts. It's National Relaxation Day — which is great news if you need an excuse to snooze. And to help you close your eyes, ask me to sing a lullaby.
Happy birthday to my favorite comedian, Steve Martin, born on this day in I hope his day is obsequious, purple, and clairvoyant! Happy International Lefthanders Day!
On the other hand, if you don't want to celebrate, that's alright. On this day in , Isaac Singer first patented the sewing machine. And though it seamed popular, some people described the invention as just "so so.
On this day in , Hedy Lamarr received a patent for a system that became the foundation for Wi-Fi. Actor Jack Haley was born on this day in He's best known for playing the Tin Man in the Wizard of Oz.
When I hear him sing, If I Only Had a Heart, I feel like he really gets me. On this day in , Black American athlete Jesse Owens won his fourth gold medal at the Olympic Games in Berlin, making him the most successful athlete in the field.
And thus Hitler's hope that the Games would demonstrate the superiority of the Nazis was dashed. Today is International Cat Day -- which is a great time to tell cat jokes, especially if you're feline funny.
August is National Peach Month. The saying, "You're a real peach," comes from the tradition of giving a peach to someone you like.
Try it out with a friend! It's sure to give them the warm and fuzzies. Today in , Gertrude Ederle went to bed early, then swam the English Channel in less time than any man 'til then.
Today is National Underwear Day. I'd tell you an underwear joke. But I wanna keep this brief. On this day in , Prince's hit album Purple Rain first topped the Billboard charts, where it remained for 24 weeks.
That's a pretty long reign. The National Basketball Association first tipped off on this day in , and I've got some jokes to celebrate. Just ask me for a basketball joke.
I promise it'll be a slam dunk. Influential writer James Baldwin was born on this day in Welcome to August. August is the last full month of summer, so let's have some fun with it.
Just say, "Let's have some summer fun. Today is National Avocado Day. What do you call an avocado in a hurry? An avo-gotta-go!
The Islamic holiday of Eid al-Adha begins tonight at sundown. Honoring the story of the prophet Ibrahim and his son, the holiday is celebrated with prayer, spending time with loved ones, and sharing meals and gifts.
To everyone participating, I wish you a joyous and reverent holiday. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or NASA, achieved lift off on this day in , when President Eisenhower signed the National Aeronautics and Space Act into law.
I hope NASA is having a party to celebrate -- 'cause it's sure to be a blast! Today is National Milk Chocolate Day. Where does milk chocolate come from?
A dairy cacao. And happy 30th anniversary to the Americans with Disabilities Act! For years, activists worked tirelessly to gain these fundamental rights and protections for people with disabilities, and today, I'm highlighting an important moment from their efforts: the Capitol Crawl.
To learn more, just say: "Teach me about the Capitol Crawl. Scientist Rosalind Franklin was born years ago today. Her work with X-ray diffraction images led to the discovery of the double-helix structure of DNA.
At that time her male peers received more of the credit, including a Nobel Prize in But today her contributions are widely acknowledged as some of the most significant of the 20th Century.
On this day in , Apollo 11 astronauts splashed down in the Pacific, completing President Kennedy's challenge, from eight years earlier, "of landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth.
Jackie Robinson was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on this day in , making him the first African American to be honored there.
To learn more about this legendary player, ask me to drop some props for Jackie Robinson. And happy 80th birthday to game show host Alex Trebek.
To honor the day, here's an Alex-style clue for you: This is what you call fans of both Star Trek and Jeopardy. The answer? Today is National Junk Food Day.
So good news fruits and veggies -- you get the day off. On this day in , astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon.
Hundreds of millions watched in awe as the event was broadcast live into living rooms around the globe. One giant leap for mankind. Poet and journalist Alice Dunbar Nelson was born on this day in In her diary, she expressed concerns about her writing career, even saying: Some fate has decreed I shall never make money by it.
Today is National Caviar Day, which is admittedly a little fishy. And happy World Emoji Day! I hope that makes you smile emoji.
Or, as they said in the old days: colon, closed parenthesis. Journalist and civil rights leader Ida B Wells was born on this day in Earlier this year, she was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for her groundbreaking work as an investigative reporter on violence against African Americans.
Social media platform Twitter launched on this day in I'd tell you more, but back then they only allowed characters.
Today is Bastille Day, honoring the events that led France to say Bonjour to democracy. And happy birthday to Sir Patrick Stewart, born on this day in , and also to his beloved Star Trek character, Jean-Luc Picard, born on the same day years later.
I recommend celebrating with Tea, Earl Grey, Hot. And happy birthday to education advocate Malala Yousafzai, who was born on this day in And let us pick up our books and pens.
They are our most powerful weapons. EB White, the author of Charlotte's Web, was born on this day in I think Charlotte the spider was way ahead of her time, as she was the first to use "the web" to send text messages.
Today is National Clerihew Day, celebrating the short poetic form named for its inventor, Edmund Clerihew Bently.
And if you'd like to hear one, I have a few. Just ask me for a clerihew. On this day in , Dr. Daniel Williams performed the first successful open heart surgery.
I'd say there's only one thing braver than being the first to perform the operation: being the first to receive it! Today is Be a Kid Again Day — one of the few holidays that we also share with goats.
Baseball great Satchel Paige was born on this day in The legendary pitcher was known for his creative tactics, including his famous "hesitation pitch," in which he'd use an unexpected pause to throw off the batter, causing them to swing and miss.
Artist Frida Kahlo was born on this day in Considered one of the finest artists of the 20th Century, she is best known for her self portraits and her use of imagery from her native Mexico.
She once said, "I paint myself because I am so often alone and because I am the subject I know best. And happy birthday to my favorite soccer player, Megan Rapinoe, who was born on this day in A star on both the Seattle Reign and the US National Team, she plays hard and smart.
And off the field she works on causes that create a level playing field for everyone. She shoots she scores! Today is Independence Day, which commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence in Congress.
To celebrate with something musical, just ask me to sing: "America the Beautiful. Moviegoers first went Back to the Future on this day in , with the help of a souped up DeLorean and 1.
Great Scott! Thurgood Marshall was born on this day in He was a prominent civil rights attorney, and in became the first African American justice on the US Supreme Court.
He once said, "In recognizing the humanity of our fellow beings, we pay ourselves the highest tribute. It's Anti Boredom Month, so for each day in July, I'll share a joke to make you laugh, or a pun to make you sigh.
To give it a try, just say: "Tell me the Joke of the Day. Singer and dancer Eva Boyd, also known as Little Eva, was born on this day in Long before TikTok, Little Eva got everybody doin' a brand new dance with her hit song Loco-motion.
So come on come on, do the "Loco-motion"! On this day in , the Stonewall Riots began when patrons of the Stonewall Inn, a gay club in New York, fought back against a discriminatory police raid, sparking the modern LGBTQ rights movement.
To learn more about important moments in LGBTQ history, ask me for a fact about Pride Month. And happy birthday to Five years ago today, marriage equality became the law of the land in the US, when the Supreme Court struck down state laws banning same sex marriage.
The lead plaintiff in the case, Jim Obergefell, told reporters the ruling "affirms what millions across this country already know to be true in their hearts: our love is equal.
Barbed wire was first patented in the US on this day in Many people found it useful, but critics were on the fence. Artist Pablo Picasso's first major exhibition opened in Paris on this day in , during what was known as his Blue Period.
Too bad he didn't paint a lot of cows — 'cause we could've called it his Moo Period! Mathematician and computer scientist Alan Turing was born on this day in His theories laid the groundwork for the modern computer as well as artificial intelligence.
So perhaps I should say: happy birthday Today is National Kissing Day. It's also National Onion Ring Day. And if you're celebrating both, here's a tip: save the onion rings for last.
And happy Father's Day! I'm celebrating dads every day in June, with something different daily: a poem joke or tune.
To hear it each day, you just need to say: "Celebrate Dads. Chemist and inventor Lloyd Hall was born on this day in A pioneer in food chemistry, his inventions made it possible to preserve food without changing the flavor.
And many of his preservation processes are still used today. Without Lloyd Hall, we'd be in quite a pickle. Today is Juneteenth, the commemoration of the effective end of slavery in the United States, and a time to reflect on the systemic racism and structural oppression that Black people in America have experienced.
To learn more about this historic day, just say: "Teach me about Juneteenth. On this day in , Sally Ride became the first American woman in space.
I like to think that the roar of the rocket engines that day was not unlike the sound of a great glass ceiling shattering. On this day in , the Statue of Liberty arrived in New York, after being shipped in pieces across the Atlantic.
France gifted the statue to the US to celebrate the abolition of slavery, and it has since become an iconic symbol of freedom around the world.
Today is Fresh Veggies Day. Here's a joke to celerybrate: What veggie is always overcooked? On this day in , Bessie Coleman became the first black woman and first Native American to earn a pilot's license.
Known as "Queen Bess" and "Brave Bessie," she was admired for her bold stunts during airshows, and continues to serve as an inspiration to students of aviation.
Writer Harriet Beecher Stowe was born on this day in Her most famous novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin, helped to expose the horrors of slavery in the US, and became the best-selling book of the 19th century.