First, excuse my bad English. I will do my best to be understandable.
I am a French man from Lyon (one of the most beautiful cities in the world) living in Japan (Tôkyô, the ugliest capital in the world, but veeeery charming and easy to live in).
I am a researcher (in japanology) and a short story writer (now, I am writing stories about zombies).
Grim Dawn is one of the games I am waiting for the most. I particularly like the general design choices and the athmosphere. If this game is just as good as Titan Quest, il will be a blast. If it is better, it will become the best in its category. That is why I bought the “Epic Fan Edition”.
I hope to have interesting exchanges with you.
Bonjour. Au Japon, face aux “native speakers”, les Français ne récoltent que des miettes sous-payées pour les cours d’anglais. Il vaut mieux y enseigner le français, mais une licence de FLE est le plus souvent exigée. L’université de Grenoble permet de la faire par correspondance avec le CNED.
translation : Hello. In Japan, compared to “native speakers”, the French only get bits of underpaid English teacher’s posts. It would be better to teach French, but a university degree in French teaching ability is often required. Grenoble University allows you to do it with the National Studies at Distance Center.
Erf, malheureusement ce n’est pas à pratiquement 27 ans et le néant niveau expérience professionelle que je vais recommencer mes études à zéro (la dernière fois que j’ai vérifié, pour obtenir le FLE c’est Bac+4 minimum, peut-être que ça a changé depuis ‘.’), surtout que j’ai déjà mon master d’espagnol a finir avant. Merci quand même!
In English: Argh, sadly I am not going to restart my studies all over again at 27 years old while I have little work experience (not mentioning that last time I checked, the French ability diploma requires 4 years of studies, it might have changed since then), plus I have to finish my master in Spanish first. Thanks anyway!
Je pense qu’il y a moyen de faire valoir sa valeur ajoutée (le fait d’être trilingue) pour trouver un job dans une petite école privée à la campagne ou dans une petite ville. Les candidats ne sont pas si nombreux.
I think it is not impossible to put one’s added value forward (the fact of being trilingual) to find a job in a small private school in the countryside or in a small town. The people applying are not so numerous.
Damn, how many languages do you talk? That’s quite impressive!
I tried German twice, but it never really worked out, might give it a third chance though. I am trying Japanese right now, but I am taking classes at the university as an audit only and I am not studying it seriously enough to be good at it, even though I am getting most of the grammar. I think I am one of those persons who would need some kind of intensive language classes before spending some months in a country that uses that language, that way I would be able to learn better!
Nice to meet you. Unfortunately, I don’t speak Danish, but I like your country’s culture and nature.
Learning foreign languages has always been one of my hobbies. I cannot speak many languages (English, Japanese and a bit of German), but I am trying to learn as many foreign languages I can (classical Japanese, Ainou, Hebrew, Chinese, Corean, Dutch, Portugese, Latin, Kambun, old French). Next will be Catalan, Esperanto or Serbian :p.
As I said elsewhere, I am ready to help translate Grim Dawn in French (for free, of course) or to help correct the translation.