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Languages Reveal Cultures

As a German language educator for some forty-eight years now, I am still intrigued with languages and words and recall as a young girl in Massachusetts how we used certain words for everyday things. When I was ten and moved … Continue reading

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Becoming more tolerant individuals…

My journey and gathering memories continues┬ánow in Germany where I am until the end of July 2014. I will return to our little village of Schweindorf and visit with family and friends you may read about in my book A … Continue reading

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