Founder / Polyglot
Studying foreign languages has always been a pleasure of mine. My parents spoke multiple languages and immersed me in French and German even before I started school. But what fascinates me now is mastering language learning tools and sharing them with others.
Writer / Language app enthusiast
When I’m not writing about language learning, I study languages myself. Immersing in a new foreign language is just that rewarding. The key is to find what works for you. While I have my own preferences, I’m always eager to recommend what’s best for the reader.
Content Manager / Spanish nerdo
Language learning connected me with many people – from friends in Berlin to lovers in Paris and business partners in Hong Kong. I believe that anyone should get such opportunities, and sharing my knowledge in Lingomee is the best way to achieve this.
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