If you have any involvement with the wide umbrella of modern paganism, then today, Samhain, the most popular term for the 31st of October, is supposed to be kind of a big deal. For that matter, Halloween in general is kind of a big deal in anglophone countr...
1. Oh, I know what'll be fun! I'll play with DuoLinguo!
2. Heh, I'm acing this.
3. "Pourqoui crackle-crackle-hiss le garçon ?"
4. What? Huh? Why does the boy cost what??
5. Gives up in disgust.
It's valuable practice for being able to understand people over the phone, I suppose, but surely that's not the point?
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