To Be Like Audrey Hepburn…

She spoke Dutch, French, Spanish and Italian fluently.

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  • http://laprochainefois.blogspot.com/ cathy

    self-esteem just dropped. a lot. but how can it not when you see someone like audrey hepburn?

    actually, i’m more inspired than discouraged by the video to study languages! thanks for sharing such a gem!
    .-= cathy´s last blog ..a search =-.

  • http://laprochainefois.blogspot.com cathy

    self-esteem just dropped. a lot. but how can it not when you see someone like audrey hepburn?

    actually, i’m more inspired than discouraged by the video to study languages! thanks for sharing such a gem!
    .-= cathy´s last blog ..a search =-.

  • http://ichestudiolangues.wordpress.com/ Jessica

    Wow! I knew that she could speak English and Dutch but I did not know about the other three! She is amazing. :)
    .-= Jessica´s last blog ..I’ve moved to ichestudiolangues.com =-.

  • http://ichestudiolangues.wordpress.com Jessica

    Wow! I knew that she could speak English and Dutch but I did not know about the other three! She is amazing. :)
    .-= Jessica´s last blog ..I’ve moved to ichestudiolangues.com =-.

  • http://www.prolificliving.com/blog Farnoosh

    Audrey Hepburn was one in a million. She was legendary in every way. I am not surprised she spoke all those languages fluently. She embodied beauty, style and a sense of world citizenship! Thank you for the video.

  • http://www.prolificliving.com/blog Farnoosh

    Audrey Hepburn was one in a million. She was legendary in every way. I am not surprised she spoke all those languages fluently. She embodied beauty, style and a sense of world citizenship! Thank you for the video.

  • Rhonda

    Question…would you say

    J’aime cette trousse violette-là.

    OR

    J’aime cette trousse-là violette.

    or neither???

  • Rhonda

    Question…would you say

    J’aime cette trousse violette-là.

    OR

    J’aime cette trousse-là violette.

    or neither???

  • http://www.american-in-france.com/ cynthia in chambery

    That was amazing to watch and a bit humbling. Do you know how she learned all of these and why she learned them? She must have been brilliant! Thanks for showing it. Cynthia
    .-= cynthia in chambery´s last blog ..Lyon, France: Artsy & Creative Lyon – Historic Cities of France =-.

  • http://www.american-in-france.com cynthia in chambery

    That was amazing to watch and a bit humbling. Do you know how she learned all of these and why she learned them? She must have been brilliant! Thanks for showing it. Cynthia
    .-= cynthia in chambery´s last blog ..Lyon, France: Artsy & Creative Lyon – Historic Cities of France =-.

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