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Foreign Language ExperienceMotivations for learning a foreign language vary. I myself wanted to understand Spanish song lyrics which my brother had left behind when joining the army. I would strum his guitar, wondering what the song ?La Cucaracha? meant. Life took a curve; I studied French. Two and a half years later, still unable to translate Spanish sheet music, French remained a challenge. Conversational practice was nil; emotional reward was absent. French came in handy only years later, while making friends on trains in italy, greece, and germany, for talking of weather, food, music. Music was another ?language? which made life easier. I could hum Frank Sinatra songs like ?Strangers in the Night? and people would smile and we'd each sing in our own language. Music is great that way, not a foreign language at all. Next came Norwegian, to learn of family origins and Nordic roots. Motivations included speaking to Grandmother, who had sailed to the U.S. half a century earlier. During those five decades the language underwent change; the Norwegian I spoke had a different amount of Danish influences compared to her kind of Norwegian. In those short years, the language had evolved, and I'm not sure that she was pleased. Nevertheless, there have been