Cool cucumber


Why brine?
Why pickles?

The only way is to get imbued with the language brine.

No gherkin has ever pickled by diving into the brine for a couple of hours a week and then spending the rest of the time in running water. We think it to be quite an apt analogy for learning languages. But our lazy side, craving for the comfort of the known will sooner or later start sabotaging such a learning process. To assist learners to “pickle through” there has to be a kind mentor by their side, a guide, an angel (which translates from Hebrew as a “messenger, envoy”). Therefore: “Brine Angels”. Spot on and with a fair share of good humor. Especially that such an unorthodox name could give rise to cool associations and metaphorical thinking.

There is no magic pill or method which would make you speak any new language bypassing the natural way (and given our human faculties, why speak any other way besides native – if we can?) You don’t have to be a linguist to understand that. Have you learned your native tongue already? How? And how long did it take you? So why do you think that a new language may be learned via some tricky ways which have little to do with

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