Bilingual couples can grow closer by sharing their language and culture.
What’s more, their children benefit from advanced linguistic skills and sharper cultural sensitivity.
Language comes up, of course, but not nearly as often as you might think.
I’ve been wanting to write this post for a while, ever since I wrote this guest post on my friend Jocelyn’s blog (Speaking of China) about the benefits of being married to a non-native English speaker and publishing the author, Tracy’s, guest post about the 10 surprises about marrying someone who speaks a different language.
And intercultural relationships and marriages are on the rise in the UK.
Also, if you grew up in a different culture it will also hinder the relationship; not saying it won't work, but it may cause differences between you.Hungarian is a very colourful language,” says Zach.But not sharing a first language can come with its frustrations.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.All my relationships have been with guys who speak Spanish.The burning desire to be able to communicate with his family better is the only thing keeping me going through the hundreds of hours of self-study.