When I look back at my experience with acquiring English language, I don’t really consider it a second language as much as another first language. I started acquiring it along with Arabic. I was born a twin, to a mother … Continue reading Second Language Learning Experience
The title is a line from the song Crabsody in Blue by AC/DC. The beauty of this picture is that you can’t tell if the white belt in the back is mountain, waves or clouds… I even can’t decide what … Continue reading “They got the blues. You give them the blues”
The title is a line from the song “Down by the Seaside” by Led Zeppelin I am still experimenting with colors other than blues and greens. Obviously I am still greatly attached to the shades of blue. It’s just so … Continue reading “& show your love for Lady Nature & she will come back again”
1. Introduction: The critical period hypothesis (CPH) claims that once humans hit puberty, then start learning a second language, the process becomes more difficult. It says that the younger people learn a language, the better they master it in across … Continue reading CPH & The Ultimate Phonological Attainment of ESL Learners
A throwback to Fall 2013. Photos are raw. No filter is applied. Camera used: HTC Phone. This was my second date with David! Continue reading A visit to Ocean Beach, San Francisco!
Dear Orient, When you, dear Oriental, decide to have children, and bring them to this beautiful world, you must contemplate very carefully that you’ll end up with duties to deliver toward your child. You will also have to teach your … Continue reading A message to the orient – Prat 1
The title is a line from the song Reservoir by Grasscut Here my very first abstract nature painting. You can see a field or a water body. Whichever. Enjoy! Continue reading “Sink down. To the bottom.”