After reading your blog about Belgium, I’m kind of curious about the languages of Belgium. Why don’t they speak Belgian? How can the people of each area communicate if they speak different languages? Most of all, your major is economics, how is traveling in Europe going to help you succeed in this major? It would be interesting to read a blog about France. Thank you Hung Nguyen
I’m not sure about Europe, but I would like to visit Korea and meet Taeyang. I’m interested in eating and sleeping and getting fat and being lazy, and I also enjoy fangirling and watching K-dramas. I don’t know much about Belgium, but I know they have amazing chocolate. I also heard that people speak 3 languages there. Please tell us more about the food we’re very interested in that. Sincerely Christine Huynh
I’m Annie, from Ms. Talent’s Language Arts class. I’m 13 years old, and I really enjoyed your post about Belgium, especially the food part. Living in Belgium seems pretty interesting with all the things you see everyday. Europe is a really fun continent to study and learn from. I hope I learn more from your blog for the next 10 weeks!
I’ve heard about Belgium before and learned a lot about it last year. It’s very interesting. But there is still more to learn! I wonder how long it took to get there? Is Belgium a rich country? Why is Belgium always famous for its desserts? Are they paying you to study in Belgium? What is the most common language that they speak in Belgium? After reading your blog about Belgium I did find out some new things. They have both a prime minister and a king of Belgium. From Illana Morales