Bilingual struggles: How my family is catching on

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  1. Bilingual family here too. Our mother tongue is Dutch and no matter how many years you live abroad and speak another language, you cannot get rid of the accent. So I get this. We all do.

    If someone corrects my words spoken with a T instead of a soft D I ask them whether they truly do not understand me and whether they speak English.

    Speaking multiple languages is an asset to cherish. In time, kids will learn how much easier their foreign language experiences are.

    Cheers!