March 29, 2016 1:44 pm
Living in a foreign country without being fluent in its language can be quite frustrating itself, but surely things get much more complicated when it comes to starting a relationship with someone whose mother tongue is not the same as yours. While some people believe this is the best and fastest way to learn a language quickly (and, of course, it does help), there will inevitably be misunderstandings and communication issues that might be very discouraging on occasions.
In order to overcome those obstacles, The Guardian published some useful tips to maintain a stable relationship where linguistics barriers and cultural clashes can become self-enrichment opportunities.
Written by Silvia Morani
Communication Trainee at TermCoord
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