Dani and Connor, hello! We think it's cool that you live near the Grand Canyon! Lulu and Roy haven't been there yet, but I have!
Do you like sushi?
Roy: My favorite one is maguro (slices of tuna). I like to go to the sushi shop!
Lulu: My favorite sushi is ikura (salmon eggs) and ika (squid) and natto (fermented soybeans) and egg...but mostly ikura! I love when the eggs go squish! I could eat it every breakfast and lunch and dinner for the rest of my life!
[Adam's note: We all love sushi, though I must admit I'm not as adventurous as the rest of my family. But I didn't start eating sushi at all until I was in college! As a child in a small town in the American Midwest, I just never had the chance!]
I am also curious to know if your dad cooks American dishes for you guys.
Lulu: Daddy can only make one thing: sandwiches.
Roy: But before when I was getting ready for soccer, he made me a little pizza, but with normal bread.
[Adam's note: It's true, I don't cook at all. When I was in my teens and 20s, I worked in several restaurants, including as a cook, and enjoyed it at the time...but I completely lost interest over the years. Before I got married, I could barely feed myself. ]
Thank you for your questions, and for your birthday wishes for Roy! He got a new soccer ball and we were kicking it around this afternoon! (Now I'm exhausted...)
Adam Beck is the founder of Bilingual Monkeys and The Bilingual Zoo, and the author of the popular non-fiction book Maximize Your Child's Bilingual Ability amzn.to/22XKuCt and the humorous novel How I Lost My Ear amzn.to/2EsjVRS, both available worldwide.
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Agnese: Thank you for the suggestion!
Jul 21, 2018 15:40:43 GMT 9
Mayken: My daughter met some inversed ML/ml kids today who live in our ml country. Their parents probably weren't thrilled they found n ML (for them) friend in their ml country. I'm sorry...a little bit.
Aug 7, 2018 2:07:34 GMT 9
Amy: Looks like the 3 weeks in ml1 country paid off: my ML mother reports my youngest would only speak ml1 to her! Lol Not sure ML childminder will be so happy when she returns... loool!
Aug 25, 2018 0:38:50 GMT 9
Mayken: Sounds like fun times ahead, Amy! Keep us posted.
Aug 27, 2018 23:15:08 GMT 9
Adam Beck: NEW! Something Strange Happened 2 Days After We Moved into Our New House (And Its Significance to Change and Transformation on the Bilingual Journey)buff.ly/2ww8WDD
Aug 31, 2018 10:30:39 GMT 9
Amy: Happiest bilingual mum in the world : the new lady who conducts activities in ml2 with my eldest just assessed her level as pretty much equivalent to that of a native ml2 child! After that awful back-to-school start, this is like music to my ears.
Sept 6, 2018 0:00:13 GMT 9
Wojtek: I've been thinking for a long time to write an update and hopefully, I will do it one day. My brother married a Russian woman. That was nice to see that my 5-year-old daughter could play with her and speak English together!
Sept 7, 2018 21:37:25 GMT 9
Wojtek: After some time, she ran up and told me: "She is speaking English!"
Sept 7, 2018 21:38:31 GMT 9
Adam Beck: Nice to hear your happy news, Wojtek! And congratulations to your brother and his bride! It sounds like they may have a bilingual child in their future, too! Cheers to you all!
Sept 7, 2018 21:58:17 GMT 9
Mayken: Victor's flashcards look amazing! I hope I'll win the giveaway - if not, I'll purchase a set for Christmas for sure. Thanks Adam for sharing these gems with us!
Sept 26, 2018 23:32:30 GMT 9
Marisa: Adam, I second Mayken's enthusiasm and gratitude for your posting about Victor's flashcards, they look amazing, thank you so much for the post! I already bought one set
Sept 30, 2018 10:25:51 GMT 9