Constraints and creativity

Kenneth TruemanGeneral1 Comment

Image credit: “So you have been studying <foreign language> ?” “Cool.” “Say something in <foreign language> then.” This type of exchange is usually followed by a blank stare by the person who is studying the foreign language. Silence—dead air—followed at best by an “Umm”, then an awkward and unconvincing, “Bonjour!” or “¡Hola!”. The same thing happens when you give a … Read More