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I Tried a Zoom Course

And I don’t know what’s the big deal about it

Yes, I know I’m totally late in the game, but I’m participating in an online course of French for beginners. It’s cool; the mentor is professional, other participants are lovely to work with, and after a month into it, I think we are starting to develop some of that constructive chemistry that every such program needs.

I love it.

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Marjan Krebelj

Marjan Krebelj

Once an architect, now a freelance filmmaker/photographer with a small vegetable garden on the side. I run marathons too.

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