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Linguistics Student Indonesia Founded in April 2015, Linguistics Student Indonesia starts as a personal blog and continues its journey and has expanded its wings to several platforms such as Instagram, Youtube, Anchor, Facebook, ResearchGate, and LinkedIn. Linguistics Student Indonesia is currently non-profit and represents its founder's personal brand. The idea of creating Linguistics Student Indonesia emanates when Suci Wulan Lestary as a Founder of this blog encounters a lot of difficulties in learning Linguistics as her specialty in college. So, she started to build Linguistics Student Indonesia while hopes that this platform could help to spread her values as a passionate individual who is attracted to linguistics as she took Indonesian Linguistics specialty as her major in college. Besides linguistics, she would also love to share her meaningful life experience. That's why the tagline: makes little things matter by learning through experience. *** Current Interest


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Hi, everyone! I know, I never post anything here and that's not good because what's the use of a blog if you didn't post anything on it, right? Today, I am trying to write down my random story here just to share what's currently happening to my life. I actually feel a little bit overwhelmed by handling a lot of things at this moment.

This week will be very hectic for me because I currently working on finishing my research deadline and this time I should give the result to my professor and presented it next month hopefully. So, through this post, I would say I am sorry to all of you who've been waiting for a new post from me in Linguistics Student Indonesia social media accounts and thank you very much for 900 followers on Instagram. You guys have been very loyal to stay with me the whole time.

I will be prioritizing to work on my research this whole month, so I think I won't really think about creating some content especially on Youtube & Instagram, but still, I will try to give you an update here. Anyway, I received a lot of questions from some of you asking, "What's Linguistics Student Indonesia actually? Are you focusing on linguistics?" 

Well, actually it's not always about linguistics because I intentionally gave it "Linguistics Student" name but it doesn't mean I will always sharing and talking about linguistics in my social media accounts, the reason I gave that name was that I am the Linguistics Student itself since I study linguistics at uni and when I have time to spare, I would love to discuss with you as well. I appreciated all of you who've been reached me back then to discuss. I am glad because, during my uni life, it's difficult for me to find people who really want to talk to me and discussing this field of study. 

I find a lot of difficulties while learning linguistics, so that's why I made all of these, and I hope it could help you if you're study the same major with me. Also, I want to share a kind of "a day in my life" to you that's why I try to create vlogs on Youtube. I was kind of inspired by Clara Tang. She's my favorite vlogger. She saved me from depression in studying, watching her vlogs could calm me down and stay focus. You need to check on her Instagram page too! (click here) It's very aesthetically pleasing!

I never thought before especially when I declared my major that linguistics will be hard like this. I find it's hard because this major is actually not really popular in our society. So when you want to discuss it, you'll find it's hard to get someone to discuss and learn together. My friends here tend to choose economy, law, information technology, or medical studies because they think it has a huge chance & great opportunity to get a job. 

Some of them kind of underestimate this linguistics field, but actually, if you're walking through this major you'll see how complex it is, it also serves you with fun new things to learn, and if you really study linguistics, you have those huge possibilities to join in any dream job you want in life because every job on earth involved a language on it. Besides it, I really enjoy learning linguistics, I would say it is my passion, so I was kind of trying to challenge myself to study new things. 

I challenged myself to write research using the ancient language as an object. Even if it's hard, but finally I reached the last part of it and I feel very accomplished because I am not just studying, but also create something new. I also think this research probably would be a legacy for the next other individuals who attract to study linguistics especially if they love ancient language and want to see how a manuscript is analyzed in a linguistics perspective. I also cannot wait to make it accessible to you so whether you study linguistics or not, you still can see how unique ancient language was. 

The last reason why I made Linguistics Student Indonesia is because I want to test my limit and breakthrough in using technology and I am glad to be living this greatest time of social media. Social media is what our ancestors didn't have, and I am thinking about how easy we could reach other people by just writing on a blog, or post something on Instagram. That's also why we meet here as the same individual who loves linguistics and could share the same interest in study language. I am glad to meet y'all! 

Another thing is if you ever wondered what language I learned specifically in uni, my answer would be my native language: Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia), and if you think that I study English Literature in uni, you're completely wrong. English was just the second language I learned from school. But I have a very deep connection with English since I was a kid, I've been struggling to speak English fluently all this time. I learned English since I was five and I still made mistakes until now, haha it possibly because I rarely practice. It's quite difficult to find a native speaker here, so I just learn it from Youtube. I tried to mimic every single native speaker on Youtube to teach myself spoken English. If you're interested in learning English through Youtube just like I do, I really recommend you to watch Marina Mogilko and Gary Vaynerchuck because they had very clear pronunciations. I recently set a goal for myself in practicing English because I really want to see a 'future me' that could read, write, and speak English very well. I usually spent 10 minutes to read random articles online, 10 minutes to speak to myself or mimic native speakers on Youtube, and 20 minutes to write a journal in English every single day. Those activities help me to improve my English skill and I really hope I can be fluent as soon as possible. I had a dream to visit the United States, that's why I'm really into American accent all my life.

Well, I think that's enough. Thanks for stopping by, have a great day!

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