Interestingly, those who have put themselves in the “untalented with foreign languages” category or who for some reason feel that’s where they belong don’t usually have any difficulty expressing themselves in their native tongue. In that regard, their language acquisition skills seem to be on par with those in the so-called “talented” camp, because learning a language doesn’t call for any special skills. Being human is the only basic requirement.
There were 5 candidates competing and at the end there were 2 students who received a scholarship, Brisa Wattleworth and Asher Heckman. Brisa is studying to be a medical examiner, while Asher, an Eagle Scout, will be studying welding at TCC.