I love languages and grammar. Studying grammar is like detective work to me – to dig into how a language is built, discover new exciting details bit by bit and get a broader understanding of how and why you use a language in certain manners.
I’ve studied German, French, Italian, English and some Russian, but language skills need to be maintained to stay alive, and sadly I haven’t been able to keep up my skills in all these languages. When I get the time I’ll study them again!
However, today I’m happy to be competent in Swedish, English and Italian. Currently I'm working on my Italian skills to become as fluent as possible.