Erin Johnson
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Erin Johnson

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Erin J. Johnson
Born 1990s.
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Daughter of and [private mother (1960s - unknown)]
Sister of [private brother (1990s - unknown)] and [private sister (1990s - unknown)]
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Biography

Hello everyone, I recently became interested in genealogy as it combines several of my interests: history, other cultures, and linguistics. I am working on a Spanish major and intend to work as a translator. I love working with children and would like to incorporate this into my future career. I would be happy to do what I can to help with translation, and am excited by this project.

Languages

Here are the languages I am studying and my levels of fluency. I think that every little bit helps so I never stop learning what I can. I was inspired to learn as many languages as possible after being able to translate for a Russian man in an emergency. I realized that you never know when you can help someone by knowing even a little of their language! If you need help translating something let me know and I'll be happy to try. :)

  • French: Fluent. I took classes from 8th grade through highschool and have continued to study on my own.
  • Haitian Creole: Beginner. I am self taught and can read it better than I can speak it due to its similarity to French.
  • Portuguese: Low intermediate. Self taught, also had exposure to the language as a child through a family friend from Brazil and from classmates from Brazil.
  • Spanish: Fluent. Self taught; I am currently working on a Spanish major and haven't taken the Spanish class portion yet. I have volunteered with organizations in my community that are predominantly Spanish speaking.
  • Italian: High intermediate, self taught.
  • Romainian: Beginner, self taught.
  • Russian: Intermediate. I took two semesters in college and am continuing to study on my own.
  • Ukrainian: Beginner, self taught.
  • Polish: Beginner, self taught.
  • Czech: Beginner, self taught.
  • Hungarian: Beginner, self taught.
  • German: Intermediate, mostly self taught. My mom has German heritage and taught me some German as a child. This is the first foreign language I learned.
  • Dutch: Low intermediate, self taught
  • Danish: Beginner, self taught
  • Swedish: Beginner, self taught
  • Norwegian: Beginner, self taught
  • Greek: Beginner, self taught
  • Armenian: Beginner, self taught. I have not learned to read in this language yet.
  • Turkish: Beginner, self taught.
  • Arabic: Beginner, self taught. I heard this language spoken often as a child because I had a lot of classmates from Arabic speaking countries. I have not learned to read in this language yet.
  • Amharic: Beginner, self taught. I have not learned to read in this language yet. My younger sister (adopted) took a DNA test and discovered that she has Ethiopian heritage, so I decided to learn the language.
  • Swahili: Beginner, self taught.
  • Hindi: Beginner, self taught. I have not learned to read in this language yet.
  • Indonesian: Beginner, self taught.
  • Korean: Beginner, self taught. I heard this language spoken often as a child because I had a lot of classmates from South Korea. I haven't learned to read in this language yet.
  • Japanese: Beginner, self taught.
  • Vietnamese: Beginner, self taught
  • Mandarin: Beginner, self taught. My aunt and cousin have Chinese heritage and I speak Mandarin with my cousin sometimes. I struggle with the tones and am working hard to learn how to read in this language.

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Erin, thank you for each of your more than 1000 contributions to our Shared Tree for the month of August 2019. All of your work makes our Tree all that much better.

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

PS: I wish I had your facility with languages!

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hi and thank you for your interest in the Russia Project.

You can learn about the project at its home page:

Russian Roots Project.

To join, post an answer to our G2G post:

https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/752320/do-you-have-russian-roots-join-the-russian-roots-project

and send a request to join our Google Group where we discuss project activity:

https://groups.google.com/d/forum/wtslavicroots

Please let us know if you have any questions!

SJ - Russia Project Leader

posted by SJ Baty
Hi Erin,

I saw your post here:

https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/896290/russian-hungarian

We would just love to have you as a member of the Russia Project:

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:Russian_Roots

please have a look and consider joining!

thanks,

SJ - Russia Project Leader

posted by SJ Baty
Hi Erin!

Thank you for your time and energy in creating over 1000 (actually, over 1500!) contributions to WikiTree for the month of July 2019. Your efforts are appreciated!

Pip Sheppard

WikiTree Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hello again Erin,

I'm glad that you are enjoying it here. I hope you grow to love it as much as I do! Your list of languages is impressive. You might be interested in putting Language Stickers on your profile. Once you get acclimated to WikiTree you can also add your name to the list of Language Volunteers.

Atenciosamente,

Mindy

posted by Mindy Silva
Hi Erin

Thanks for joining us! I hope you're enjoying our site and our community. I just wanted to check in and see how things are going. Have the New Member How-To pages been helpful or left you with questions?

It's great to have you on board. Enjoy your time here, and good luck growing your branches. If you need help just click on my name you'll be transferred to my profile where you can post a message or send me a private message.

Mindy ~ WikiTree Mentor

When our hearts turn to our ancestors, something changes inside us. We feel part of something greater than us. — Russell M Nelson

posted by Mindy Silva
Welcome Erin

I am pleased to confirm you as a full member, and welcome you to the WikiTree family, your contributions will go a long way to joining the world together.

I would suggest starting with the New Member How-To pages, they will save you a lot of time and frustration.

I am here to answer any question you have, no matter how trivial you may think it is. There is no such thing as a silly question. Please add as much information as you can, it all helps to turn a “name” back into a person. I hope you enjoy the site

Happy tree climbing

Karen ~ WikiTree Greeter

P.S. If links do not work in an email from WikiTree, try them from the comment section on your profile page.

Welcome

This is just a note to say hi and to let you know that I'm available to answer questions about joining WikiTree.

To contact me, click the link to my name, then send a private message or post a comment on my profile page.

Karen ~ WikiTree Greeter

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