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Understanding the Italian Language By: John Dulaney
Brief History of the Italian LanguageDocuments dating as far back as the 10th century were written in Italian, although it is believed that some form of Italian language was used in the 8th century by people who did not understand Latin. Traders and clergy might have used this language to ...
Dutch Progression The Changes in the Dutch Language in the 20th Century By: Philip Nicosia
The Dutch language is spoken by more than 22 million people, most of them in countries like the Netherlands and Belgium. Given this statistic, Dutch can be considered as one of the more popular languages in Europe.Before the 17th century the Dutch language was not yet standardized. There were many ...
Teaching English in Mexico A Decent Living By: Douglas Bower
What's more disappointing than a person who makes a promise he can't keep? A person who makes a promise that is a lie. Many promises to make a "decent living" teaching English in Mexico are just that?a lie.If you do a phrase search on Google, "teach English in Mexico," you ...
Authentic VS Graded Material in Second Languages By: Julio Foppoli
As you all know, the main difference between authentic vs. graded materials is that in the latter, the materials almost always revolve around a particular structure that is presented to the student. For example, if the tense being presented is, say, ?The Past Tense,? every single speaker in the dialogs ...
How to Score High on English TOEIC TOEFL IELTS Cambridge Tests By: Ross Mcbride
Score HIGH on NEW English TestsWhy international students fail English testsStudents fail because they do not understand the test requirements.Students fail because they underestimate the large volume of work necessary to pass.Students fail because they have limited English vocabulary.Students fail because some English skills are not practiced.Students fail because they ...
Reasons to Learn and be Proficient in Spanish By: James Hunt
So you're thinking of learning a new language. Good for you! Being proficient in more than one language is quite an accomplishment. If you're interested in learning something new, but aren't quite sure which language to take up, you might want to consider Spanish.Why Spanish? There are plenty of reasons. ...
Translate Me Please By: Irina Chernoff
This article is for those who plan their visit to Russia. Let's talk about interpreters today.If your future bride graduated from the Institute of foreign languages and can speak 2-3 languages fluently, then, obviously, you don't need an interpreter. In all other case sooner or later you will have to ...
7 Words Americans Should Stop Using Until Further Investigation By: Michael Bresciani
Relationship: Here is a word that is used to qualify, justify and honey coat just about every nefarious, sleazy or reprehensible union between almost anybody and anything. Recently on an edition of the Jerry Springer show a guest was about to be interviewed who was getting it on with a ...
ESL RolePlay By: George Stocker
Learning a language is a complex and long process as anyone who has tried will agree. One of the most difficult and frustrating things is making the transition from the classroom to the 'real' world. In the classroom, everyone knows you are a ...
How to Choose a Bilingual Dictionary By: Jon Lewis
If you are learning a language, you will sooner or later decide to get rid of the dog-eared, fifty-year-old dictionary that your aunt used when she was at school and buy yourself something a little more up-to-date. But when you arrive at your favourite bookstore, you are amazed to see ...
Learning a Language What Makes Listening Difficult By: Larry M Lynch
Of the four basic English language skills, reading, writing, speaking and listening, the most difficult to acquire is listening comprehension. It is also the one skill which cannot be 'taught?.In evaluations that university English and foreign language institute EFL students must take at least three times a semester, the area ...
Pronunciation vs Katakana By: Scott Brady
As a native English speaker hearing non-natives (especially Asians) trying to speak the English language I sometimes can't help but chuckle, or cry, over the way they slaughter the words. As I presently reside in Japan and understand the Japanese writing system I have come to understand, in one word, ...
Creative Use of Your Computer Can Make Language Learning Easier By: Kathy Steinemann
Your computer can be used as a creative tool in your quest to learn a foreign language. Some innovative ideas can turn your language education into an entertaining, truly memorable experience.* Audio ModificationMany companies produce software packages that enable you to transform your voice (or someone else's). You can make ...
American English Listen and Learn Essential Differences By: Frank Gerace
The voiced and unvoiced consonants In this section we will try to clarify the difference between the voiced consonants and the unvoiced consonants.If you want to master English pronunciation you have to able to distinguish between these two types of consonants. This is necessary for you to learn the ...
Learn English Laughing By: Frank Gerace
Humor is important in learning a language. Not only does it enable the student to learn new vocabulary in context but it also is a motivating force. The student begins to feel like she is in the world of the new language. Puns are especially valuable because they stress meaning. ...
Language of the Lens By: Bronwen Roberts
Paris the most beautiful city in the world, was captured and frozen in time by the great master of photojournalism, Henri Cartier-Bresson, who brought beauty and a new dimension to an ordinary street scene. Photography, he once wrote is a spontaneous impulse which comes from perpetually looking, and which seizes ...
Teaching ESL to Children By: George Stocker
Teaching ESL to children is challenging but also very rewarding. Before I walk into a class of 10-year olds, I take a deep breath. Children have no attention span AT ALL, and so I tell myself to slow right down before I start. Teaching children requires ...
Learning French in Paris By: Sourav Choudhury
Nothing can be more frustrating than to be in France and not been able to speak their language. For, I remember the days when I was among people chanting around in a language totally alien to me, and me, trying to bring a smile in my face while shaking my ...
Translation Services The Essential Element of Global Business By: Gary Preston
As globalisation alters the way business is conducted, the accurate communication of information across languages takes on an increasing importance. When a foreign client or customer's impression of you is solely dependent upon your company's literature, it is critical that this literature is as well written in their native language ...
How to Gain Instant Rapport With Language By: Adam Eason
I went to the theatre at the weekend to watch a stage version of a favourite film of mine. The film is called 'East is East' and is nothing short of hilarious throughout. The stage show is wonderful too.The idea behind the film is about a mixed race family where ...
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