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Choosing a Spanish Translation Provider By: Exequiela Goldini
Why a Spanish Translation? Over 350 million people in the world speak Spanish as their first language. If we include the number of people who are fluent in Spanish as a second language, the total number of Spanish speakers in the world is well over 400 million people. The Hispanic ...
A French Teachers Memories The Dog Ate It By: Gabrielle Guichard
Any teacher happens to hear: "Sure, I did the exercises, but my dog ate them". Statistically, any dog is fed by paper and ink every other day. Dogs do not eat French exercises and essays only. They also like Maths. They devour English. They nibble at Geography. They chew History. ...
Understanding Russian Idioms Lets Use Imagination By: Al Polonski
Definitely, the most complicated and terrible thing for students of foreign languages is foreign idioms. Those odd and often senseless sequences of words that mean something for native speakers can stun any foreigner that just knows usual meaning of words. However, when you study language, always comes a time when ...
The deEvolution of the English Language By: Ian Lahey
Never before in history has a single language been as widely used as English. The number of English users in Asia alone is more or less equal to the number of Native English speakers worldwide: 350 million, more or less the combined populations of the United States, Britain and Canada.The ...
Think its not Worth Your Time Learn Spanish Think Again By: Janelle Romriell
As national debate continues on whether or not Spanish should become our second national language, common sense tells us that it is certainly worthwhile to become at least somewhat fluent in the second most popular language on the continent. First, take a look at these figures:● The most recent census ...
If You Think English is Difficult Try Mandarin Part 2 By: Larry M Lynch
Several factors make learning Chinese a considerably more formidable task than learning another Germanic or Romance languages. Studying a foreign language is an excellent way for English and other language teachers to improve their own teaching. It also forces you into the role of a student so you can experience ...
Teaching the Latin Language in High School By: John Davison
Latin was the language of the Roman Empire. All of the Romance languages, including French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian, are directly descended from this native tongue. Our own English language is heavily influenced by roots from the Latin Language (as many as 80 percent of our language can be traced ...
Practicing English Abroad Without Having to Pay By: Hugh OConnell
Whenever the advantages of earning an advanced degree in an English-speaking country are mentioned, ?improving my English skills? and ?practicing my English? always rank high among them. But, as the experience of many a foreign student has shown, practicing ? let alone improving ? your English is, as the English ...
Finding the Best Translation Service By: Neil Payne
As the world grows smaller; people travel across the globe more frequently and more business is done internationally, translation services are increasingly in demand. A translation service can now be needed for anything from the translation of an education certificate to translating a website. Due to the demand there are ...
Learn Spanish The Cart By: Douglas Bower
Spanish ClassesIf you successfully completed at least The Learnables and The Pimsleur Spanish courses then you are ready for the formal study of Spanish?grammar. I cannot emphasize enough that if at all possible you also complete the course work that the company Bilingual America offers as well.I know that this ...
Learning Foreign Languages Online By: Philip Nicosia
In today's competitive and evolving world, the importance of education has never been more important. People are now more aware of the continuing need to improve one's self through adult learning. Due to factors such as time constraint, e-learning has quickly emerged as an alternative means of continuing education.As globalization ...
How to Learn a Foreign Language By: Jon Lewis
Do you want to learn a foreign language? Have you already spent a huge amount of time and money on classes, books, audio courses and CD-ROMs to no avail? You are not alone. Every year, millions of people get disillusioned with their progress after starting with plenty of enthusiasm. Do ...
If You Think English is Difficult Try Mandarin Part 1 By: Larry M Lynch
Several factors make learning Chinese a considerably more formidable task than learning another Germanic or Romance languages. Studying a foreign language is an excellent way for English and other language teachers to improve their own teaching. It also forces you into the role of a student so you can experience ...
Learn Chinese Pronunciation the 8020 Guide Part 1 By: Kah Joon Liow
"I want to learn Chinese but just give me the basics!"That's what this Chinese pronunciation guide is all about. It's all that you need to know about the pinyin system of Chinese pronunciation to get by.The 80% that's important. (Spend 20% of time to learn the 80% that's important.)To speak ...
You Say ToMahTo I Say Hueytecuilhuitontli By: Peter Blinn
Specialists tell us there are somewhere in the neighborhood of 6000 languages currently being spoken, which spring from at least 200 families. A reliable source cites the five most widely spoken in descending order, with millions in parentheses, as: Mandarin Chinese (1120), English (480), Spanish (320), Russian (285), and French ...
The Nature of Language By: Christopher Haan
I have come to the conclusion that cyberspeak is an enjoyable language. It allows one to break the rules of grammar and punctuation without penalty. Language, especially English, has always been an organic substance. In other words, the diction, syntax and rules of any natural mode of communication, such as ...
Nice Twist By: J Square Humboldt
The legendary George Carlin made a career out of calling attention to the difference between how words and phrases are perceived as opposed to what they're 'actually' saying ...He would ask wonderfully rhetorical questions, my favorite of which was this:- Would you really get on a non-stop flight?And yet, that ...
Curious Sayings and Humorous English Expressions of the Pennsylvania Dutch By: Larry M Lynch
English as a World LanguageEnglish, with its growing number of varieties, pidgins and inflections, is now firmly established as a world language. It is currently spoken as a second or foreign language by more speakers than those who call it their first language. Now there are more than three non-native ...
Learning English By: Hugh OConnell
Many people consider it one of globalisation's greatest inequities that English, one of the world's hardest languages, has become the international one. Few languages of any type have a grammar as complicated as English's, and English ? which, like so many of the world's other languages, stems from a number ...
Teach English in Colombia Grappling with Grammar Gold Guns and Guayaba By: Larry M Lynch
Americans avoid Colombia for good reasons. A virtual civil war has been waged for nearly 40 years. Rates of crime and violence are among the world's highest. And then there's the "drug problem." Why would anyone consider coming here to teach English?"I came because a friend who was working in ...
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