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Learn Your Family Language to Connect With Your Roots By: Ron Tichenor
There are lots of reasons why people learn a foreign language - love, business, travel, hobby, necesity etc., but one reason that seems to pop up more and more is to connect with their roots. Many learn in order to speak with or write to relatives still using the language, ...
Do This and You Can Cause Your EFL or Foreign Language Students Serious Problems By: Larry M Lynch
As language teaching professionals, we're constantly on the look for ways, tips and techniques to improve our craft and our teaching. Here are two notorious areas where teachers may fall prey to practices which can actually have a highly negative impact on the learners? language learning and acquisition and cause ...
Bogged Down Mastering Foreign Languages Easiest Way to Learning Languages is Mind Mapping By: Vj Mariaraj
With the unstoppable globalization of economy, careers and culture are breaking barriers and making a borderless world. Nowhere is this more apparent than in careers. Internet has literally become the window to the world. As information and opportunities abound, the choice in careers is no longer limited ...
Tips and Suggestions on How to Learn a Foreign Language By: Annalaura Brown
Some Absolutes:1. Foreign Language courses are not like other courses you must never procrastinate. Procrastination=failure in foreign language courses. Therefore you must spend a minimum of 15 minutes each day and a minimum of 3 hours a week. And additional time whenever possible. However, you should never spend ...
Where is the Chinese Alphabet By: Kah Joon Liow
In any single month, more than 10,000 people search for the ?Chinese alphabet? on the internet.Question is:Does the Chinese language have an alphabet?If so, where is it?Why don't I 'see? it?To answer the above questions, let's look at how Chinese writing evolved over the ages.At the beginning, societies created symbols ...
Learn Spanish Language Schools By: Douglas Bower
If you are interested in studying Spanish in Mexico I strongly urge you to have comIf you are interested in studying Spanish in Mexico I strongly urge you to have completed at least The Learnables and Pimsleur Spanish before coming.In fact, the more preparation BEFORE coming to a language school, ...
The Importance Of The English Language By: Raghu Sundaram
Frankly speaking, it is highly essential to know the language for communication. In general, the most popular language is English. In this computer age, English is the only language that any one can understand. So to say, it has become as an ideal language for expressing our feelings. ...
Runes The Origin and Purpose Behind the Ancient Symbols and Alphabet By: Robert Benjamin
Ask six rune experts 'Where did the runes originate from?' and you will probably get 6 different answers. There are different versions of runes for each culture and era they seemed to come from. One person told me they came from the vikings, another said they originated from the ...
The Secret Lanuage of Women By: Kenneth C Hoffman
It's quiet in the house as I sit down to an early breakfast watching the TV news, a favorite book readied by me side for the commercials. A faint noise from above and a slithery sound on the stairs sibnals the premature arrival of my spouse, ready to ...
The Surprising Origin of THE F Word By: John Anderson
I do not use THE F word. I'm not a prude, but I consider it to be as offensive to be the user as it is to anyone who has to hear it. I imagine these feelings are a reflection of my upbringing. I didn't like the taste of soap, ...
3 Most Common Wrong Opinions about Translators By: Alexandra Gamanenko
#1 There is such profession as "translator"Translators are those who ? yes, translate. Books for kids and contracts, poetry and program interfaces, politicians' speeches and love stories, scientific articles, sermons, Web content, as well as much, much more completely different texts. That is why there is no such thing as ...
Read This Article If You Want To Learn A Foreign Language By: Larry M Lynch
By learning a foreign language you will open many new vistas in your life. You will pave the way for new friends, travel at a level not experienced by those who are simply 'tourists? are will have an essential key to enter another culture to whatever depth your time and ...
Compelling Reasons to Study Spanish By: Julio Foppoli
Today I would like to write about a recurrent question I get in my website from many different users worldwide. They hear time and again of the importance of speaking Spanish fluently to be prepared. What they should they be prepared for? Many already know the answer to this, namely ...
Terrestrial Translator By: Allan Price
Star Trek has a wonderful device called the universal translator. It translates spoken and written alien languages into English, and would probably translate different human languages, if there were more than one in that specifically created future. Though it doesn't know how to translate isolated foreign words like Russian or ...
Why Women are Better than Men at Learning Languages By: Jon Lewis
What's the key to success in learning a foreign language? Surely it's a genuine desire to communicate with other people. I can't think of another valid reason. That's why in general women are better than men at learning languages. If you're a man and you want to learn a language, ...
Learn Korean Part 2 Social Status in Culture By: Russell Holloway
Part 1 of this series covered the language and language families in general for the Asian languages. Part 2 will cover the social conduct that is seen throughout Asian countries.To begin, the social structure in Asia, and especially East Asian countries, stems from Taoism and Confucianism philosophies. Confucianism Confucianism ...
True Confessions of an ESL Teacher By: Douglas Bower
I was once an ESL teacher?for one day. That's right, I taught English as a Second Language for exactly one day. The story behind this is not as strange as it may appear. It started when my wife, who was teaching a class too large and too mixed with different ...
Uncommon Facts Rules of English Language By: Syed Feroz Zainvi
English is an international language. It has so many grammar rules and each rule with many exceptions. Usually, we write English without paying much attention to these rules and exceptions. But, its good to know as much as grammar as possible especially the exceptions. In this article, I am mentioning ...
Reading in Russian Some Tips to Help You Read Correctly By: Alexandra Gamanenko
When we are learning any foreign language, we are bound to compare it with our mother tongue (let's assume that yours is English).Learning Russian has already brought you pleasant surprises -- for example, remember the moment when you found out that spelling in Russian is much simpler than in English? ...
The Big Mistake to Avoid if You Want to Learn a Foreign Language By: Jon Lewis
Want to know what's holding you back from learning a foreign language? It's the one thing that children NEVER do when learning their mother tongue. You were a child once, and you learned to speak your first language without ever making this mistake. But adults just can't stop themselves from ...
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