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Japanese Kanji Learning ShortCuts to Rapid Mastery Part 1 By: Stephen Munday
What? Kanji can be learned quickly? This seems an impossible dream to many students of Japanese who come from a non-kanji language culture. Even hiragana and katakana seem impossibly hard to the average beginner, so remembering kanji, with all their intricate strokes and multiple readings, can appear to be beyond ...
Using Audio Books for Learning English By: Paton Jackson
My children's knowledge of the English language is far better than their friends'. The only reason for it is the fact that they are using audio books for learning English. My elder son has just finishing listening to the last Harry Potter audio book. Of course he became a great ...
Whats the Strangest Thing Youve Ever Eaten By: Larry M Lynch
When I asked, ?Has anyone ever tried Saino??; having tasted this species of wild pig called Peccary in English and native to many of the jungles of South America, I did regain a little respect for my ?adventuresome? eating. But what brought the house down was my tale of breakfasts ...
GROUSE GROUSE GROUSE By: Ellis Seamone
I realize that we here in the United States consider ourselves at the top rung of the educational ladder, if only for the fact that so many foreign language students are breaking their necks to come here to both study and live English.But, on second glance, we should not ...
English as a Second Language By: John Davison
The English language is the most commonly spoken language on Earth, either by native speakers or by people who have learned it in addition to their first language. More and more people everyday have the desire to learn English as a second language. The type of people who wish to ...
Aphasia The Cruelest Language Barrier By: Gary Cordingley
Imagine the following scenario: You wake up one morning and instead of speaking English, everyone around you--including your family and friends--is speaking Hungarian. This is a problem because you don't speak Hungarian and you don't have a clue what they're saying. You become frustrated. The people around you become frustrated, ...
Preschool Spanish By: Bob Lasseter
Why an EarlyAGE 2nd Language?Research indicates that from ages 1 through 8 is the best time to introduce a new language to a child. If the 2nd language is introduced early in life children will learn it faster and retain it longer. Being exposed to a 2nd language offers numerous ...
Spains Other Languages By: Mike McDougall
Despite Castilian (Or Espa?ol) being the main language of Spain there are also a number of other languages spoken throughout Spain ? many are now recognised officially by the government and regulated by governing bodies to ensure that they remain a part of Spain's history and diversity.Euskara Batua (unified Basque)Definitely ...
How Many Chinese Characters Are There By: Rosie Wang
Let's trace the number of Chinese characters from Han Dynasty 汉朝 (206 B.C. to 220 A.D.)说文解字 (Shuwenjiezhi) - The first complete dictionary that listed all Chinese character was published in Han Dynasty 汉朝 at around 100 A.D. It was regarded as the the origin of Chinese characters. It included 9,353 ...
Language Acquisition vs Language Learning By: Julio Foppoli
According to linguists (i.e. scientits who engage in the scientific study of human language)there is an important distinction between language acquisition and language learning.As you may well have noticed, children acquire their mother tongue through interaction with their parents and the environment that sorrounds them. Their need to communicate paves ...
Learn the French Language By: John Davison
The French language is spoken by 130 million people around the world. The language is the native tongue in countries like France, Switzerland, Haiti, and parts of Canada. And many Americans in the states of Louisiana and Maine are native French speakers. French is also an official language of many ...
Brief Etymological Review of the English WordStock By: Linda Kate Correli
Etymologically the vocabulary of the English language is far from being homogenous. It consists of two layers - the native stock of words and the borrowed stock of words. Numerically the borrowed stock of words is considerably larger than the native stock of words.In ...
A Review of a Mexican Spanish Dictionary The Dictionary of Chicano Spanish By: Clint Tustison
As every Spanish translator knows, Spanish is a diverse language and can vary among speakers, depending on the region where it is spoken. There are many different regions in the world where Spanish is spoken and translators have to know how to deal with these regional varieties in their translations.For ...
Successfully Reduce and Eliminate Your Accent By: Patrick Bilson
I used to have an accent. I didn't mind the accent itself, what bothered me was constantly being judged by strangers. If you have an accent too, I'm sure you've noticed that you are being treated differently than your friends who are native English speakers. Anybody who judges people with ...
Learn Spanish in Barcelona By: Mike McDougall
Let's see shall we, night school in Bracknell or cultural immersion language course in cosmopolitan Barcelona? I'll give you a second to cogitate over that conundrum shall I? Ok it shouldn't be the hardest decision you'll ever have to make ? with opportunities to learn languages abroad becoming better and ...
Learn Korean Part 1 Asian Languages and Language Families By: Russell Holloway
So, you have always been fascinated by Asian culture have you? Maybe you are someone who loves the martial arts; kung fu, tae-kwon-do, or karate. Perhaps you are interested in the cool oriental stores and like to buy many things from them to decorate your house. Maybe ...
Easy Language Learning By: Frank Jones
Is learning a foreign language ever easy? Yes. If you are five and move to another country ...But what about for the rest of us who are no longer five, and need to be polite when travelling for business or for pleasure? I think that the answer is yes, language ...
The Silent Period of Second Language Acquisition Know This Before Frustration Takes Over By: Julio Foppoli
There are five different stages in the second language acquisition process:1) The Silent Period 2) The Early Production Period 3) The Speech Emergence Period 4) The Intermediate Production Period 5) The Advanced Production PeriodEven though there is wealth of research on these different stages, out of these five periods, probably the most misunderstood, ignored or ...
Learn Italian for Free By: Mindy Prian
Italian is one of the most widespread languages in the world, and speaking it can give you a tremendous sense of accomplishment, an edge in your career, and even a stronger bond with your ancestors if you are of Italian descent. There are many ways you can learn Italian, including ...
Mastering a Foreign Language How To Become A Brilliant Speaker Part 2 of 7 Become Like A Child By: Teresa Bolen
You've probably been told that the best time to learn a foreign language is when you're small child, and you may have even been told that learning a foreign language to a high level of mastery is impossible after a certain age. What you may not know is that it ...
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