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14 Tips for Learning Foreign Languages By: Esjay M
Depending on the language you want to learn there may be thousands of books, CD's or tools out there (if you're lucky) to help you learn the language. Don't run out and buy anything just yet.1. First you should do some research. Research the books, and materials best suited to ...
Learn Chinese Pronunciation the 8020 Guide Part 2 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.)Continued from ...
Teaching English in Greece What Do You Need to Know By: Emmanuel Mendonca
The employment situation can be quite uncertain for newcomers to Greece and therefore many people choose to try teaching English as a foreign language, on a full or part-time basis. It can bring in a good income whether it is your preferred career choice, or you wish to do it ...
Origins and History of the Spanish Language By: Elizabeth Miller
The Spanish language began when Southwestern Europe's first settlers, the Iberians of Libya, got together the Celts, the nomadic Aryan tribes who migrated from the north. Together they formed the Celtiberian race and spoke a form of Celtic. At that time Spain was known as the Iberian Peninsula.The Phoenicians of ...
Second Language Acquisition By: Julio Foppoli
As we saw in our previous mini-article, children acquire language through a subconscious process during which they are unaware of grammatical rules.Their interaction with the environment (i.e. primarily parents and people they have constant contact with) added to their innate capacity to acquire language results in a perfect or almost ...
Learning a Foreign Language Language Learning Software By: Pete Rumbles
You know the feeling ? you're visiting somewhere on business or for pleasure, the language being spoken all around you is not your native tongue, and you're feeling left out, even slightly confused. Oh, if only ? I could get into that conversation over there, share that joke, or even ...
Learn Spanish Finding that Horse By: Douglas Bower
What do we know so far? We found out that the best approach to language learning is to learn Spanish the very same way you learned your native tongue. Lots and lots of intensive listening without speaking comes first. This is how you learned your native language and this is ...
Extensive Reading Tips to Successful Language Learning By: Al Polonski
The time when a person has mastered his native language is both significant and sad. It's sad just because the person has stuck to this language's rules and logic. Hence, it becomes too difficult to learn any other language, even common ones. That's the permanent problem traditional ...
By Degrees The Different German Dialects By: Philip Nicosia
German is one of the most popular languages in the world. In fact, the Guinness Book of World Records has listed the German language as one of the three languages that are learned the most by people. It is also included in the ten most spoken languages in the world. ...
How to Take the Labour out of Language Learning By: Anne Taylor
Oh yes, it is possible. Let me show you some of the ways.First of all commit to enjoyment and make the decision that it's going to be fun. Look for ways of making it pleasurable. Tell people what a great time you are having. Believe it ...
Read Chinese Online How To Configure Your Computer To Display Chinese Characters By: Rosie Wang
To read Chinese Online is becoming easire these days.If you use the latest Internet Explorer (V4.0 or later) or Netscape Navigator (Version 4 or later), you don't have to install any special program to read Chinese characters because both of these browsers can support Chinese natively. The same is true ...
What is a Language Teacher By: Larry M Lynch
At a recent English Language Teaching or ELT conference, when I asked, ?What is a language teacher?? a cornucopia of responses ensued. Many were quite verbose, others shorter and simpler, many rambled. For both EFL teachers and ESL or foreign language students, the definition of a language teacher is useful ...
Learn Chinese Language Tips and Techniques By: Rosie Wang
There's no doubt learning any foreign language requires effort, time and commitment. This holds true even more, especially when there's a big difference between one's native tongue and learning a new language.On the other side, knowing the tips and techniques of learning a new language can make all the difference ...
Learning a Foreign Language the Ventriloquists Lesson By: Gabrielle Guichard
The main feature you have to master, in order to call yourself a ventriloquist, is to speak without moving your lips. It is not that difficult. There is a trick, of course. The sounds M, B and P make your lips move, as make the sounds V and F but ...
How to Use MindMaps in Language Learning By: Jon Lewis
Mind-maps are the creation of Tony Buzan, the memory expert. The basic principle is that the mind dislikes traditional, linear note taking and thus anything we write should start in the centre of the page with related ideas branching out in all directions. This tool has been successfully used by ...
Learn The Korean Language By: John Davison
The Korean language is spoken by more than 70 million people, primarily in North and South Korea. There are a number of native Korean language speakers in several countries, including the United States Australia, Canada, and Japan. The Korean language is made up of an alphabet of 28 characters that ...
Why Do You Learn Russian By: Al Polonski
For a friend of mine, Eric, it's not a hard question. 'Russian is a language of a 1/7 part of the world. Besides, I'm doing business there,' he says. After the USSR has been destroyed Eric has found the market of former Soviet Union countries a booming one for his ...
What Does an Interpreter Do By: Neil Payne
Many people get confused as to the difference between an interpreter and a translator. There is a common tendency to think translators interpreter, or that interpreters translate. In fact, the two are very separate jobs requiring different skills. To explain who and/or what an interpreter as opposed to a translator ...
How Chinese Characters Account for Short Sights By: Charley Pein
More and more Chinese men are getting short sights, there are already many. They generally got more school educations, which means, they have read many Chinese books. Do their short sights have some relations with the Chinese materials?Eyesight problems always come from the eyes' tiredness. And the Chinese characters are ...
Why Flash Cards are Better than Software for Language Learning By: Jon Lewis
You may be tempted to invest in some language-learning software that you have seen advertised. Don't be fooled by the advertiser's claims. All that glitters is not gold ? so it may have lots of fancy colours and use all the latest technology, but is it actually more effective than ...
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