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Six Keys to Help You Learn Spanish Online By: Patrick Jackson
This article consists of six tips to help you learn Spanish online. If you follow these six tips, you can be sure that you will learn to speak Spanish online much easier.Key Numero Uno to Learn Spanish Online:"Stay motivated"I think everyone that studies a foreign language will experience a ...
Learn Spanish The Cart BEFORE the Horse By: Douglas Bower
This article is about language learning methods. You may be thinking,"Why isn't he talking about motivation first?"The reasons I am starting with methodology first is that the wrong method of learning a second language is the biggest killer of motivation I can possibly conceive.I hear this all the time from ...
Break Through Your Personal Spot By: Al Polonski
When a child comes to life he has chances to master a universe of cultures and languages. However, it's not up to the kid. It will be bound with the place it was born. One place to live - one language to speak. That's not a rule, of course, but ...
IELTS Listening Test Skills By: Svend Nelson
The real purpose of the IELTS Listening test is to determine a candidate's preparedness to deal with actual situations in the study-abroad contexts that require accurate hearing of English. Accordingly, the test is in four sections, all of which represent actual kinds of conversation, public speech, and lectures that a ...
The History of the Flower Language By: William Berg
Attributing flowers with hidden meanings and using them to express feelings and sending messages is an ancient tradition and even the old Greeks used flowers in this manner. Cleopatra used to shower her lover Marcus Antonius in rose petals to express her love for him. During the 17th century B.C. ...
The I Ching One Of The Worlds Most Important Books By: Sacha Tarkovsky
The I Ching is the oldest known classic Chinese text and is one of the most important philosphical books of all time and one of the most popular having been read by billion of peopleWhy is the book so important? Simply, it helps us understand ourselves better and derive more ...
Bridging the Language Gap Using Bilingual Picture Books By: Dawn Jeffers
There are more than 39 million Hispanics live in the United States making it the fifth largest Spanish-speaking nation in the world. It is estimated that within five years, only Mexico will have more Spanish-speakers than the U.S. Schools are offering bilingual courses and fully integrated bilingual curriculum. ...
In Japan Do You Know Japanese By: Tisho Mettarod
Japan really seems to be a foreign culture to our Western minds. You may think you don't know much about Japan, but in the past few decades there has been increased communication with our neighbor in the Far East. Our great grandparents probably didn't know nearly as much about Japan ...
All About FrenchSpeaking Countries By: Philip Nicosia
The French Language.Roughly around 200 million people around the world speak French. This number includes people who speak French as a native language, as a second language and students of all ages who do not live in a francophone (French-speaking) country but have learned French. In fact French as a ...
How to Evaluate Foreign Language Courses By: Carol Thompson
The internet is full of a wide variety of Spanish language courses and the decision of which one to purchase can be overwhelming. Do you follow the traditional paths and go with Pimsleur, Berlitz or Rosetta Stone? All are great products, but they carry a pretty hefty price tag. What's ...
Lost in the Translation By: John Dee
I have to write about this one, and I hope I'm right. Right!? The English language is difficult to right. Often times it's difficult to right a wrong. Interesting question; how may rights are there in the English language? After you have red this post, I'm sure you will ...
Three Mistakes Foreign Language Teachers Make That Cause Learners to Fail By: Larry M Lynch
Are you guilty of any of these erroneous practices in ELT or language teaching? Any one of them can easily derail the students? efforts in language acquisition and learning or cause them grave problems. So, review these areas, make any needed adjustments to your teaching practice. Don't you be a ...
Dont Take The Romaji ShortCut When Learning Japanese By: Stephen Munday
This is an issue many Japanese learners come up against, particularly if they live outside Japan. After all, If you are not in the country, it seems difficult to justify the huge amount of time that learning Japanese characters seems to require.So what are the problems in using Romaji (Roman ...
How To Learn Spanish Quickly and Easily By: Mark Eastwood
Spanish is a very useful language to learn as it is the world's second most popular language.Outside of the popular coastal tourist resorts a basic knowledge of Spanish is invaluable. Even in the tourist resorts you will find the Spanish will not go out of their way to speak English ...
Learn German Four Unusual Strategies By: Steve Kurtinski
Picture Dictionaries Picture Dictionaries are books that differ significantly from what you would expect from a regular dictionary. They are made up of different themes - such as "At the airport" or "in the supermarket". They will show many pictures - mostly things and situations that fit this specific theme ...
The Push to Learn Chinese in Our Schools By: David Snape
Recently, a trend has developed in high schools and communities around the United States. Many people want to or are now learning the Chinese language. This could be a good turn of events, but it can also be problematic. This is particularly so for those who know nothing ...
Learning a Language Make It Real and Youll Never Forget It By: Larry M Lynch
Sniffing, then squinting and holding up a Kiwi fruit a Chinese student muttered something I wasn't sure I wanted to have translated. A classmate from Brazil leaned over, pointing to a photo in a picture dictionary. Two Korean ladies giggled, their hands covering their mouths.The lesson on food was bombing ...
France Travel Coming Up Two Ways to Brush Up Those French Language Skills By: Walt Ballenberger
Many people with France travel on their agenda would like to brush up on their French language skills before their trip. Make no mistake, learning a foreign language is very difficult. However, if you studied the French language in high school or college you might be able to put ...
To Translate or Not to Translate What is the Question By: Larry M Lynch
For me - there's no question.Sooner or later as teachers of English as a Foreign Language, the question arises; ?Do I need to translate my resume into Spanish?? After more than 20 years in the business the question still comes up occasionally even for me. Invariably you'll need to send ...
Learning a Foreign Language Learn from the Blind By: Gabrielle Guichard
In a previous article, you read that to establih your own lists was the best way to learn vocabulary as fast as possible. Let's study what an effective list looks like. Among prejudices about languages, there is the following: you need to establish huge lists in order to acquire as ...
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