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Why Learn Languages By: Ron Tichenor
Why learn languages? Why would anyone want to learn someone else's language? Obviously, there are a lot of reasons, and if the question is on your mind, then you probably have a desire or need to learn a language yourself. The answer is often different for people. Put 10 random ...
Using DVD and Video in Your ESL Class Part One By: Keith Taylor
Have you ever wondered how to use movies in your ESL classes, without just sitting your students down in front of the screen, hitting 'Play' and sitting back to watch?Here are a few ideas to get you started, using very short movie extracts to present and practise new language and ...
Conquering Japanese Verb Myths Part 2 Verbs in Costume By: Minna Shiawase
Quick question: Is tabemasu a verb? If you said yes: congratulations - you're about to defeat your second myth of learning Japanese Verbs.I bet, if you're anything like me, you probably started out learning all kinds of Japanese 'verbs' like the above tabemasu.One of the first sentances I learned ...
Accelerate Your Language Learning Create Your Own Vocabulary Building Activities Part 1 By: Larry M Lynch
When English EFL, ESL or foreign language learning students ask you, ?Teacher, what can I do to learn more words faster?? Here's an answer that will serve you and them handsomely. Create your own TEFL vocabulary building games, activities and puzzles to boost your vocabulary in record time. Not sure ...
IELTS Examination Tip Timing Yourself By: Svend Nelson
While the IELTS Examination is carefully monitored by proctors, no one will tell you how to use the time you are allotted for each section of the test. Watch your watch, or the clock in the examination room, closely. The examiners time each portion of the test very strictly. It's ...
Understanding The Polish Language Interpreting Levels Of Formality Part 2 By: Martin Cheslak
On the other hand, when speaking to a friend, relative, or close acquaintance, the proper way to address them is in the second person. However, unlike in English, the person is already indicated in the verb, thus explicitly saying ty (you-sing.) or wy (you-pl.) is not common, unless you ...
Seven Free Online Resources for Learning Chinese Faster By: Kah Joon Liow
Are you learning Chinese?Chances are, you've already searched the internet for information that'll help you learn Chinese. And what do you find? Lots of sites offering free information on learning Chinese.I did an online search recently and realized that with all the information out there, it can be pretty confusing ...
How to Improve your Vocabulary in a Foreign Language By: Rana Sinha
Many people have difficulties in learning new words. Remembering them presents a bigger challenge. Vocabulary is practically useless unless the words learnt can be recalled and used. Here are some suggestions for learning new words and retaining them. These suggestions work for any language.The ability to organize ...
Fluency in Spanish in 2 Days or Less By: Frank Jones
Now I've got your attention with my catchy title. I must ask " Did you really believe this was possible? ". Surely not, but maybe you clicked on the link because you want to learn another language and don't really want to spend long doing it.Clearly, it isn't possible to ...
Effective IELTS Preparation Online What Should You Expect By: Svend Nelson
The IELTS exam is a difficult test but not an impossible one. It tests the English-language skills that students actually need to succeed in graduate programmes, and its assessments are rigorous and thorough.That said, IELTS also expects each of the four tasks ? listening, reading, writing and speaking ? to ...
Mexican Living Todays Obsession By: Douglas Bower
I would like to talk about one of my many obsessions: learning Spanish. I have been thinking about this lately mostly because I am under the impression that, though I've lived in Mexico for two years, my Spanish sucks in a major way.Both Mexicans and Gringos tell me that my ...
6 Ways of Forming Chinese Characters By: Kah Joon Liow
Did you know there are only 6 ways of forming Chinese characters?Yes, 6 kinds of Chinese characters make up the 50,000 Chinese characters in existence today.Amazing isn't it?It shows that there is a logical symbol system used to create Chinese characters. That they are not just made up of random ...
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