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3 Key Word Pairs You MUST Memorize in Spanish

3 Key Word Pairs You MUST Memorize in Spanish

You've learned verb conjugations, memorized some basic vocabulary words, and have begun sneaking Spanish practice into your daily life. But before you move on: do you know the difference between ser and estar? There are a few key distinctions that you MUST know to speak well. Here, Fairfax, CA Spanish tutor Jason N. explains...   The Spanish language makes distinctions that do not exist in English. These differences can be especially confusing for native English-speaking when they … Read More

3 Key Word Pairs You MUST Memorize in Spanish
You've learned verb conjugations, memorized some basic vocabulary words, and have begun sneaking Spanish practice into your daily life. But before you move on: do you know the difference between ser and estar? There are a few key distinctions that you MUST know to speak well. Here, Fairfax, CA Spanish tutor Jason N. explains...   The Spanish language makes distinctions that do not exist in English. These differences can be especially confusing for native English-speaking when they
Learning French? 5 Ways a Tutor Can Help
Are you looking for a little help learning French? French tutor Carol Beth L. explains how tutoring can help... Learning French – or any new language – can be difficult, especially if you have little time or are not sure how to go about this gargantuan task. Hiring a tutor can help a lot in a number of ways, and can offer support in a variety of situations. Here are a few ways in which a tutor can help: 1) Pacing Suppose you do not have time to take a class and must study French on your own
50+ Fun Facts About Germany You Didn't Know
Are you planning a trip to Germany? Twenty-five million people visit Germany each year to explore its picturesque scenery, quaint towns, and delicious foods. From Berlin to Munich to Hamburg, there are a ton of German cities to explore. What’s more, Germany is home to some of the most spectacular celebrations and festivals, such as Oktoberfest and Carnival. There are so many fun facts about Germany that it’s hard to even count. So we’ve narrowed it down to 50+ fun facts about Germany t
Follow These Accounts: 10 Ways to Learn French on Instagram
Bonjour! French is such a beautiful language that it doesn't need accompanying pictures - except on Instagram. In this article, French teacher Annie A. shows you the best Instagram accounts to follow to practice your French... Instagram is a fun way to learn new words and expressions in any language. It's great because it doesn't require much time to view, and since it's designed specifically for your smartphone, it has enormous social appeal. I'd say it's one my favorite ways to learn Fr
Japanese Vocabulary: 10 Ways to Express Yourself
It's important to be able to express yourself in any language, and learning to express yourself in Japanese can help you communicate more effectively with native Japanese speakers. Here, Washington, DC language teacher Taro T. teaches you some words, phrases, and Japanese vocabulary to express your emotions...  Japanese culture is what anthropologist Edward T. Hall might call a high-context culture. In a high-context culture, you don't have to say much in order to be understood. When someone

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