9 Great Places to Practice a Language With Real People
What's the best way to become fluent in any language? By practicing with people who already speak it! In this article, you'll learn about 8 online communities you can join (for free) in order to improve your fluency and make friends along the way...
Ever try holding a conversation in a language you aren't comfortable speaking? Most of us would find that quite difficult. But here's something you should know: Having real conversations is the best way to practice a language.
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How to Use Tongue Twisters to Practice a Second Language
There's nothing like a good tongue twister to get your mouth moving! In this article, you'll learn how to use tongue twisters to improve your pronunciation in any language you're learning. This is brought to you by our friends at Magoosh...
Tongue twisters, as you probably know, are silly poems that use very similar sounds. Theyre especially popular with children. Famous American picture books, like Fox in Socks, delight kids with tongue twisters that are hard (but fun) to read out
6 Challenges & 4 Advantages Adults Have Learning Languages
It's never too late to learn a second language! Sure, kids may have those "spongy" brains... but the reality is, there are many advantages to learning a new language as an adult. Here, Spanish tutor Joan B. explains...
If you studied a language in middle school or high school, you might recall the days of memorizing verbs and vocabulary for your exams. Maybe you also recall learning with ease as you familiarized yourself with foreign sounds, words, and experiences.
As an adult,
Boost your Score with Expert SAT Tips
Are you stressing about the SATs? Although your score on this test is important, remember that a less-than-perfect score is not the end of the world. Plus, there are many resources available to help prepare you to do your very best.
Study these SAT tips from the Princeton Review, a leader in the test-prep field, to better understand how knowing the SAT format can help improve your score...
Know the order of difficulty.
SAT questions can be divided into three levels of difficulty: easy, me
16 Unexpected Things International Students Face
Here on the TakeLessons Blog, we've explored the best cities to visit in Spain, taken a foodie tour of Korea, and even learned about fun festivals like Germany's Oktoberfest.
But what about the unique experiences international exchange students have when they come here to the US? You might be surprised to hear the things that baffle everyone else.
Curious? We were too, so when we came across an article over on the StudentUniverse blog sharing these revelations from an international exc