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5 Hacks For When You’re Totally Lost in a Spanish Conversation

5 Hacks For When You’re Totally Lost in a Spanish Conversation

As you practice speaking, listening, and having real-time Spanish conversations, don't fret if you start feeling lost. Get back on track with these tips from tutor Simion G.... Have you ever been chatting with someone in your non-native language, when suddenly you find yourself struggling to keep up? It happens to us all, from beginner language learners to fluent speakers and everyone in between. Even I, as a Spanish tutor, still have moments when I completely lose track of what is bei … Read More

5 Hacks For When You’re Totally Lost in a Spanish Conversation
As you practice speaking, listening, and having real-time Spanish conversations, don't fret if you start feeling lost. Get back on track with these tips from tutor Simion G.... Have you ever been chatting with someone in your non-native language, when suddenly you find yourself struggling to keep up? It happens to us all, from beginner language learners to fluent speakers and everyone in between. Even I, as a Spanish tutor, still have moments when I completely lose track of what is bei
French Grammar Rules: Passé Composé for Regular Verbs
Ready to try your hand at speaking about past events in French? Tutor Carol Beth L. shares the grammar you'll need to know... So perhaps you know now how to conjugate French verbs in the present tense. You can talk about things that are happening now. But what about what happened yesterday, last week, or last year? The basic past tense in French, also known as the passé composé, is used to talk about events in the past. It is aptly named because it is composed (composé) of two parts: the a
4 Ways Learning a Second Language Boosts Your Career
Want an easy way to boost your career? Learning a second language can be a fantastic way to get a leg up. Learn more in this guest post from our friends at Lingualia...   Finding employment in a struggling economy isn't always easy, especially if you are planning to move to another country or if you are simply looking for a new employer altogether. So, how do you improve your chances of getting the job? Learning a foreign language is highly recommended becasue of the benefits and a
Bonne Fête des Mères! French Vocabulary for Mother's Day
Here in the states, we celebrate Mother's Day on the second Sunday in May (psst that's May 10 this year!), but did you know that in France Mother's Day, known as la fête des mères, is celebrated either the last Sunday of May or the first Sunday in June? Despite the difference in timing, the French celebrate Mother's Day in many of the same ways we do, but with a few uniquely French touches. First things first, if you want to celebrate this holiday as the French do, you'll need to know a bit o
Spanish Vocabulary: Feelings and Emotions in Spanish
No matter which language you speak, emotions will always be an important part of human interactions. In this article, tutor Jason N. teaches you how to express your feelings and emotions in Spanish...   You've learned Spanish grammar rules, how to show comparisons, and perhaps some basic vocabulary. Next up: learning a broad spectrum of emotional language, which is key to expressing yourself fully in another language. Ideally, you can practice this over a long period of time if

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