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How Often Should You Practice Spanish To Really Improve?

How Often Should You Practice Spanish To Really Improve?

Not sure if you're practicing Spanish enough to reach your goals? Make sure you're getting enough practice time with these tips from Spanish teacher Emmanuel N... The fastest way to learn Spanish is to practice and use the language as much as possible. Think about it, kids go to school five days a week from kindergarten to high school, and they use English constantly. They read, write, and learn new words and vocabulary. In order to learn a new language, you have to practice speaking, w … Read More

How Often Should You Practice Spanish To Really Improve?
Not sure if you're practicing Spanish enough to reach your goals? Make sure you're getting enough practice time with these tips from Spanish teacher Emmanuel N... The fastest way to learn Spanish is to practice and use the language as much as possible. Think about it, kids go to school five days a week from kindergarten to high school, and they use English constantly. They read, write, and learn new words and vocabulary. In order to learn a new language, you have to practice speaking, w
How to NOT Look and Act Like an American Tourist in Germany
Are you planning a trip to Germany? One of the keys to staying safe and not getting sucked into tourist traps is to blend in with the culture. In other words, when in Germany, do as the Germans do. Most American tourists don’t realize that there are certain things they wear that make them stick out like a sore thumb. A large backpack or fanny pack, for example, screams tourist. But it’s not just what American tourists wear, it’s also what they say and do. Certain gestures or greetings,
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About French Cheese
What better snack to pair with your French study session than some authentic French cheese? Tutor Nadia B. shares everything you need to know about French cheese... Do you have a baguette and a wheel of brie? Well, just a minute, there. While there's nothing more French to us than bread and cheese, the world of French cheese is complex, fascinating, and delicious. Keep reading, and you'll learn how French cheeses are produced, how to choose an authentic French cheese, and about some of
Plan The Trip of a Lifetime: 6 Must-Read Korea Travel Blogs
If you're studying Korean for an upcoming trip, then you need to know more than just basic vocabulary and sentence structure. In order to have a fun, safe trip, you need to plan ahead. Luckily, there are several resourceful Korea travel blogs that will help you prepare in advance for your trip to Korea. If a trip to Korea is on your bucket list, here are five must-read Korea travel blogs you should check out now. 1. Discovering Korea The Korea Tourism Organization named  Discovering Korea
German Vocabulary List for Back to School
Are you planning on studying German this school year? Get a head start with this German vocabulary list created by German teacher Tyler S... It’s that time of year again when students in both the United States and Germany are getting back into the swing of things. If you plan on studying Germany this year or you’re already taking German lessons, the following German vocabulary list will be indispensable in your studies. If you take the time to study school-related German vocabulary,

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