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25 Creative Writing Prompts to Practice Spanish

25 Creative Writing Prompts to Practice Spanish

Want to perfect your Spanish and put your knowledge of vocabulary, grammar, and sentence structure to practice? Try these 25 Spanish writing prompts that tutor Joan B recommends...   To improve your Spanish, it’s important to apply the concepts you’re learning directly in practice. Writing is an especially helpful way to do this, since you can develop and practice specific grammatical structures, and then ask for feedback from a native speaker, your tutor, or a teacher. The Spa … Read More

25 Creative Writing Prompts to Practice Spanish
Want to perfect your Spanish and put your knowledge of vocabulary, grammar, and sentence structure to practice? Try these 25 Spanish writing prompts that tutor Joan B recommends...   To improve your Spanish, it’s important to apply the concepts you’re learning directly in practice. Writing is an especially helpful way to do this, since you can develop and practice specific grammatical structures, and then ask for feedback from a native speaker, your tutor, or a teacher. The Spa
Japanese for Beginners: 5 Study Tips That Work
Although learning a new language is a gradual process, there are things you can do to make the learning experience easier and more rewarding. Language teacher Carol Beth L. shares the best ways to learn Japanese for beginners... When you're learning a new language, it's important to start with the basics and lay a firm foundation. Here are a few tips that will help you on your quest to learn Japanese. 1) Write in Hiragana and Katakana The Japanese writing system is very different from E
Spanish Grammar: Comparisons, Superlatives, & More
As you learn to speak Spanish, you'll need to be able to put together a variety of phrases. Here, Spanish teacher Jason N. shows you how to describe nouns in relation to each other... Spanish Comparisons In English, as in every language, we compare people, places, and things regularly. Spanish comparisons aren’t too different, there are just new formulas to learn. The good news is they're very basic and you can learn them for the long-run in a couple of hours! Here's the most important
Japanese Vocabulary: 18 Words to Describe Your Family
Japanese vocabulary is part of the learning process when you're taking Japanese lessons. Here, San Francisco, CA language tutor Carol Beth L. shares the essential words you need to know to describe your family in Japanese... Family members are some of the most important people in life, so it's essential to be able to talk about them in Japanese. The Japanese language reflects the importance of family, and the hierarchy and respect that are so important in Japanese culture. When it comes to
30 Quirky New Year's Traditions From Around the World
How much do you know about New Year's Eve traditions? Here in the U.S., you know what to do: gather your friends and family, turn on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve in the background, and count down from 10 as midnight nears. At the strike of the clock, you know to toast everyone as the fireworks blast off, sing a verse of "Auld Lang Syne," and sneak in a New Year's kiss, if you can! But outside of the United States, did you know there are some much more quirky New Year's Eve tradition

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