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Beginner’s Introduction to Italian Colors (Infographic)

Beginner’s Introduction to Italian Colors (Infographic)

  Are you ready to learn the colors of the rainbow in Italian? Below, Italian teacher Liz T. provides an introduction to Italian colors... When it comes to Italian vocabulary, learning the colors is always a fun activity--especially for beginner students. Learning the various colors in Italian will help you expand your vocabulary and enrich your conversations. Below is a brief guide to help you recognize Italian colors, as well as how to pronounce them! Pink Rosa (Roh-sah … Read More

Beginner’s Introduction to Italian Colors (Infographic)
  Are you ready to learn the colors of the rainbow in Italian? Below, Italian teacher Liz T. provides an introduction to Italian colors... When it comes to Italian vocabulary, learning the colors is always a fun activity--especially for beginner students. Learning the various colors in Italian will help you expand your vocabulary and enrich your conversations. Below is a brief guide to help you recognize Italian colors, as well as how to pronounce them! Pink Rosa (Roh-sah
La Famiglia: Useful Words & Phrases for the Family in Italian
Many beginning Italian students ask, "How do I talk about my family in Italian?" If you're asking the same question, you've come to the right place! Family plays a big role in the Italian culture, so you should certainly learn the words and phrases for describing yours. As you continue to learn the Italian language and culture, you’ll start to understand the importance of la famiglia. And soon you’ll be asked to describe your family to others. Review the helpful Italian phrases and
31 German Vocabulary Words and Phrases for the Summer [Infographic]
The summer is fast approaching. Below, German teacher Noel S. shares some common German vocabulary words and phrases associated with summer. Practice these words and phrases throughout the summer, and come fall, you'll have a long list of vocabulary words memorized... For many people, summer ranks as the best season of the year. After all, what's better than sunshine, BBQs, and fun outdoor activities? Just because school is no longer in session, however, doesn't mean that you can let your Ger
Guest Podcast from French Blabla: How to Use (or Avoid Using) the French Subjunctive
For many language students, the French subjunctive, or le subjonctif, is one of the trickiest French verbs to master. It can leave you with such a headache that you'll wonder, is it possible to avoid using the French subjunctive all together? In this guest podcast, Caroline from French Blabla reveals several simple conversation hacks that will help you use the French subjunctive correctly, or avoid the need to use le subjonctif in the first place. Quelle bonne idée! Music by Bensound.c
Classes Vs. Lessons: What is the Best Way to Learn French?
When you first decide you want to learn French, the natural next question is: how? While there are myriad ways to learn French online and offline workbooks purporting to provide all the material necessary to teach yourself a foreign language, in practice none of them, no matter how thorough, measure up to dedicated instruction time with a qualified teacher. Such teachers are available, both online and off, in two basic structures: either a class with numerous students, or private one-on-one t

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