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Express Yourself: Italian Words and Phrases for Emotions [Infographic]

Express Yourself: Italian Words and Phrases for Emotions [Infographic]

Italians are an expressive bunch of people. Below, Italian teacher Liz T. teaches a lesson in how to express emotions using common Italian words and phrases... The Italian language is one of the most emotionally expressive languages. In fact, Italians are not afraid to speak what’s on their mind, and certainly not afraid to show their emotions. Whether you're traveling to Italy or simply taking Italian lessons, it's a good idea to learn how to express your emotions in Italian. Below ar … Read More

Express Yourself: Italian Words and Phrases for Emotions [Infographic]
Italians are an expressive bunch of people. Below, Italian teacher Liz T. teaches a lesson in how to express emotions using common Italian words and phrases... The Italian language is one of the most emotionally expressive languages. In fact, Italians are not afraid to speak what’s on their mind, and certainly not afraid to show their emotions. Whether you're traveling to Italy or simply taking Italian lessons, it's a good idea to learn how to express your emotions in Italian. Below ar
What Can You Do With a Degree in Spanish? | The Lowdown
Having trouble deciding on your major for college? If studying Spanish further interests you, you might be wondering, "What can I do with a Spanish degree?" Check out your options -- and the benefits of a degree in Spanish -- in this guest post by Carmichael, CA Spanish tutor Joan B...   Spanish is a field in bloom, as the number of Spanish speakers in the United States continues to grow. Getting a Bachelor's degree in Spanish can open up a wide variety of career paths, and a Spanish
24 Smart Study Tips to Get an "A" in Spanish Class
Want to get a better grade in Spanish class? If you're struggling with homework, tests, or classroom participation, it's time to figure out a strategy for success. Read on to learn several tips from Spanish teachers and tutors, including TakeLessons tutor Joan B....   As a longtime Spanish teacher, I've seen it all in the classroom. From students who struggle to students who ace every test, decades of teaching and observing students' study and test-taking habits have made it clear tha
French Grammar Rules: Distinguishing Between Imparfait and Passé Composé
French grammar guru Carol Beth L. is back on the blog with this guide to the passé composé, the imparfait, and when you should use each of them... If you've been studying French grammar long enough, you may know that French has two different forms of the past tense: the passé composé (composed past) and the imparfait (imperfect). It is sometimes difficult for those who have just learned them to distinguish between situations that require the passé composé and situations that warrant the i
Build Your French Vocabulary: Colors and Days of the Week
  Ready to start learning to speak French? Colors and days of the week are great vocabulary to get you started. Let tutor Anna M. walk you through this basic vocabulary lesson... Colors and days of the week are some of the easiest words to study when you are first learning French vocabulary. If you know any other romance languages, like Spanish or Italian, you are going to see that the French words for colors and days of the week are very similar to their colors and days of the week.

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