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TakeLessons Community Shout Outs – Week of 6/16/14

TakeLessons Community Shout Outs – Week of 6/16/14

Each week, TakeLessons students and teachers send us their shout outs. We’re thankful to be a part of this positive and thriving community, so we’d like to share these messages with you. Here are the shout outs we received this week: Shannon K. in Cerritos, CA, wrote, "I want to congratulate Michelle M. who is making amazing improvement each week in her singing! Her dedication to practicing is truly noteworthy!" Great job, Michelle! Kit R. in Aurora, CO, wrote, "My 9 year old student, Jord … Read More

TakeLessons Community Shout Outs – Week of 6/16/14
Each week, TakeLessons students and teachers send us their shout outs. We’re thankful to be a part of this positive and thriving community, so we’d like to share these messages with you. Here are the shout outs we received this week: Shannon K. in Cerritos, CA, wrote, "I want to congratulate Michelle M. who is making amazing improvement each week in her singing! Her dedication to practicing is truly noteworthy!" Great job, Michelle! Kit R. in Aurora, CO, wrote, "My 9 year old student, Jord
How to Select a Vocal Duet (+26 Duet Song Ideas)
If you're new to singing, or if you're just trying to fine-tune your vocal skills, one fun and helpful exercise is to sing duet songs with your vocal instructor or a friend. Pick a style you both like and you'll find that the possibilities for both fun and music making are endless! Why Are They Helpful to Sing? When you sing with piano, or with a chorus or band, there's often someone else playing the same line you're singing. While this is great for learning to sing in tune and working on
Part IV: How to Conjugate the Imperfect in Spanish
As you learn Spanish, imperfect conjugations are bound to come up. Learn how to handle them and improve your Spanish grammar knowledge in this post by Fairfax, CA tutor Jason N...   As you probably already know, conjugation is crucial to learning Spanish! As we get to this fourth post in my conjugation series, you may be pleasantly surprised when you realize that it's all about mastering patterns and formulas! By now, you have come a long way; you know about conjugating basic S
How Long Does it Take to Learn to Sing, Really?
Gearing up for your first voice lesson, and wondering how long it will be until you're singing like Whitney Houston? Find out the truth in this guest post by Ann Arbor, MI voice teacher Elaina R...   How long does it take to learn to sing? Exactly ten months and three days. If you think that sounds fishy, you are right. Some people are born with very little vocal ability, while others are naturally gifted singers. But everyone, from the most self-conscious shower singers to pro
10 Must-Know German Expressions for Traveling Abroad
Do you have a trip planned to Germany? Traveling abroad is an exciting adventure as it can open your eyes to new customs, cultures, and people. While the experience is often amazing, there's one thing many people don't think about before they go—the language barrier. You'll find that there are many English-speaking people in Germany, but you won't always be able to identify them. Instead, it's best to have a few German expressions memorized or written down before you go. That way, if you fi

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