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5 Common Fears Of New Spanish Learners (And How To Overcome Them)

Thinking about learning Spanish, but terrified of feeling (or sounding) silly as a new learner? Don't fret -- everyone goes through the beginner stages! Here, online Spanish tutor Emmanuel M. shares his helpful tips...   Learning a new language can be difficult, but just like with anything else, all it takes is practice, confidence, and helpful tools. Common fears that new Spanish learners have tend to center around pronouncing words, understanding others, having a conversation, forge … Read More

5 Common Fears Of New Spanish Learners (And How To Overcome Them)
Thinking about learning Spanish, but terrified of feeling (or sounding) silly as a new learner? Don't fret -- everyone goes through the beginner stages! Here, online Spanish tutor Emmanuel M. shares his helpful tips...   Learning a new language can be difficult, but just like with anything else, all it takes is practice, confidence, and helpful tools. Common fears that new Spanish learners have tend to center around pronouncing words, understanding others, having a conversation, forge
15 Funny French Phrases (And What They Really Mean)
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4 Fun Italian Vocabulary Games for Kids
Is your child having trouble memorizing Italian vocabulary? Below, Italian tutor Nadia B. shares four fun games that will help your child learn vocabulary while still having fun... One of the keys to helping children learn Italian--or any language for that matter--is to keep it fun and encourage use of the language. The following Italian vocabulary games accomplish both goals. In between Italian lessons, play these fun games with your child. You never know, you might pick up a few Ital
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