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5 Reasons You Should Learn Japanese

5 Reasons You Should Learn Japanese

  Japanese may not be the first topic that comes to mind when you think of studying a foreign language, but there are many great reasons to learn Japanese. Whether you're considering language lessons for yourself or your son or daughter, here are five ways you can benefit from learning Japanese. 1) Travel Learning Japanese language basics is essential for anyone interested in traveling to Japan. While you don't need to be fluent, you'll have a much easier time making your way around if you … Read More

5 Reasons You Should Learn Japanese
  Japanese may not be the first topic that comes to mind when you think of studying a foreign language, but there are many great reasons to learn Japanese. Whether you're considering language lessons for yourself or your son or daughter, here are five ways you can benefit from learning Japanese. 1) Travel Learning Japanese language basics is essential for anyone interested in traveling to Japan. While you don't need to be fluent, you'll have a much easier time making your way around if you
Moving to Italy? Expats Reveal Their Secrets to Surviving and Flourishing in Italy
Did you know that there’s an estimated 50,000 Americans who’ve temporarily or permanently relocated to Italy? Whether it’s for work, warmer temperatures, or simply a new start, Americans are buying one-way tickets to Italy. And we don’t blame them! The country’s food, weather, people, and culture make it a very desirable place to live. Don’t be fooled, however, by the laissez faire lifestyle. Moving to Italy—or any foreign country for that matter—is no walk in the park. Moving to
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
8 Places to Visit in France Outside Paris
Are you planning a vacation to France? French teacher, Carol Beth L. shares eight wonderful places to visit in France outside of Paris... Chances are the "City of Light" is one of the top places to visit on your travel itinerary. Visiting Paris, however, doesn't mean you've seen all that France has to offer by a long shot. There are many other wonderful places to visit in France. Lucky for you, Europe has a relatively good rail system, which means you can visit places in France with ea
List of 100+ Common Regular French Verbs
Regular French verbs are among the most common verbs you will come across as you learn how to speak French. You'll notice that regular verbs come in three types: verbs ending in -er, verbs ending in -ir, and verbs ending in -re. To help you get a leg up in your studies, here is a list of over one hundred regular -er, -ir, and -re verbs. Common Regular -Er Verbs Here are the endings for regular -er verbs: Je - e Tu - es Il/Elle - e Nous - ons Vous - ez Ils/Elles - ent Past

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