12 Things I Learned After Moving to Mexico | An Expat's Take
Want to learn Spanish fast? Moving to a Spanish-speaking country is a great way to immerse yourself in the culture and fast-track your language-learning experience.
While Spain is known for its beauty -- and the Spanish culture is certainly exciting -- don't forget about Mexico as an option! Living in Mexico can be a fantastic experience, as many expats can attest to. We recently connected wiith Tina over at Los Gringos Locos, and her article featuring her observations definitely stood ou
Make Learning Fun: The Best Japanese Learning Games
There are lots of great ways to teach yourself Japanese through interactive, fun games. While its best to learn to speak conversational Japanese with one-on-one tutoring, you can start learning basic words and phrases with video-based games and puzzles.
It will take time and dedication (plus a really great teacher) to learn the Japanese language, but you can have fun playing Japanese learning games to get started.
Video game designers have created several versions of Japanese learning
5 Terrific Websites to Help You Learn Japanese
When you're learning Japanese, it's important to have some reliable resources to help you practice between lessons. Here are five great websites to help you learn Japanese.
This Japanese learning website will help you improve through four basic skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. There are lots of fun animated videos that teach everything from basic Japanese grammar, to vocabulary and verb conjugations. You can download free eBooks to learn Hiragana and Katakana,
4 Quick & Simple Rules for Using Spanish Accent Marks
As you learn Spanish, you'll come across rules that are important for writing. In this article by tutor Jason N. you'll learn all about Spanish accent marks and when to use them...
When I started learning Spanish back in 2008, I ignored accent marks when they appeared. I didnt know what they meant and I didnt know how to use them correctly. I guess I just assumed that my word processor would help me automatically place them when I typed in Spanish and that I didnt need them
The Korean Future Tense Part 1 : Describing the Probable Future
As you progress in your Korean lessons, you will learn different ways to describe different events in the past, present, and future. Here's a look at the Korean future tense with Minneapolis, MN teacher Bryce J...
Some linguists argue that there actually isn't a Korean future tense, but that doesn't mean there is no way to talk about future events. In fact, there are actually five ways to describe the future in Korean: probable future, definite future, promissory future, intentional futu