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How to Say "Cheers" in Different Languages [Video Tutorials]

How to Say "Cheers" in Different Languages [Video Tutorials]

Have you ever wondered how to say “cheers” in different languages? Think of all the situations in which the word “cheers” is used and you’ll quickly realize the versatility of this common expression that spans across cultures and nations.   Whether you’re traveling, studying abroad, or simply making new friends of another culture, being able to say “cheers” in their language shows that you respect their traditions enough to make an effort to learn something new. Keep reading to learn … Read More

How to Say "Cheers" in Different Languages [Video Tutorials]
Have you ever wondered how to say “cheers” in different languages? Think of all the situations in which the word “cheers” is used and you’ll quickly realize the versatility of this common expression that spans across cultures and nations.   Whether you’re traveling, studying abroad, or simply making new friends of another culture, being able to say “cheers” in their language shows that you respect their traditions enough to make an effort to learn something new. Keep reading to learn
6 of the Best Creative Writing Books for Kids
Does your child love to write? Do the words on the paper help your child express a unique point of view, give voice to thoughts and feelings, and make others think differently? Supporting your child's passion for writing can be as simple as giving them creative writing books that offer kid-focused writing instruction or models of high-quality writing. These books may serve a variety of purposes, such as providing inspiration, modeling how to convey an authentic voice to a reader, and offering ex
10 Genius Ways to Use Your Smartphone to Learn a Language
Can your phone help you learn a language? Absolutely! Check out these tips and ideas from Spanish tutor Joan B. and start exploring...   You’re addicted to your phone (join the club) and love everything it offers you -- access to friends, amazing deals through apps, and up-to-the-minute news. But did you know you can also use it to help you learn a language? It's true: your smartphone is one of the best tools you can use to strengthen your language skills -- especially when you
How to Survive (and Thrive) as an Introvert Learning a Language
Are extroverts better at learning languages? Au contraire! Learn how to survive (and thrive) as an introvert with these tips from Alexandria, VA tutor Elisha O...     There's been a lot of hype lately about introverts and extroverts. And no matter which side you identify with (or if you're a little of both!) there are definitely advantages and strengths on both sides of the spectrum. As an introvert myself, my most productive and creative time is the time I spend alone.
How to Learn a Language Quickly with 3 Foolproof Steps
Fact: a native Spanish speaker will have an easier time learning French than they would learning Japanese. According to the U.S. Foreign Service Institute, one of the biggest factors affecting the speed of language acquisition is how different your target language is from your native tongue. Languages in the same “family” typically have similar alphabets and tones, making it easier to branch out as long as you stay within the same grouping. No matter what language you’re learning thou

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