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Intro to Spanish Verb Conjugation | Tips, Charts, & More

A big part of learning to speak Spanish is an understanding of basic grammar rules -- and one of the first things you'll need to know is Spanish verb conjugation. Here, Jason N. breaks down the basics...   Let’s start with the most important question: why is it important to learn conjugation? Conjugation enables us to use verbs to describe real live situations and events. Without knowing how to conjugate verbs we would not be able to form coherent sentences. Just like English, conjuga … Read More

Intro to Spanish Verb Conjugation | Tips, Charts, & More
A big part of learning to speak Spanish is an understanding of basic grammar rules -- and one of the first things you'll need to know is Spanish verb conjugation. Here, Jason N. breaks down the basics...   Let’s start with the most important question: why is it important to learn conjugation? Conjugation enables us to use verbs to describe real live situations and events. Without knowing how to conjugate verbs we would not be able to form coherent sentences. Just like English, conjuga
Language Lessons vs. Self Study: Can You Teach Yourself Japanese?
Is it possible to teach yourself Japanese? While the best way to learn a language is always a private teacher or tutor, there are some things you can do at home to learn the basics. Here, language teacher Carol Beth L. weighs the pros and cons of Japanese lessons vs. teaching yourself. Can you teach yourself Japanese? The simple answer is, yes. Like many new skills, given the right tools, some people can teach themselves. I have known people who have taught themselves Japanese—or another
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If you want to learn how to speak French, you probably already know that the best way to learn is by practicing speaking French. Books, apps, and audio programs are all great resources, but they are primarily teaching you passive comprehension skills. Being able to understand French and being able to say something in French are two distinct skills. Taking private French lessons is one of the best ways to practice speaking in French, and as a result, is is one of the best ways to learn to
The Korean Future Tense Part 2: Definite Future
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4 Qualities to Look for in a Japanese Teacher
Whether you're looking for a Japanese teacher for yourself or for your son or daughter, there are certain criteria you should consider. Here, language teacher Carol Beth L. shares her tips to help you find an effective Japanese teacher.... As you're looking for a Japanese teacher, remember—not every teacher will be the right fit. Some teachers are able to work with a wide range of students, while others prefer to work with certain types of students. No single teacher is a perfect fit for ev

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