Face-Off: Google Translate vs. Human Spanish Translator
We rely on technology now more than ever, but when is it best to let a real-life human do the work?
Check out the nifty infographic below from Verbal Ink to see what happens when Google Translate (Spanish to English) goes head-to-head with a professional translator in two rounds of a translation showdown. Are they worthy opponents, or will a clear front-runner claim the prize?
It seems as though humans can still triumph over machine when it comes to language... at least for now!
Restaurant Rescue: Essential Korean Phrases for Dining Out
Eating is important in any culture, but it's also a big part of experiencing the Korean culture. Here, Korean instructor Hannah V. teacehes you to order food, and some key phrases you may need in restaurants and eateries in Korea...
If you're taking Korean lessons, planning a trip to Korea, or simply a Korean food enthusiast, make sure you learn these important phrases.
Understanding the different types of eateries in Korea will make it easier to order food. I will discuss expressions
Learn Japanese Through Anime: 4 Shows You Should Watch
Looking for some creative ways to study between Japanese lessons? Here, Jacksonville, FL. teacher James W. explains how you can learn Japanese through anime...
Learning Japanese isn't just about memorization and grammar rules. Want to know how to study Japanese and have fun at the same time? Watch Japanese anime! "The path to fluent Japanese is a self-defined one," says Adam from Japanese Level Up. "If you love anime, not using it to learn Japanese makes absolutely no sense."
10 Famous Japanese Expressions (and What They Really Mean)
You've probably heard the well-known idioms and expressions of wisdom in English. Phrases like "don't count your chickens before they hatch" and "don't put all your eggs in one basket." But these words of wisdom aren't exclusive to English. Here, Japanese teacher Kaoru N. explains the meaning behind 10 famous Japanese expressions...
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"A frog in a well never knows the vast ocean."
There was a frog who was born in a
Mark Your Calendar: 20 Korean Holidays
When you're studying Korean, it's fun to learn about various Korean holidays. Mark your calendar, here are the major (and minor) Korean holidays.
Along with the national holidays, in South Korea, the 14th of each month is a fun, unofficial holiday. Read on for a list of all the holidays and celebrations!
At the beginning of the new year, it's customary for friends and loved ones to trade diaries, journals, and planners. Friends and family members write down impor