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Learning about and celebrating French holidays is a wonderful way to understand more about French culture as you study this beautiful language. French tutor Carol Beth L. shares the basics you need to know about La Fête des Rois... French Holidays: La Fête des Rois For many people in the United States, Christmas ends at midnight on the evening of December 25th. In France, more people probably still remember that according to the Christian calendar, the Christmas season doesn't offic … Read More
French Holidays: Celebrating La Fête des Rois
Learning about and celebrating French holidays is a wonderful way to understand more about French culture as you study this beautiful language. French tutor Carol Beth L. shares the basics you need to know about La Fête des Rois... French Holidays: La Fête des Rois For many people in the United States, Christmas ends at midnight on the evening of December 25th. In France, more people probably still remember that according to the Christian calendar, the Christmas season doesn't offic
2 Simple Rules to Help You Pronounce Spanish Words
Learning a new language can be tough -- especially if you're trying to speak the language, but you're not sure how to pronounce certain words! Here, Atlanta, GA tutor Sean U. shares a few tips to remember for pronouncing Spanish words...    During my travels through Central and South America a lot of people have asked me which language is easier to learn, English or Spanish. I always answer saying that English grammar is simpler than Spanish grammar, but it's easier to learn pronu
Learn Language Online: French Links of the Week 8/21/2015
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Just like English, French has a lot of idiomatic words and phrases, and some are fairly easy to puzzle out (for example, someone who "drinks like a hole", is drinking a great deal). Others are, to put it mildly, less obvious, especially when you are learning French. Here are some of the strangest French phrases you're likely to run across in otherwise harmless conversation. 1. Coup de foudre Only in French is it a good thing to be hit by a "stroke of lightning"; it means love at first sigh
Video: How to Roll Your R's | Spanish Lessons
Having trouble rolling your R's in Spanish? You're not alone! Check out this helpful video for tips from TakeLessons teacher Sheila S...   As an opera singer and voice teacher, itÂ’s my job to know how to pronounce all languages and to be able to teach how to properly pronounce them. If you're learning how to speak Spanish, you'll also need to learn how to roll your R's. This can be a challenge to some American students, because we produce our R sound very differently in English

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