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4 Ways Learning Spanish Can Boost Your Career
Learning a new language can provide countless benefits, but did you know that learning Spanish can also be extremely beneficial in your career? Here, Spanish tutor Emmanuel N. explains how learning Spanish can help you in the workplace.    Speaking Spanish can help you in virtually any job or position. Whether you work in customer service or you’re an accountant or a CEO, here are four ways learning Spanish can boost your career. Improve Relationships If you work in an environment w
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Spanish is quickly becoming a prominent language in the US -- in fact, it's estimated that there are now more than 54 million Spanish language speakers throughout the country, accounting for almost 20% of the entire US population! These stats alone are a compelling reason to learn Spanish as a second language. But it's also interesting to look at how the language has grown over the years. The infographic below, put together by Day Translations (with data from the US census, Pew Research Cente
5 Most Difficult Italian Grammar Rules Made Simple
Are you ready for a lesson in Italian grammar? Below, Italian teacher Liz T. breaks down the five most difficult Italian grammar rules... Learning Italian can be difficult, not to mention overwhelming for new students. Many students are afraid of tackling Italian grammar, as it can be complex and confusing at first. If you take the time to learn Italian grammar, however, you're much more likely to understand what you're actually saying, hearing, reading, and writing. Below, we break
Studying French Verbs: Le Futur Antérieur
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Italian Grammar: Mastering the Informal and Formal 'You'
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