Italian for Kids: Learning the Alphabet [Audio and Visual]
Learning the Italian alphabet is an important building block in your child's learning process. Below, Italian teacher Liz T. shares the proper pronunciation of the alphabet and ways to practice the alphabet with your child...
Is your child just starting to take Italian lessons? Learning Italian for kids can be difficult. One of the very first steps in your child's schooling is learning the alphabet, or as they say in Italy, L'alfabeto.
The Italian alphabet is very similar to the Englis
The Korean Future Tense Part 2: Definite Future
As you learn Korean, you will come across different ways to describe future events. To make things easier, we've divided the future tense in Korean into a few different parts. Here, Minneapolis, MN Korean teacher Bryce J. explains how to describe future events in Korean...
Now that you've learned how to describe the probable future, or events that may occur, let's move on to another aspect of Korean grammar, the definite future.
The definite future tense, or polite present tense, is us
Top 5 Benefits of Taking Italian Online Lessons
Do you want to learn how to speak Italian? Besides being fun, learning Italian offers many benefits. Not only does it broaden your cultural perspective, but it also offers you additional work opportunities; boosts academic achievement and test scores; and even helps prevent dementia later in life.
Whether you want learn Italian for its beauty or simply to impress the guy or gal next door, you dont have to let your perceived limitations get in the way of flexing your fluency. With todays
Japanese Grammar for Beginners: Learn to Conjugate Japanese Verbs
If you're learning Japanese, here's some good news: Conjugating Japanese verbs is much easier than you think! Here, Ann Arbor, MI teacher Elaina R. shares some simple tips to help you conjugate Japanese verbs...
I love conjugating Japanese verbs. Why? In most romance languages, conjugations are based on tons of factors, including subject, number, and even gender.
For example, in Italian, "I am tired" is Io sono stanca; but if you are male, it's Io sono stanco. If there are several spea
French Grammar Rules: How to Conjugate Regular Verbs
Why do verbs in French change so much? Get clarification on the rules for conjugating the most common French verbs from French tutor Carol Beth L....
Verb conjugations are the bane of some French students who are not accustomed to the constantly changing verb endings in English. To be sure, we do conjugate our verbs. We add -ed for the past:
"I look" becomes "I looked."
We add -s to in the singular third person:
"I run," becomes "he runs."
But often times, English verbs are a lit