Learn Language Online: French Links of the Week 8/21/2015
Bon weekend! To kick off your French-learning fun, here are the best and most interesting Francophile links from around the web.
3 Fun and Common French Idioms With Animals - Camille Chevalier-Karfis
Idioms in other languages are endlessly intriguing, and these three French expressions are no exception. What do you think "les poules aurant des dents" (the hens have teeth) could mean?
6 Tips on How to Read in French Like a Boss - Frédéric Bibard
Learning to read in a second langua
5 Terrific Websites to Help You Learn Japanese
When you're learning Japanese, it's important to have some reliable resources to help you practice between lessons. Here are five great websites to help you learn Japanese.
This Japanese learning website will help you improve through four basic skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. There are lots of fun animated videos that teach everything from basic Japanese grammar, to vocabulary and verb conjugations. You can download free eBooks to learn Hiragana and Katakana,
35 Spanish Slang Words and Phrases You Should Know
Curious about slang words in Spanish to add to your vocabulary? Check out tutor Emmanuel N.'s list here -- and also learn how they differ by country!
Every language and every country has its own usage of slang. In fact, if were being specific, each generation invents new slang words or will reuse words from decades ago.
When trying to learn Spanish by the book, you may find yourself in somewhat of an awkward situation when trying to communicate with Spanish speakers in rel
Studying French Verbs: Le Futur Antérieur
If you've studied French verbs for a while, you probably know about le présent, le passé composé, l'imparfait, et le futur. You may also know something about reflexive verbs and verbs of motion, and their particularities in the passé composé. You may even be familiar with le passé simple.
What happens, though, when you want to describe an action that hasn't happened yet, but that will be complete before a particular action or time in the future? In English, we use the future perfect tense
Cooking With Culture: 11 Wonderful Italian Food Blogs
Italians and cooking go together like - well, who needs a comparison? In this article, Italian teacher Liz T. will show you 11 food blogs with delicious Italian recipes, each providing a plentiful helping of Italian culture...
Culture in the Kitchen
If you're learning Italian, of course it helps to know the basics; vocabulary, grammar rules, and all of the technicalities involved with the language. But did you know that learning about the Italian culture will help you better understa