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How to Write Your First Screenplay | Storytelling Tips

How to Write Your First Screenplay | Storytelling Tips

Ready to try your hand at writing a screenplay? Check out these helpful tips from New York, NY tutor Lauren P...   Whether you have too many ideas or you don’t know where to begin, these storytelling tips will help you outline the framework for an unforgettable screenplay. Don’t Remake the Wheel While all stories include some level of conflict, the arguably best stories all seem to include components of what Joseph Campbell calls the Hero’s Journey. If you are not familiar with … Read More

How to Write Your First Screenplay | Storytelling Tips
Ready to try your hand at writing a screenplay? Check out these helpful tips from New York, NY tutor Lauren P...   Whether you have too many ideas or you don’t know where to begin, these storytelling tips will help you outline the framework for an unforgettable screenplay. Don’t Remake the Wheel While all stories include some level of conflict, the arguably best stories all seem to include components of what Joseph Campbell calls the Hero’s Journey. If you are not familiar with
10 Hilarious Frustrations Every Bilingual Can Relate To
Did you know that 26% of American adults speak another language other than English? There are a number of benefits to being bilingual, such as better cognitive abilities, higher job salary, improved creativity...the list goes on. While being bilingual has its perks, there are some frustrations that come along with it. We’ve interviewed a bunch of language bloggers to compile the ultimate list of the most common problems that bilinguals face. 1. You meet another bilingual person, but ca
5 Myths and Realities for Writing Fiction
Writing fiction comes with a number of myths that keep many people from giving it a serious try. Don't them get you down! Here are a few things that you might hear about the industry as you're learning how to write fiction--and the reality behind them. 1. You Have to Be a Big Name to Write Many aspiring writers are told that unless you're Stephen King or you're famous for something else, there's no point in trying to get your work noticed. But the truth is, many publishers actively look for
4 Surprising Hobbies That Prep Your Brain for Language Learning
Want to learn a new language? There are a few hobbies that can actually make learning easier! Find out what they are in this guest post by Liisi Pajula...   It’s widely known that being fluent in two or more languages is good for your brain and your well-being! The benefits of being bilingual run the gamut from increased problem-solving skills to improved memory and creativity, and speaking another language can even help slow the brain's aging and delay dementia. Obviously lear
The Secret to Becoming a More Interesting Person
We've talked a lot about the benefits of learning a new language. It can slow your brain's aging and even improve your memory... heck, you might even make more money if you're bilingual! But what if your motivation to pick up Spanish, Japanese, or another language isn't based on the brain boost? What if you just want to understand the sushi terms on your menu, order a round of German beer, or rattle off all the different kinds of French cheese? That's totally fine to admit. Sounds pretty

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