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German Grammar: Definite Articles 101

German Grammar: Definite Articles 101

German grammar can be a difficult thing to master, especially for beginner students. Here, German instructor Kerstin R. shares some simple tips and tricks on learning German definite articles… As a German instructor, I tell all of my students the same thing over and over again: You need to know your definite articles. If you don’t, you’ll be lost and have a challenging time getting your German grammar right. German definite articles are much more complex than English articles. German h … Read More

German Grammar: Definite Articles 101
German grammar can be a difficult thing to master, especially for beginner students. Here, German instructor Kerstin R. shares some simple tips and tricks on learning German definite articles… As a German instructor, I tell all of my students the same thing over and over again: You need to know your definite articles. If you don’t, you’ll be lost and have a challenging time getting your German grammar right. German definite articles are much more complex than English articles. German h
How to Greet Someone in France | 15 French Phrases to Know
How much do you know about French greetings and salutations? Learn the do's, don'ts, and phrases to know in this post by French tutor Jinky B...   Traveling to a foreign country can be quite exciting. For French learners, maybe you have your eye on Paris, Versailles, or Nice. This is your opportunity to explore the culture and really use all the French that you've been learning and practicing! But all the preparation may come to a startling halt if you’re not sure how to app
Top Places to Visit in Spain (+ 10 Faux Pas To Avoid)
Want to avoid looking like a tourist during your trip to Spain? In this post, you'll first learn about some of the top destinations in Spain... then, tutor Emmanuel M. explains what NOT to do while you're there!   Spain is known as a beautiful, romantic, and overall wonderful place to visit. Tourists across the world visit Spain to explore the local sights, food, and traditions. You'll find that the people of Spain tend to be laid-back, good-natured, and cheerful -- and there are
Joyeuse Fête des Pères: French Vocabulary for Father's Day
Whereas France and the U.S. celebrate Mother’s Day on different days in May, both countries celebrate Father’s Day on the same day every year: the third Sunday of June. Known in France as Fête des Pères, young children often show appreciation for their fathers by making crafty items, such as ties and bow ties made out of paper and cardboard picture frames made from cereal boxes. Older children, like those in the U.S., will often buy their father a gift that they know he'd love. Needles
Learn Hiragana and Katakana With Japanese Calligraphy
When you're taking Japanese lessons, you will be introduced to various Japanese writing systems. Here, Winston-Salem, NC teacher Willy M. explains how learning Japanese calligraphy can help you understand the Japanese alphabet...  The Japanese alphabet, or writing systems, are very different from our alphabet in English. Japanese uses more than one syllabary. A syllabary is a group of syllables that make up different words. Think of it more like a phonics system. The difference between th

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