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Top 5 Italian Books for Learning Grammar and Vocabulary

Top 5 Italian Books for Learning Grammar and Vocabulary

Have you considered learning how to speak Italian? While taking Italian lessons with an experienced teacher is certainly a good idea, language-learning books can be a great supplement to traditional classes. In fact, many teachers encourage or even require their students to utilize Italian books while not in class to further their studies. With so many Italian books on the market, however, it can be difficult to determine which ones are best suited for you. That’s why we’ve combed thro … Read More

Top 5 Italian Books for Learning Grammar and Vocabulary
Have you considered learning how to speak Italian? While taking Italian lessons with an experienced teacher is certainly a good idea, language-learning books can be a great supplement to traditional classes. In fact, many teachers encourage or even require their students to utilize Italian books while not in class to further their studies. With so many Italian books on the market, however, it can be difficult to determine which ones are best suited for you. That’s why we’ve combed thro
French Vocabulary: 5 False Cognates to Watch Out For
Cognates are words that sound similar and can mean the same thing across different languages. However, in French, there are some tricky cognates that don't mean what you might think they mean. French tutor Carol Beth L. shares five common French false cognates... Due to their similar roots, French and English share some vocabulary and grammar. La table is table, la geographie is geography, and un film is a film – otherwise known as a movie. Similar word pairs between two languages are known a
Italian Grammar: Introduction to Gender and Number
When it comes to building a solid Italian grammar foundation, gender and number are two very important concepts one must learn. Unfortunately, they are also very troublesome for beginner students. Below Italian teacher, Nadia B. gives a quick and easy introduction to the two concepts... Ready to explore Italian grammar? For students, gender and number are often the most challenging concepts to understand, since they are used very differently in Italian than in English. However, with a lit
5 Surprising Facts About the Korean Language
The Korean language is a rich one with a long history. Like any language, the Korean language has gone through many changes over time. When you're learning Korean,  it can be fun and helpful to learn about the history and intricacies of the language. Here are five things you probably didn't know about the Korean language. 1. There are Minor Language Differences Between North and South Korea The biggest influences on the Korean language come from English and Chinese, respectively. While
5 Fun Ways for Families to Learn Spanish Together
Families: looking for creative ways to practice Spanish together now that summer is here? Read on as Sacramento tutor Allison H. shares a few of her fun ideas...   Summer is here, the warm temperatures and sunshine tempting us outside to pools, concerts, and neighborhood barbecues. With so many fun things to do, it’s hard to buckle down and learn Spanish outside your daily activities. But one of the keys to learning a language is practice, practice, and more practice. Whether y

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