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50 Fun French Games That Will Help You Master the Language

50 Fun French Games That Will Help You Master the Language

Whatever your level of French mastery, you can always improve your language skills by playing fun French games! In this list, you will find 50 of the best French games that can be played alone, with a partner, or in a group. Are you ready to have some fun? Let's get started! French Card Games 1. Piquet A trick-taking game played by two people, Piquet dates back to at least 1535. If you enjoy card games, purchasing a Piquet deck is a good move, as the cards are needed for many other f … Read More

50 Fun French Games That Will Help You Master the Language
Whatever your level of French mastery, you can always improve your language skills by playing fun French games! In this list, you will find 50 of the best French games that can be played alone, with a partner, or in a group. Are you ready to have some fun? Let's get started! French Card Games 1. Piquet A trick-taking game played by two people, Piquet dates back to at least 1535. If you enjoy card games, purchasing a Piquet deck is a good move, as the cards are needed for many other f
6 Tools to Learn Spanish (& Other Languages) During Your Commute
Your commute to and from work or school is the perfect time to brush up on your Spanish -- or any other language you're studying! Here, New York, NY tutor Lauren P. shares six tools to help... Are you new to learning Spanish or want to brush up on what you've learned already, but can’t seem to find the time to practice or study? Stop using that as an excuse! Use these six tools to learn Spanish in the car or on public transportation during your commute. (Plus, each of these tips also works f
5 Sneaky (and Fun!) Ways to Study Spanish in Your Free Time
Looking for ways to study Spanish that don't involve conjugation exercises? Read on as Carmichael, CA Spanish tutor Joan B. shares her fun ideas for incorporating Spanish in your daily life...   Studying Spanish can be as simple as incorporating these sneaky (and fun!) methods, all of which are simple, quick, and designed to strengthen your knowledge and skills in Spanish. Make a goal to incorporate at least one of them into your daily life for 14 days straight, and you’ll see a diffe
How to Support Your Japanese Student
It's important to encourage your son or daughter as he or she is learning Japanese. While it's easy to remind your child or teen to practice, there are some other things you can do to help him or her succeed. These tips from language teacher Carol Beth L. will help you support your Japanese student... 1. Know Your Student's Goals Why does your son or daughter want to learn Japanese? Is it required in school? Does he or she want to speak with others in Japanese? Is your student interested in an
15 Fun-to-Say Japanese Onomatopoeias (With Audio)
What Are Japanese Onomatopoeias? An onomatopoeia is a word where meaning is derived from a sound, or when a word sounds like how it looks. In English, we have onomatopoeias like "cock-a-doodle-doo" for the sound a rooster makes, or "crunch" for the act of crushing things. Onomatopoeias are quite common in many, if not all languages. We tend to notice them most in comics as sound effects: zippers "zip" and light switches "click." They're fun to say and they certainly aren't hard to learn.

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