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10 Important Differences Between Spanish & Portuguese

10 Important Differences Between Spanish & Portuguese

The 2016 Summer Olympics are coming up in August, and this year Rio de Janerio, Brazil hosts the games. For language-learners everywhere, it's a great time to explore Portuguese, their official language! And if you're already learning Spanish, you're at an advantage. There are a lot of similarities between the two languages -- in fact, there's even a name for speaking a mixture of the languages to help speakers of different backgrounds communicate (Portuñal or Portunhol, in Spanish and Po … Read More

10 Important Differences Between Spanish & Portuguese
The 2016 Summer Olympics are coming up in August, and this year Rio de Janerio, Brazil hosts the games. For language-learners everywhere, it's a great time to explore Portuguese, their official language! And if you're already learning Spanish, you're at an advantage. There are a lot of similarities between the two languages -- in fact, there's even a name for speaking a mixture of the languages to help speakers of different backgrounds communicate (Portuñal or Portunhol, in Spanish and Po
10 Must-Know Words and Phrases for Korean Drama Fans
As most students know, studying the Korean language can be complicated. Luckily, with the growing popularity of Korean drama (K-drama), it's much easier, and more fun, to learn popular catch phrases and buzzwords. Korean drama shows use hundreds of slang words and catchphrases, which can be frustrating for beginning Korean-language students. If this is you, don't panic. This list will help you understand the characters and story lines in Korean drama. 1. Antis   Anti-Fans, o
Video: How to Roll Your R's | Spanish Lessons
Having trouble rolling your R's in Spanish? You're not alone! Check out this helpful video for tips from TakeLessons teacher Sheila S...   As an opera singer and voice teacher, it’s my job to know how to pronounce all languages and to be able to teach how to properly pronounce them. If you're learning how to speak Spanish, you'll also need to learn how to roll your R's. This can be a challenge to some American students, because we produce our R sound very differently in English
15 Fun-to-Say Japanese Onomatopoeias (with audio)
It’s time to make your Japanese vocabulary POP! In this article, Japanese teacher Yo’el E. will take you through 15 Japanese Onomatopoeias that are even more fun to say than they look…   What Are 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 i
Spanish Vocabulary: Feelings and Emotions in Spanish
No matter which language you speak, emotions will always be an important part of human interactions. In this article, tutor Jason N. teaches you how to express your feelings and emotions in Spanish...   You've learned Spanish grammar rules, how to show comparisons, and perhaps some basic vocabulary. Next up: learning a broad spectrum of emotional language, which is key to expressing yourself fully in another language. Ideally, you can practice this over a long period of time if

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