75 Most Helpful Spanish Cognates to Know [Infographic]
Did you know that cognates help make Spanish one of the easiest languages for English speakers to master? Spanish cognates are words that sound the same (or almost the same) in English and have the same meaning in both languages.
Memorizing Spanish cognates is the fastest way to expand your vocabulary! Here, we'll share some of the easiest and most helpful cognates in Spanish to boost your conversational skills.
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Recognizing Cognates in Spanish
German Vocabulary List for Back to School
Are you planning on studying German this school year? Get a head start with this German vocabulary list created by German teacher Tyler S...
Its that time of year again when students in both the United States and Germany are getting back into the swing of things.
If you plan on studying Germany this year or youre already taking German lessons, the following German vocabulary list will be indispensable in your studies.
If you take the time to study school-related German vocabulary,
7 Reasons Why Learning Korean Isn't as Hard as You Think
Learning any new language can seem difficult at first. If youre feeling apprehensive about learning Korean, these tips from Korean tutor Bryce J. can help...
When considering language lessons, many people shy away from Asian languages like Japanese and Korean because they fear these languages are too challenging to learn. While every language has certain challenges, some languages are more complex than others.
Here are seven reasons why learning Korean isn't as hard as you think!
French Verb Conjugation: How to Use Connaitre and Savoir
Connaître and savoir are two French verbs that every student should get to know well.
Like its distinction between second-person pronouns tu and vous, French also makes a distinction between two different ways in which the speaker might know something, through the two verbs savoir and connaître.
Savoir is used for facts and information.
I know that Paris is in France. Je sais que Paris se trouve en France.
I know that two and two is four. Je sais que deux et d
Italian Grammar: Mastering the Informal and Formal 'You'
When it comes to Italian grammar, understanding the informal and formal 'you' can be very difficult. Below, Italian teacher Giulio G. shares some tips and tricks on how master this common Italian grammar conundrum...
In the Italian language, there are three ways to say 'you'; tu (informal) Lei (formal) and Voi (plural). For beginner Italian students, it can be difficult to determine the correct form when speaking. After all, there's only one 'you' in the English language.