4 Surprising Hobbies That Prep Your Brain for Language Learning
Want to learn a new language? There are a few hobbies that can actually make learning easier! Find out what they are in this guest post by Liisi Pajula...
Its widely known that being fluent in two or more languages is good for your brain and your well-being! The benefits of being bilingual run the gamut from increased problem-solving skills to improved memory and creativity, and speaking another language can even help slow the brain's aging and delay dementia.
10 Hilarious Frustrations Every Bilingual Can Relate To
Did you know that 26% of American adults speak another language other than English?
There are a number of benefits to being bilingual, such as better cognitive abilities, higher job salary, improved creativity...the list goes on.
While being bilingual has its perks, there are some frustrations that come along with it.
Weve interviewed a bunch of language bloggers to compile the ultimate list of the most common problems that bilinguals face.
1. You meet another bilingual person, but ca
How to Analyze an Argument in an Essay | 4 Easy Steps
At some point in your academic career, you'll need to know how to analyze an argument properly. Here, tutor Andrew P. shares his guide to success...
As a college student, you'll be expected at some point to understand, restate, comment on, or discuss someones assertion (strongly stated position).
An argument is a reason(s) for a conclusion.
He is dense (reason); therefore, I wont talk with him (conclusion).
I wont talk with him (conclusion) because he is dense (reaso
7 Fun Writing Prompts for Kids During Winter Break
Is winter weather and Christmas impatience taking its toll on your kids and your sanity? Get their holiday-inspired, creative juices flowing and banish the boredom - with these fun writing prompts for kids with a winter theme
Channel some Dickens.
Have your child write a poem or a story featuring three different versions of themselves getting a Christmas wish granted: one in the present, one in the past, and one in the future.
Make a parody.
Whats your childs favorite Christ
What Types of Creative Writing Prompts Work Best for Kids?
Kids who love to write may be off and running once the pen hits their hand, but other children might not feel comfortable writing unless given a few creative writing prompts. Creative prompts encourage imagination and provide a jumping off point for journal entries and stories. Even children who love to write may find it easier to work from a prompt because it gives them an area of focus - and it's fun! As a parent, one of the best ways to encourage your child's love of the written word is to pr