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Want to Learn Spanish? Our Guide to Getting Started

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Learning a new language, such as Spanish, can be an exciting undertaking! Even if you are not planning to visit a foreign country on your next vacation, a second language can help keep your mind stimulated. Here's an overview of the different ways to learn Spanish, to help you determine which option will work best for you. Your Local Community College Remember that campus that's just down the road? You don't have to be a recent high school graduate to enroll or take classes there. In fact, man
Video Lessons: How to Say the Date in Spanish
  Another day, another set of Spanish words to learn! Follow along with tutor Sam H. to learn how to say the date in Spanish, including the months of the year in Spanish and days of the week. Video Recap - How to Say the Date in Spanish Time to learn some new Spanish vocabulary! Days of the Week in Spanish Lunes = Monday Martes = Tuesday Miércoles = Wednesday Jueves = Thursday Viernes = Friday Sábado = Saturday Domingo = Sunday Months of the Year in Spanish Enero = Jan
French Grammar Rules: What is the Subjunctive Mood?
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Learn to Count: Japanese Numbers 1 - 10 [Infographic]
When you're taking Japanese lessons, you will learn some basic Japanese vocabulary that will help you communicate. Learning the numbers is important to be able to read and write in Japanese. Here, language teacher Carol Beth L. gives you a basic intro to the Japanese numbers 1 - 10... Learning to count in a foreign language is vital. How much does something cost? What time is it? How many apples do you want from the supermarket? All these situations require numbers. In Japanese, the way you p
French on the Go: More Study Tips for Busy Students
There are always more ways to practice French in your daily life. Tutor Darcy C. shares how to study French as you go about your usual activities... Learning any language is just plain easier when you’re surrounded by native speakers, and learning French is no different. Yet for those of us who cannot move to France at the moment, there are other ways to bring France to us by making French part of our daily lives. Even if you don’t have much time to spare between lessons, check out these

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