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The Secret Method for Learning Any Language: Rhythm

The Secret Method for Learning Any Language: Rhythm

Interested in learning a new language quickly? Want it to be fun? You've come to the right place! In this article, you'll read about a simple yet little-known method for making any language easier to learn...   It takes a long time to learn a new language. You can spend over 250 hours studying a language and only reach minimum proficiency. Some of the more complex languages, like Japanese and Arabic, can require twice as much studying compared to, say Spanish or French. If you don' … Read More

The Secret Method for Learning Any Language: Rhythm
Interested in learning a new language quickly? Want it to be fun? You've come to the right place! In this article, you'll read about a simple yet little-known method for making any language easier to learn...   It takes a long time to learn a new language. You can spend over 250 hours studying a language and only reach minimum proficiency. Some of the more complex languages, like Japanese and Arabic, can require twice as much studying compared to, say Spanish or French. If you don'
Math Help: Support Your Kids When You Have No Clue Where to Start
Is your child struggling in school? You probably know that having a few tools to aid your child with math help is better than just one single approach. While hiring a private tutor can be a huge help, what happens the rest of the week in between meetings with the tutor is also important. So how can you as a parent help your child learn math when the tutor isn't sitting alongside you? Here are some ideas: Have a Positive Attitude One of the biggest hurdles you need to overcome in order to be
Living With Dyslexia | How to Overcome Learning Disorders
Typical classroom settings can be a struggle for students with learning disorders like dyslexia - but fortunately, there are ways to overcome your struggles and stay on track. Here, Redmond, WA and online tutor David S. shares his story...   Many people reading these words I type have always taken for granted the ease with which they can read them. I am not one of them, because I grew up with dyslexia. The experience of actually having the learning disorder has always been difficu
What's the Best Way to Learn a New Language? Find Out the Truth
Once you've decided you want to learn a new language, you need to determine which method to use. Researching the wide selection of learning materials and methods, however, can be overwhelming. Countless programs claim they're the "best way to learn a language," and that they will help you speak like a native in just a few days. With so many options to choose from, how can you know which of these claims you can trust? How can you determine the best way to learn a new language, for you?
Why Is College Writing So Much Harder Than High School?
Struggling with your college assignments? Learn the truth about college writing skills, and the changes you'll need to make to succeed, in this article by NJ teacher Matthew H...   In another post, I had discussed the relationship between academic and creative writing. Bottom line: no difference. Good writing is good writing. So why is it that most university level expository writing (and similarly titled courses) demand so much more than even AP level high school English classes?

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