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The ideas below are all geared up to improve your child’s French skills outside of the classroom, which I have encouraged other parents to do and have tried and tested on my own children! My focus here is for you and your … Continue reading
I’ve asked today’s guest blogger, Lisa Stiefel, to help shed some light for those who want to get started learning a language. Lisa does Language Services like Language Training, Copywriting, Proofing, Editing, and Translation. You can check out her blog … Continue reading
Ladies and gents.. I’d like to introduce some fine minds that I have found to help give feedback to your language exchange community. Find out how to join the team. Kristin Nicole Ritchie — Dallas, TX, Native Language: English Practicing … Continue reading
The other day I wrote about my experience moving to Spain after college and teaching English. I did it almost 2 years in of real world job experience.. oooh scary. The great thing is I meet people all the time … Continue reading
Here is a fun quiz where you guess what the language is. Hopefully it can introduce you to some new languages. Take the Quiz Leave a comment with your results and/or thoughts. Enjoy! Janelle
Since this week’s blogs are ‘Chinese’ themed. I’ve compiled a list of Mandarin – language learning resources. Let’s learn Chinese Mandarin! Difficulty level? — Some say that Chinese isn’t as difficult as say French. To an English speaker all those … Continue reading
I was sent these videos of Spanish love songs with 1 and 2 semesters of Spanish. (Thanks Katie) They are pretty comical so I thought I’d share.
There are many ways to improve a language. Writing is a great way to improve your skills while communicating with others. Here are some ideas of how to practice… 1. Write a Blog – Use a blog to practice your … Continue reading
In a Texas, a school district has revised it’s curriculum after parents are up in arms about the fact that Arabic Studies would be taught to their children. The program is apart of a 5 year, $1.3 million federal Foreign … Continue reading