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Learning a second language can be time-consuming and challenging, but in the end, it is completely worth it. For starters, learning a new language can get you to connect with people from different cultures more easily; you’ll be able to communicate with them in their own language and thus, develop a long-lasting relationship. It will […]

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_Estonia#/media/File:South_Estonian_today.PNG You probably haven’t thought that much about Estonian before. After all, it is only spoken in a very tiny part of Europe and the chances that you’ve heard the language spoken are quite slim, as there are only around a million people in the world, whom you could listen to. But, great things come […]

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It’s always a wonderful idea to find out fun and quirky facts about the language you’re learning to help keep your motivation high. So, if you’re currently trying to wrap your head around Dutch, we’ve got you covered. Below, you’ll find six interesting facts about the Dutch language and culture to keep you interested in […]

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As the other Romance languages, Catalan developed from Latin. More specifically, the version of Latin spoken on the Iberian peninsula. The variants of Latin preferred by the commoners and spoken in the various corners of the empire were called Vulgar Latin. Over time, Vulgar Latin (the non-standard kinds) changed into the several members of the […]

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As is the case with most languages spoken natively in the region today called “China”, Cantonese is among the Sino-Tibetan languages. It is a major language spoken in southeastern China. Actually, calling the collection of languages spoken in China “Chinese” is almost like saying French, Italian, and Romanian are actually Latin since the differences in […]

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