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Idioms are an excellent way to learn a language. If you’re having trouble learning or writing a new language, one way to better understand its grammar and structure is by learning its idioms. Take the Russian language; for example, this old and hardy language is spoken by many people living in and out of Russia. […]

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When learning a new language, we first listen, then speak, then read, and finally write. These four skills are vital when it comes to mastering a language. While some individuals prefer listening to audio tapes to grip a specific language, others opt to read consistently and skip listening or speaking. Everyone has a different technique […]

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While the concept of “a word” is surprisingly difficult to define with any accuracy, it still makes sense to divide that nebulous idea into more concrete and manageable categories. One way of doing that is to split words into content and function words. The category names themselves already provide a bit of insight into what […]

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Anyone who has ever tried learning a small(er) language can tell you how difficult it is to find good resources for self-study. Unlike English or Spanish, for example, that everyone wants (and needs) to learn, languages with few speakers provide less incentive for developers to create learning tools for. And so good resources are few […]

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One of the most important goals for any ESL student is to gain conversational skills. It’s crucial that you give your students plenty of opportunity to converse with each other, but sometimes it can be challenging to think of new topics for your students to practice speaking. Here are six fun speaking topics for your […]

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Having creative writing prompts that help you learn a new language is a great idea. A lot of people really don’t know a lot about all this, but we got you covered. We will help you understand this and learn that dream language faster. Now, let’s do a little introduction about this. First, we’ll break […]

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As we covered in the first part, the brain seems to lose some of its natural ability to make new memories as it gets older. While this is simply a part of life, it can also be somewhat annoying if you’re trying to learn a new language. That’s why you should consider adjusting your language […]

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Learning new vocabulary is one of those things you simply can’t do without when acquiring a foreign language. It’s impossible to speak, write, or understand anything without knowing the words, isn’t it? And that presents a big problem for many older language learners, who struggle with committing new vocabulary items to memory. While it does […]

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