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The Best Way to Learn German — a Rundown

The Best Way to Learn German — a Rundown Practice speaking sentences over and over In your by-yourself home practice, the best way to learn German or any other language is to take a sentence you are working on and say it over and over to yourself. Repetition is a huge factor in memorization and […]

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Posted on November 15, 2018 by   Language Covered: German | 

How To Read and Write In Arabic: Part 3

How To Read and Write in Arabic: Part 3 Reading and writing in Arabic is a difficult task to undertake, primarily because the language is written right to left (the same as Hebrew, for any experienced in that language). Live Lingua Arabic teacher Rana Saad Makhlouf is here to make the process easier. In this […]

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Posted on November 14, 2018 by   Language Covered: Arabic | 

Common German Phrases

Common German Phrases Learning common German phrases is a great way to make your trip to a German-speaking country much more enjoyable. Here is a quick primer that you can print out and take with you. ich — I er — he sie — she es — it wir — we du — singular you  […]

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Posted on November 13, 2018 by   Language Covered: German | 

The Matrix Of Language Learning Technology

Matrix (\’ma-triks\) – noun – something within or from which something else originates, develops, or takes form. Have you ever wanted to wake up one morning and think “I know French” or “I know Spanish” or any other language in the world?  Just like we saw Neo do with Kung-Fu in the movie The Matrix.  […]

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Posted on November 12, 2018 by   Language Covered: Other | 

Spanish Greetings & Basic Conversation

Spanish Greetings and Basic Conversation Speaking the local language on your travels has many advantages; from ordering scrumptious food and making appropriate accommodation arrangements to connecting with interesting people and avoiding all kinds of trouble. Now, do you have to become fluent in Spanish before you get on that plane? Not necessarily. But it would […]

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Posted on November 12, 2018 by   Language Covered: Spanish | 

Greetings in English

Greetings in English Greeting someone in English is often more informal than it is in many other languages, largely because there are so many accepted ways to greet someone and of those, a high percentage are originally derived from slang terms that have made their way into the mainstream. These common greetings in English will […]

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Posted on November 9, 2018 by   Language Covered: English | 

The Italian Verb Avere

The Italian Verb Avere The food, the romance, the wine — Italy is an incredible place, and being able to speak at least some basic Italian will make your trip much more enjoyable. In this quick video, Live Lingua Italian teacher Luisa Ardego breaks down the Italian verb avere. Understanding the customs, traditions, and even […]

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Posted on November 7, 2018 by   Language Covered: Italian | 

Live Lingua Student Interview Series: Nicole S.

Live Lingua Student Interview Series: Nicole S. “What most impressed us has been the quality of the instruction.” Today we’re happy to bring you an interview with Nicole. There’s a bit of a caveat here — while Nicole speaks to her experience with Live Lingua Spanish Teacher Paula Santacruz, she isn’t the one taking the […]

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Posted on November 6, 2018 by   Language Covered: Spanish | 

The Best Way to Learn French — A Rundown

The Best Way To Learn French — A Rundown Practice speaking sentences over and over Think about the last time you took on the task of learning something completely new to you. What was the key to getting the material or information to stick? Odds are that repetition played a big part. When learning French, […]

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Posted on November 5, 2018 by   Language Covered: French | 

How To Interview for a Teaching Job – Best Practices

How To Interview for a Teaching Job: Best Practices Teaching others is your passion. You’ve dedicated your life to get where you are now — going through years of schooling and spending time as a student teacher learning the ropes in the classroom. Now, it’s time to interview for the job. Submitting a resume and […]

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Posted on November 2, 2018 by   Language Covered: Twiducate |