The Best Way To Learn English

Here at Live Lingua, we’re all about making your language learning journey as fun and enjoyable as possible. One of the biggest things our students ask for is written assistance with English verb tense. The best way to learn English is to memorize the tenses, and use them in immersive conversation. Here, we’ll cover the […]

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Posted on September 20, 2019 by   Language Covered: English | 

The Difference Between Saber and Conocer

Spanish Verbs for ‘TO KNOW’: SABER vs. CONOCER There are two irregular verbs, Saber and Conocer, that mean ‘to know’ in the Spanish language. Spanish is full of similar contrasts — por vs para, for example. It is not strange to have a pair of Spanish verbs that share the same English translation. Other samples […]

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Posted on September 16, 2019 by   Language Covered: Spanish | 

The Best Way To Learn Italian

Before you head to Italy, take the time to research basic phrases, questions, and vocabulary. Even a small bit of the Italian language and knowledge of customs and traditions will make the trip more enjoyable and interactive. As you learn to speak, read, and hopefully even write in Italian, you will find yourself more engaged […]

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Posted on September 14, 2019 by   Language Covered: Italian | 

Argentinian Slang Terms

Argentinian Spanish: What makes it unique? Many would say it is the variety of Argentinian Slang Terms. Spanish is spoken over 20 nations around the world; nonetheless Argentinian Spanish is quite different to the Spanish spoken in the Iberian Peninsula. The spelling doesn’t change amongst territories like it does in British and American English; what […]

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Posted on September 12, 2019 by   Language Covered: Spanish | 

3 English Tips for Portuguese Speakers

If you’re a Portuguese speaker who is trying to learn about the English language for some time now, you would know that the process can easily turn into something quite intimidating. After all, your primary means of communication is a language that uses not just different words but also various tones and intonations. For example, […]

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Posted on September 9, 2019 by   Language Covered: Portuguese | 

Will learning Spanish Help Your Career? If You are a Teacher, the Answer is “Yes!”

In competitive jobs markets like the ones teachers have to thrive in, it has become increasingly important to go equipped with an arsenal of truly sought after talents. It is always recommended that when you start hunting for teaching jobs or other career opportunities you should aim to cover the list of requirements the vacancy […]

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Posted on September 9, 2019 by   Language Covered: Spanish | 

The Effect of Music and Song on Language-Learning

Whether you love music or not, there’s something to be said about its ability to help you learn a language effectively. But despite what many say about the process, it’s not as simple as putting together a Spotify playlist. If you want to learn a language using music and songs successfully, then you need the […]

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Posted on September 5, 2019 by   Language Covered: Other | 

How To Introduce Yourself In Arabic

One of the first things you’ll need to learn when studying Arabic is how to introduce yourself in the Arabic language. If you’re traveling through an Arabic speaking country, being able to introduce yourself in the local tongue is going to be of great value. Here in this video, Live Lingua Arabic language teacher Najeeb […]

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Posted on September 2, 2019 by   Language Covered: Arabic | 

Spanish Future Tense

Compared to the Spanish past tenses, the conjugation models for the future tense in Spanish seem way easier to understand. So be hopeful and confident that you will conquer the Spanish language Grammar and that a bright future awaits. Here is our complete guide to Spanish Future Tense and its conjugation and use. Let’s begin! […]

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Posted on August 29, 2019 by   Language Covered: Spanish | 

Spanish Months of the Year

Did you know that, after parting ways with Garfunkel, folk artist Paul Simon recorded a Latin-rhythms-influence song named “Me and Julio Down by the School Yard”? The irony, at least as far as we’re concerned, is quite thick. Perhaps Paul was a big fan of the month of July. Regardless, learning the months of the […]

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Posted on August 26, 2019 by   Language Covered: Spanish |