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Study more, study better, learn English faster: Transparent Language Tip Posted by on Apr 29, 2014

Transparent Language is a company that is passionate about helping language learners succeed. That is one reason we offer this (and many other) free blogs for learning specific languages. We also offer A LOT of other resources to language learners, which you can learn more about at www.transparent.com. Today I wanted to let you know…

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How to read more in English, everyday. Posted by on Apr 24, 2014

Learning a new language requires practice, a lot of practice. There are many ways to practice of course: taking/attending class, talking with other language learners, talking with native speakers, reading, learning online, watching movies or TV shows, and so on. Today I am going to provide you with a number of resources to help you…

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Aye, aye, captain. Posted by on Apr 22, 2014

Today’s post is all about the military; the different branches of the military in the United States, some history about the American military, and military related vocabulary.  To start I should let you know that I was a “military kid” or “military brat” growing up. “Military brat” is your first vocabulary word of this post. …

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American Easter traditions Posted by on Apr 17, 2014

This weekend will be Easter weekend for Christians around the world. It is a holiday celebrating the end of Lent and the resurrection of Jesus Christ after his crucifixion. Easter, like many holidays in the United States, is a religious holiday, but also a cultural holiday. Today we are going to look at some…

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Diplomacy and working out conflicts Posted by on Apr 15, 2014

Diplomatic affairs have been in the news a lot lately, particularly related to the United States, Europe, and Russia, which makes it a great time to review some vocabulary related to international diplomacy, as well as words related to speaking in a diplomatic way. First let’s take a look at some vocabulary related to international…

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