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Archive for March, 2012

Learn a Language – Naturally Posted by on Mar 29, 2012

Have you ever been bored? You don’t want to be where you are, or you’re watching a movie seems to take forever to end? The brain is like a child. It likes things that are relevant and interesting, things that will keep its attention for hours. Of course, when a language is new, it’s interesting…

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Improving Your Speaking Skills Posted by on Mar 19, 2012

Human speech organs can produce almost 800 different sounds. Babies and small children can hear all these possible phonemes, but soon develop a preference for the sounds they hear in their native language. Children also tend to be very good mimics which enables them to learn foreign languages faster and with native sounding accents. When…

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Expand Your Learning Posted by on Mar 19, 2012

Your language learning experience should never be limited to just the books and CDs of the language course alone. Here are some great ways to make it a part of your life! Web Sites The Internet is an endless resource for language learning materials. With just a few clicks, you can have newspapers, magazines, reference…

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Improving Your Listening Skills Posted by on Mar 19, 2012

When you are going through your daily routine, which one of these activities do you find yourself doing the most – Reading? Speaking? Writing? Listening? The top answer is listening. For most of the day, you listen to someone speaking to you, you listen to your MP3 player or streaming Internet radio, you overhear conversations,…

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What the **** did you just say? Posted by on Mar 13, 2012

How Transparent Language Handles Teaching Language Learners Everything They Need to Know. And We Mean Everything. Profanity.  It’s a fact of everyday life, the preferred method of self-expression amongst teenagers, and the secret longing of most foreign language students. Almost as soon as the basics of numbers and greetings are learned, like clockwork, learners start to ask…

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