Archive for August, 2012

Maintain Your Language Health Posted by on Aug 28, 2012

Imagine having a car. You drive it to work, you go out of town. What if you forget to maintain it? Oh, you put in the oil when you remember to but you haven’t yet added grease to the axles or you might get around to checking on that noise next week. How long do…

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A Language Course in Your Pocket Posted by on Aug 27, 2012

If I were to tell you that you can get a complete language course that will teach you how to communicate in practically any situation in your choice of dozens of languages for less than ten dollars – you might think I’m crazy or you might want to know where to find such courses, right?…

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One Picture Says a Thousand Words Posted by on Aug 15, 2012

When you see a picture, what goes through your mind? Can you describe it to someone? Or can they describe it to you and you can see in your imagination what they’re describing? How about describing a situation to your friend who wasn’t there but can imagine what happened based on your description of it?…

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The Rosetta Stone Posted by on Aug 3, 2012

The Rosetta Stone is, in my opinion, one of the greatest contributions to languages and language learning in history. Before you get to asking, I’m talking about the black granite stone you see in the picture. What is the Rosetta Stone and why is it such a big deal? The stone itself is inscribed with…

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We’ve Got you Covered – Online Language Learning for Schools Posted by on Aug 1, 2012

A great language-learning program should, first and foremost, prepare students for all of the amazing opportunities they’re likely to encounter once they successfully move on from school. However, a really great program doesn’t just focus on the needs of the student; it should support those of the educator, as well. We’ve created Transparent Language Online…

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