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13 Asian Languages You Can Learn with Transparent Language Online Posted by on Sep 14, 2020

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Here at Transparent Language, we believe in the value of every language, regardless of the number of speakers, the economic value, or otherwise. That’s why we offer 100 languages in Transparent Language Online and continue to add new ones each year. For those interested in learning Asian languages, we currently offer courses and learning materials in 13 languages! Cambodian (Khmer)…

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Learn French With Transparent Language Online Posted by on Sep 8, 2020

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French is the third most-taught language in schools, and the fifth most spoken language in American homes. The US has a strong connection to the French language coming from all directions, be it the Franco-American settlers of New England and Maine to the Cajun and Houma speakers in Louisiana. 1.3 million people speak French in the…

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Learn Spanish with Transparent Language Online Posted by on Aug 31, 2020

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Spanish isn’t only the second most spoken language in the US after English, it’s also the most taught language in US schools. With Transparent Language Online, Spanish teachers, Spanish students, and even libraries have access to excellent Spanish resources for all levels. Beginner Spanish Courses The Essentials Course 30+ hours of Spanish learning organized into…

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The #1 Tool for Remote Language Teaching: A Library Card! Posted by on Aug 27, 2020

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We’re less than a week away from the beginning of September, and you know what that means! Back to school! Or stay-at-home school! Or hybrid school! Or… this used to be a lot more straight forward, didn’t it? Wherever your kids or students find themselves come September, the Unsung Superheroes of the Pandemic have got you…

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Tips for Reading in Your Target Language Posted by on Aug 14, 2020

One of the most exciting milestones of learning a language is reading a book written in that language for native speakers. Whether it’s a slim volume like Le Petit Prince or a massive epic such as Cien años de Soledad, to start and finish a book in your target language feels like a badge of…

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STAYCATION to THE NETHERLANDS Posted by on Aug 11, 2020

After all the hiking and climbing we did in Nepal, we slept the whole way to Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, even through the change in Dubai, which was odd. Meeting us in Amsterdam is composer, pianist, and ex-pat Heather Pinkham, who has lived and worked in the Netherlands since 2014 and is excited to show…

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What Learning Foreign Languages Teaches You About Your Own Language Posted by on Aug 6, 2020

Hyperpolylgot Richard Simcott recently posed an interesting question to his Twitter followers: what have you discovered about your own language through language learning? (And yes, he speaks so many languages that even autocorrect was  dumbfounded, suggesting hyperpolyglot wasn’t even a real word.)  What have you discovered about your own language through language learning? — Richard Simcott (@SpeakinFluently) July 19, 2020 The…

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