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  1. Hello I'm looking for someone who wants to practice english speaking with me, so I can help learn spanish. it might be via skype or whatsapp. Thanks in advance.
  2. Le BLED Vocabulaire s’adresse à tous ceux qui désirent enrichir leur vocabulaire, pour améliorer leur expression écrite et orale : collégiens, lycéens, étudiants, candidats aux concours, adultes à la recherche d’un outil de référence... Un ouvrage de référence complet et un outil pédagogique efficace • Chaque thème, traité sur une double page, présente : - environ 100 mots, le plus souvent accompagnés de leur défi nition ; - les principales expressions usuelles liées à cette liste de mots ; - des exercices systématiques, pour s’entraîner et vérifi er le bon emploi des mots et des expressions. • En début d’ouvrage, les principales notions lexicales (formation des mots, niveaux de langue, fi gures de style, etc.) apportent des informations supplémentaires pour une meilleure compréhension de la langue. • En fi n d’ouvrage, une présentation des principales techniques d’écriture permettra de réussir les travaux d’écriture demandés au collège. • Les corrigés de tous les exercices Download
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  4. Hi, everyone! I'm native Russian speaker, just started to learn German (few months) and want to have practice, also i'm fluent in English I can also help with learning of Russian!
  5. Hi I need to write a text in german and i was wondering in anyone could read it and point out any problems with the grammar or sentences. I am a beginner in german and i wanna write a very simple text (simple sentences). I havent really figured out how to write umlauts on my keyboard so bear with me. (I suck with computers :-) ) Meine Reise nach Dublin. Sommer sind ich und meine Familie nach Dublin gefahren. Mein erste Tag in Dublin war viel spaB. Um 9 Uhr wecken ich habe fruhstuck. Nach den fruhstuck sind wir zuruck zu der Zimmer gegangen. Um 12 Uhr haben wir in der Stadt (shoppen?). Wir haben viele kleidung und Souvinieren gekauft. Darauf haben wir in einen gute Restaurant gegessen. Es war sehr gut essen. Darauf haben wir ein Tourist tour mitgenehmen. Wir haben viele gesehen. Wir haben Molly Malone statue, St. Patrick kirche und der posthause gesehen. wir haben auch einen Boot entlang der Flut Liffey genehmen. Es war echt cool! Darauf sind wir nach den Hotel zuruck gegangen. Meine Schwester und ich haben in der pool gebadet. Das wasser war warm und schön. Am Abend sind wir ins Kino gegangen. Wir haben Tarzan mit Alexander Skarsgård gesehen. Er ist ein Swedische Schauspieler. Der Film war sehr gut!. Nach der Film sind meine Schwester und ich nachtclub gegangen. wir haben viel stundenlang getanzt. Wir war totmude wenn wir ins Bett gegangen. Meine Reise nach Dublin war wunderbar und ich will bald zuruck fahren. I really hope i havent butchered your language :-)
  6. Bonjour à tous, I need some help with my translation of this text. The top is the original and the French at the bottom is what I've changed it to... Can you read this and see if there are any grammar issues/words that are translated wrong? Merci beaucoup! Ashley ANGLAIS: At a loss for words: Jean-Luc Godard’s new movie plays wicked games with subtitles The world’s critics, gathered in Cannes to see Jean-Luc Godard’s latest film last week. Godard’s art of subtitles sent the hordes screaming after three minutes. How dare he? How dare he translate only one word in five? When a character on screen said “L’argent est un bien public”, the English caption on the screen read “money public good”. With never more than three words on screen, widely spaced and sometimes even joined together, no pronouns and no verbs, Godard did what no other film director will ever dream of achieving: say merde to reality. He has just signed his own suicide note with his latest film, aptly named Film Socialisme. By refusing to play the game of subtitles, Godard is making his film unexportable outside the ever-shrinking Francophone world. But even there, his film requires Francophones to have a smattering of German, Italian and Russian as whole scenes in those languages are not translated at all. When Franco-German politician Daniel Cohn Bendit asked Godard two weeks ago about translation, he replied that he didn’t believe in it. It is perhaps no surprise that Godard subverted his subtitles for a film that takes place on one of those anonymous Mediterranean cruises where thousands of people of a dozen different nationalities are forever crossing without meeting. Godard rejects a world seemingly brought together by globalization that has in fact created a new cultural Babel wherein the new lingua franca, English, doesn’t pacify or unify. “Don’t translate, learn languages,” said Godard to Cohn-Bendit. The New Wave enfant terrible may well have a point. Adapted from: Agnès Poirier, Guardian Weekly, 28 May 2010 FRANCAIS: Les mots se manquent : Le nouveau film de Jean-Luc Godard joue des espiègles jeux avec des sous-titres. Les critiques du monde, réunis à Cannes pour voir le dernier film de Jean-Luc Godard la semaine dernière. L’art de Godard de sous-titres envoyé l’essaimage crie après trois minutes. Comment oser-il ? Comment oser-il traduire un seul mot dans cinq ? Quand un personnage dans l’écran dit « L’argent est un bien public », le sous-titre anglais lire « money public good ». Avec ne plus de trois mots jamais dans l’écran, espace largement et parfois lié même, pas de pronoms et pas de verbes, Godard a fait quel aucun autre réalisateur irait rêver accomplir : dire merde à la réalité. Il a signé justement son propre not de suicide avec son dernier film, avec une grande pertinence appelée « Film Socialisme ». En refuserait a joué le jeu de sous-titres, Godard fait son film inexportable à l’extérieur de constante diminution monde francophone. Mais même là, son film exige des francophones d’avoir une poignée de l’allemande, l’italien et le russe car des scènes entières dans les langues ne sont pas traduire du tout. Quand le politicien franco-allemand Daniel Cohn Bendit a demandé de Godard il y a deux semaines sur la traduction, il a répondu qu’il ne croyait pas en elle. Ce n’est peut-être pas de surprise que Godard subverti ses sous-titres pour un film qui se déroule dans une croisière anonyme méditerranéenne où des milliers de gens qui une douzaine nationalités différentes sont toujours croisement sans rencontre. Godard a rejeté un monde apparemment mis en contact par la mondialisation qui a en fait cru une nouvelle culturelle Babel dans quoi la nouvelle lingua franca, anglais, à ne pas faire calmer ou unifier. « À ne pas faire traduire, apprendre des langues » dit Godard à Cohn-Bendit. La Vague Nouvelle enfant terrible c’est peut-être à un point. Adapter de : Agnès Poirier, Guardian Weekly, 28 mai 2010.
  7. Convert this to bengali. My friend will give 5 bucks for it. See the attachment The Unknown Past1.docx
  8. Hallo I am Tess and I am new to this site.I am currently learning german in school and i am pleading with the nice german speaking people on this site for help. Can you say Triffst du Hans heute Abend? Are you seeing Hans tonight? if not then how do you say it?, also how do you translate to german: He hung the picture on the wall, Excuse me, can YOU help me, frau Mueller?, How do i get to the store?. I appreciate your help:-)
  9. Hey, anyone can help me to translate all these in Deutsch (German). Thank you. 1. On my semester break, me and brother went to the beach. 2. Pantai Merdeka is a popular tourist spot in Kedah. 3. On weekend, the place is visited by many people because it is the best place for family outing. 4. There are many things to do here, including swimming, boating to Tanjung Dawai, and so on. 5. There are also open sales outlets including restaurants, souvenirs, clothing and so on. 6. On the beach, there are two popular foods such as Mee Udang and ABC. 7. ABC(food) here is very tasty. Gunung Jerai is very popular for its food. 8. The beautiful sunset can be viewed in the evening. The highest mountain of Gunung Jerai can be seen here. 9. I came here because I want to feel the atmosphere of the beach and the food here.
  10. '............. With the consideration of nested alternative structure of choices among private tutoring in different class-size and self-selection problem...... ' I completely have no clue what 'nested alternative' means. can someone help me please to make those sentence easier to understand? sorry for my bad grammar
  11. Hi! Good morning! I´m just double checking this grammar point. This doubt came up in a Skype English class with a Spanish student. Which is correct? 1. The worst thing IS Spaniards. 2. The worst thing ARE Spaniards. Since a singular subject takes a singular verb, whereas a plural subject takes a plural verb, I believe option 1 to be correct. However, as a native, and I am sure natives would not be sure, option 2 sounds OK too! For an exam I would definately go for option 1. Any opinions?? Many thanks. Mark
  12. Hi everyone! I am new member here. I would like to say a little about my learning experience online. I registered at the Verbalplanet website. I want to improve my English. You can choose tutors there. My tutor was ma'am Nada. She was really friendly and patient. We practiced vocabulary. I really like the session. The website is not very expensive. The first lesson is free which is great. I will definitely keep going to classes and I recommend Verbalplanet for people who want to learn language from their homes.
  13. Hi everyone! My name is Nada, I'm a teacher of English language, currently working in one school in Serbia. Recently, I have started giving online lessons via Verbalplanet.com. I'm a tutor of both English and Serbian. If anyone is willing to try it out, I would like to help people to learn new language as much as possible The Verbalplanet.com offers free trial lessons and loyalty discounts as well. Thank you for taking your time to read this. Have a nice day!
  14. Hi all, I'd like to introduce a new app called MemoLingo. It's an addictive game but whilst playing we hope you will also learn new words in a new language. (or test out a language you vaguely know). Please give it a go and provide some feedback. We are actively looking to improve based on the responses we are getting. We think our app is less boring that the other language apps out there and are on a mission to make the most fun and effective language learning app! There are 10 language to choose from Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Russian, Spanish and more will be added soon. Please help us out. You can find more information here: http://www.memolingoapp.com available for IPad, IPhone, iPod: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1055010946 available on Android play store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.trianglecarrot.memolingo actually free on Android Amazon app store: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Triangle-Carrot-Ltd-MemoLingo-Languages/dp/B018BTCHGQ/ref=sr_1_1?s=mobile-apps&ie=UTF8&qid=1449827244&sr=1-1&keywords=memolingo
  15. It's not my site but... I believe you all might find it useful. WordBrewery is a new website that pulls sentences from the news. They are then categorized by level and topic. There's also a search bar so you can find specific words in context. Audio, translation, and the source article are included. It's also possible to save words and sentences to lists, and export these to Anki. It's currently free to use. Like every other app, all you need to do is register. Personally... I use it for German, as it doesn't have Hindi yet. But it's rather nice, because it's hard to find advanced materials for many languages I'm interested in, such as Modern Greek and Arabic. I use it as a warm up and to find context to words. I'm also considering using Anki, so if I decide to, I'll start exporting all my lists. Current Languages: Arabic Spanish French Italian Portuguese English Swedish Russian Serbian Japanese Modern Greek Polish Hungarian Ukrainian Norwegian Korean Chinese German
  16. My app Beelinguapp shows texts in two different languages side by side, and it is an audiobook at the same. It shows a karaoke animation to follow the audio. It has been getting some track lately and I would love to get some feedback! You can download it here (Android only for now): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.david.android.languageswitch
  17. Hi guys! My name is Emily, and I help translate health questions and answers into Spanish and Chinese for HealthTap. HealthTap is the leader in telehealth where doctors across 130 specialties can answer any health question for free and provide virtual consults 24/7 through our premium services. We are proud to announce that we have just launched HealthTap Translations, which will now allow people everywhere in the world access important information about their health online - no matter what language they speak! We are currently looking for volunteers to help us translate our library of doctor curated health questions and answers into different languages. This is a great way to practice medical terminology as well as gain exposure and experience in the translation space, as we’ve received high praise from Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Forbes, Fortune, and CNN. Most importantly, as a HealthTap Translator, you will spread health and wellness ideas to millions of users internationally each day. To sign up, please click here: https://www.healthtap.com/translate For any questions, feel free to email: translate@healthtap.com
  18. So I'm a long time linguaholic who has studied several languages but now I'm in a situation where it might be in my best interest to learn how to speak Arabic. I'm living in an area now with a considerable Arabic speaking population and Muslim culture here, and now whenever I'm out in the neighborhood I see and hear people speaking Arabic all the time so I think given my new neighborhood, it would be a good idea to learn some conversational Arabic. My goal is to be able to speak it and understand it when others speak it, but not necessarily to read or write it. Which dialect should I select as my new target language? Something specific or just standard Arabic? I believe my best bet would be to go for Darija (Moroccan Arabic) because I've identified some very strong Moroccan cultural influence in my new town. I don't know for sure what form of the language I keep hearing when I'm out though, so I'm unsure how to go about starting this new language project of mine. Again, my goal is to verbally communicate with the Arabic speaking population where I'm now living. Any advice from others studying Arabic would be welcome as I'm a beginner with no background in the language and I'm unsure how to begin.
  19. As a long-term language learner I've always been interested in ways to practice and learn. There are quite a few good learning apps available these days, but there aren't many good ones when it comes to actually using the language. I wanted something more like real dialogue with natives, so I've built (my day job is in web development) a web app that focuses on ability to express oneself naturally. Summary of features: Collaborate with a native-speaker (or work on your own) to describe a picture Get feedback from native-speakers Statistics + experience points to keep track of progress Languages: Chinese, English, Finnish, Japanese, Swedish The app is free to use (it's a side project of mine), but you need an invite code to register. Ask me and I'll send you one! This is a work in progress, and if you try this out and find you want some other features I'll happily consider adding them. Any feedback deeply appreciated! Idiomatic Forest /Erik
  20. Hello Everyone, My name is Emmanuel Skourtis and I am the author of a new line of lexicons about English - Spanish business communicating. Whether you are confident with your use of English and are just looking to add the finishing touches or have some anxieties about expressing yourself on key occasions, this book can be your safety net or your guardian angel. It is in your hands. By carefully studying the contents page, you can match your need with a particular set of phrases and expressions, tailor-made for very specific situations down to the very last detail. You can come back to it time and time again; it will never let you down.. Meetings, presentations, closing deals and pretty much everything else are situations covered by our books. What makes these business English books different? It deals with a series of subjects and scenarios straight from the authentic working environment. It is full of real and relevant everyday situations; Given that many of you might want to get a taste of our books here is a 89 pages free ebook covering materials from all the series, and figure out for yourself if it fits your needs. I would greatly appreciate your feedback and anything else for that matter. Don't forget to drop by Businessenglishbook.com and check the whole book collection.
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