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  1. 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!
  2. Hi everyone! I want to talk you about Parlam, a website where you can fins online transaltion jobs. Parlam is a market place for translators and for the person who need them, a place to find the others. This model of the marketplace connect both parties and offers several advantages. From the perspective of the complainant, he will be able to have native translators in several languages, including minority ones, receiving a professional service. For the translator, this business model allows you to earn peace of mind because it ensures the collection and fairer margins, thanks to the elimination of intermediaries. Parlam was born seven years ago in Barcelona with a platform that helps large companies manage large volumes of translations in multiple languages. In addition to great savings, Parlam allows you to manage 1,000 simultaneous translations in 10 languages, with many translators and proofreaders, without having to send a single file or email. All automated through its platform. Check the website to find more information!
  3. Regards, How you doing guys? Does anyone of you know to get certificated for proficiency in Arabic language or get any type of certification to acknowledge someone's knowledge, like the TOEIC in English, JLPT in Japanese, etc. ? By the way, according to your opinions, What's the best middle east country to live in?
  4. We're growing our #Slack community of language teachers who'd like to share resources and materials! Join now!
  5. Hi! I'm Ryan, 17 years old from the US. My main goal is to learn German, preferably from a native speaker, but if you're fluent I'd gladly accept your help I can help you learn English in exchange too, as it's what I'm fluent in. If you're interested please leave a response, thanks!
  6. Hello, everyone! Many people want to know another language, but not so many want to actually learn it. And it’s understandable as no one likes studying. But what if I tell you that there is another way? That learning process can be exciting and enjoyable. Simply because you will learn a language doing whatever you like! Basically, I've created a book dedicated to learning any language as easily as possible while enjoying the process! It's called "MY KEY TO NAILING ANY LANGUAGE" I intend to share what I’ve discovered for myself over the years and hope that it’ll help you as well! First of all, here's a sample of the full book: https://sitdownandwatchme.files.wordpress.com/2017/08/my-key-to-nailing-any-language-sample.pdf It’s not a full version, but you can still find simething useful in it! And a full book is here: https://payhip.com/b/WKTO Good luck on your language learning journey!
  7. Lingopolo is a great free language learning tool: http://lingopolo.com/ It is still at an early stage of development but is already very useful to learn to speak Thai, French or Dutch. You can help improving the content of the website and promote your language! Find more information here: http://lingopolo.com/volunteer
  8. Lingopolo just became 100% free and intends to become the Wikipedia of the language-learning world. You should definitely try it: http://lingopolo.com/
  9. Hi guys! My name is Nada and I'm a native speaker of Serbian language. If anyone is interested in learning it, I would be more than glad to help him or her to acquire it as quicky as possible. Serbian is spoken by a minority of world's population and the grammar and pronunciation might be difficult to master but alongside the proper guidance and practice it can be fun and easy. Whoever is willing to learn it through the guidance of a native tutor, go to the following link http://www.verbalplanet.com/publicviewprofile.asp?tr_id=10033862908&lang=SER . I also teach English language since I obtain BA and MA in English language and literature. Hope to see some of you soon, have a nice day
  10. Hey there guys lately I've come across some very insightful language lifehack tips and I wanna share them with you. Here you can find them http://hackit4me.com/2017/04/05/language-lifehacks-to-improve-your-language-learning/
  11. 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.
  12. 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
  13. Love learning new words? Want to use those you know now more accurately and confidently? Then give The Word of the Day Podcast a listen! Among language podcasts, it's one-of-a-kind. Includes: - Words you can really use. - Explanations that make sense. - Fascinating word origins. - Usage examples from everyday life and classic literature. - Fun bonus segments. - Plenty of humor and the occasional pun. - Punchy, action-packed episodes--most between 5-10 minutes. Does NOT include: - Jargon, boring words, excessively fancy or pretentious words, random slang. - Someone just reading stuff out of a dictionary and expecting the meaning to be obvious. - Long-winded etymologies where roots are parsed in nine different languages. - Anything except the excitement of discovering and discussing the best language has to offer. Every episode, we do our best to live up to our credo: "useful words, pleasantly explained." Season 1 (on iTunes!) just finished--language fans, have at it! Jamie Silva Host of The Word of the Day Podcast iTunes: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/podcasts-wotdpodcast/id1193108780 Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-934588746-565122450 Word of the Day Podcast Website: https://www.wotdpodcast.com
  14. JLPT N5 Exam is able to Reading, listening and comprehend conversations about topics regularly encountered in daily life and classroom situations, and is able to pick up necessary information from short conversations spoken and written in hiragana, katakana, and basic kanji slowly. Talking Flash Cards is an imaginative and fun technique for learning in the Japanese language Fast and Free and culture at your own particular settlement. Our language get ready framework comprises of Japanese Language Podcast, JLPT N5 Exam (Japanese Language Proficiency Test), Japanese Audio Lessons, and video lessons. If you need to take this, then visit at www.talkingflashcards.com.
  15. The best way to learn a language is through the culture of that place. We at http://wanderlustlearn.com/ make sure you get to do that. Check it out.
  16. Dear Colleagues, We inform all of you that some articles have been published at REGISTER Journal, Language & Language Teaching Journals, a Journal of State Institute for Islamic Studies (IAIN) Salatiga, Indonesia, with Print ISSN: 1979-8903 and Online ISSN: 2503-040X . It is the International Journal that has been indexed by DOAJ, IPI/Portal Garuda, ISJD, Moraref, Google Scholar, One Search Indonesia, etc. Please visit the online version of REGISTER Journal via Google search engine by using keywords “REGISTER Journal IAIN Salatiga” or click this website link URL: http://journalregister.iainsalatiga.ac.id/index.php/register/index/ These are the articles published at REGISTER Journal, Language & Language Teaching Journals for Volume 9, No.2 , December 2016: Vol 9, No 2 (2016) REGISTER JOURNAL Table of Contents of Articles LET THE GAME BEGIN: ERGODIC AS AN APPROACH FOR VIDEO GAME TRANSLATION Sf. Lukfianka Sanjaya Purnama, Sf. Luthfie Arguby Purnomo, Dyah Nugrahani PDF IMPROVING STUDENTS’ LISTENING SKILL THROUGH SHADOWING Mukminatus Zuhriyah PDF CREATING AN ENGLISH COMPUTER GAME AS AN INTERACTIVE MATERIAL IN TEACHING ENGLISH TO YOUNG LEARNER (TEYL) Aprilian Ria Adisti PDF DEVELOPING TEACHERS’ GUIDE TO USE FACEBOOK GROUP IN A BLENDED WRITING COURSE (A Research and Development in IAIN Surakarta) Roko Patria Jati PDF THE USE OF PUPPET: SHIFTING SPEAKING SKILL FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF STUDENTS’ SELF-ESTEEM Suesthi Maharani PDF RESOURCE BASED LEARNING FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING ENGLISH IN DIGITAL ENVIRONMENTS Muhammad Nazil Iqdami PDF THE USE OF TEACHING BRITISH PARLIAMENTARY DEBATE THROUGH ANDROID APPLICATION, VIDEO, AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATION TO IMPROVE THE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILLS Surya Agung Wijaya Furthermore, we also invite you and your colleagues to publish research-based and non-research articles REGISTER Journal, Language & Language Teaching Journals, a Journal of State Institute for Islamic Studies (IAIN) Salatiga, Indonesia, with Print ISSN: 1979-8903 and Online ISSN: 2503-040X for : Volume 10, No.1, June 2017 The Deadline will be 1st March 2016. For more info contact: Dewi Wahyu Mustikasari: dewi.w.mustikasari@gmail.com (Editor).
  17. What's a better way to learn a language without learning its culture? At http://wanderlustlearn.com/, we help you to learn German in a fun and interesting way ! Check it out!
  18. Which decomposition option of the Chinese character 天 tiān ‘sky’ is correct? 1. 二 èr two, 人 rén man 2. 一 yī one, 大 dà big 3. 一 yī one, 大 dà big, 一 yī one, 人 rén man 4. 一 yī one, 一 yī one, 大 dà big, 一 yī one, 人 rén man 5. All options are correct
  19. How many high fluency level languages can your brain handle? How many languages have you studied and how many of them does your brain maintain at a time? Also, in your experience, have their been certain languages that seem to choose you and draw you in more than other languages you've attempted to learn? For instance, do you go for certain families of languages over others?
  20. Hi there everyone. My name is Kelsey. I am learning several languages, but this month I am working intensively on conversational Hindi. I keep a log of my weekly progress here. I'm close to C1/C2 in German, which I will be pursuing later in the year. When I'm not working on my job portfolio, I enjoy reading, writing, the news, drawing, anime, video games and linguistics.
  21. "Sharek Centre is a new hub of Arabic language and culture based in London, built upon the principle of sharing and mutual exchange. With a new interactive approach, Sharek offers an extensive range of language courses and programmes to suit everyone. Some of our courses include Short Comminicative Arabic courses, Fast track courses, courses for Heritage learners(plus Quranic) and fun courses such as learning through drama, learning through cooking etc" A fantastic opportunity to taste our approach would be to participate on our open days on the 14th and 17th and they can send us an email to get more info at info@sharekcentre.com
  22. Hi, I am 15 years old and live in Belgium. I've made my own language based on Dutch, since that is my native language, so I wanted to ask you what you think about it. It has grammar and spelling rules. Exemple: Minyèr é Mifrå Düllin, få Privet Drive Fire, šin ghát trót på så det šé pèrfèk normol šin ghát, tak jã yèl fèl. Šé šin ghát mèst låt mènzh jã fèvak bã ýits rår šin bãtrèk-bin, utát šé ýivün ní myètun på det usin. Minyèr Düllin šin ghát direktör på è firma nåm-bin Grüniñs, vi bórzh mákh ghát. Hã šin ghát è gru, flèši mann mit binå ní nek, mó hã yèb ghát è yèl gru snòr. Mifrå Düllin šin ghát tünn é blãt é yèb ghát binå Tvó mall normol iufèlet nek, vá nüsik šin ghát utát sã só fèl tit turbrèñ ghát á še kik uur tûnièkzh, á še spiòner på bürzh. Düllinzh yèb ghát è klėn són nåm-bin Dudli é i hün mènin r šin ghát ní bèr yuñ tó hün. Transaltion: Mr and Ms Dursley, from Privet Drive four, were proud to say that they were perfectly normal, thank you very much. They were the last people you expect to be involved by something weird, because they don't participate to that nonsense. Mr Dursley was the director of a firma called Grunnings, who/that made drills. He was a big, meaty man with almost no neck, but he had a very large moustache. Mrs Dursley was skinny and blonde and had almost two times the normal amount of neck, which was useful because she spent so much time watching over gardenfences, spying the neighbours. The Dursleys had one small son called Dudley and in their opinion there was no better boy than him. (From Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone by J.K. Rowling) GRAMMAR So for past tense (e.g. he was) I used the verb 'šin' (to be) and I add 'ghát', from the Dutch word 'gehad' (had), so you say 'Hã šin ghát direktör', which litterally translates to 'He is had director'. You also don't inflect verbs, so you say 'ö šin, jã šin, hã/sã šin, vi šin, yul šin, šé šin' (I be, you be, he/she be, we be, you be, they be). If you have a past participle you have the verb and you just add '-bin' (e.g. nåm-bin (called)). The bin is from the Dutch word 'ben' wich means 'to be', so you litterally say 'to name-to be). You don't use articles, so instead of 'the cow is eating' you say 'cow is eating' (ku èt). For the plural form of a word you add '-zh' so 'ku' (cow) in plural will be 'kuzh' PRONOUNCIATION: å ~ far ã ~ where š ~ shoot é ~ may è ~ where zh ~ like š, but softer ò ~ pork ó ~ boat ö ~ further ü ~ Für Elise u ~ you ñ ~ long The 'r' is rolled like in Spanish (or Dutch, or any other language with a rolling r) So thank you for reading the full article, and I'd love to know your opinion, thank you very much.
  23. 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
  24. Hello! I am a native Spanish speaker, how are you all today? I have a perfect domain of English because I’ve been learning with a British English teacher on skype, I never trust online classes but I am now so happy and grateful with my friendly teacher, he is so organized and makes every lesson very interactive, he also adapts to your avalability of time. I leave you here his website for you to know him better just in case you decide to join in this awesome experience. www.british-english-teacher.com
  25. 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.