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  1. Ahoj! I would like to promote my language web TriLinguis: http://www.trilinguis.esy.es/ a place I have recently started from where three languages will be taught online: Czech, Spanish and English. For now the Czech section exists on the web as I´m yet trying to figure it out. I have a Phd degree and a lot of resources. So if you are interested don´t hesitate to leave me a message! See you soon, Jana Connect me on fb: https://www.facebook.com/TriLinguis-1162660410469482/
  2. 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!
  3. Hello! I am Marina. I am a qualified language teacher and native Spanish speaker with experience teaching Spanish as a foreign language. I love languages and I also combine my Spanish teacher job with teaching English and Italian to students from different parts of the world. You can visit my website to book a free trial session and learn more about the Academy. Be welcome to Marina Languages!
  4. Hi guys! I am excited to share with you my website with online language courses: Beyond the Language Barrier. So far I've created a Business English course (which is free!), and an Italian for beginners course (you can check the first couple of lectures for free). I am now working on other courses but I what I'm trying to focus on is keeping people motivated to learn a language, I know how hard that is sometimes. Anyway, I am open to all sorts of feedback, and suggestions for other language courses. Cheers, Lily
  5. 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
  6. 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.
  7. Hey guys! I as a German learner myself, I have always searched new ways to improve my current language skill. What I want to recommend to try out is https://bliubliu.com/en/learning/challenge/german-in-30-days/?utm_source=af&utm_campaign=p.j&utm_medium=g.j Basically, it is an online course, or 30 day challenge, where an native speaker is guiding you through the process. It is fun and easy to follow! Also, other learners will keep you motivated. Let's make language learning easy!
  8. Hi everyone, I am Liu Bin. Are you looking for Chinese tutoring? Try to search lightbeijing.com. Benefit from the LightBeijing: 1. 1 on 1 real teacher online Chinese classes. 2. More than 20 Chinese courses are provided. 3. Various learning materials fit your needs and wants. 4. Convenient booking system. (Anywhere, anytime) 5. Qualified and experienced teachers who are from Beijing (Not dialects, no accents). 6. Competitive prices. (Start at 5.33USD/LESSON) More details, please visit www.lightbeijing.com Contact me, you can get special discount. My contact: Liu Bin Mobile: +86 18518779129 What’s app: 18518779129 Facebook Messenger: andyliu810128 Wechat: andyliu810128 Skype: liubin810128@hotmail.com Website: www.lightbeijing.com
  9. How I learned Spanish?CHECK IT OUT

    I've recently signed up for the free trial of Rocket Spanish, which includes free access to the full course for six days. This is my review of using and testing it for that limited period of six days. After the trial period you can decide whether you want to cancel your account or keep it. I did the latter because I fell in love with it (more about this later). While the majority of Spanish learning programs continue to use traditional methods such as word repetition and picture matching exercises, Rocket Languages claims to "have tipped conventional language learning on its head" and formulated what I personally found to be a very engaging and interactive program to learn Spanish on your computer, tablet, or phone. Studies have shown that the problem with the dated "image-recall" method of learning is that it suits children, but does not suit teenagers and young adults. This is because the brain evolves from being like a sponge in childhood to being less porous in adulthood. The best way for an adult to learn a language is to use his/her native language as the main learning assistant and a multi faceted learning approach using a variety of educational materials. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE COURSE How it works Rocket Spanish has adopted this modern approach to language learning. Each lesson is different, using quizzes, games, evaluation tests, and cultural language lessons to engage the learner on multiple levels. The wide variety of lessons is an entertaining aspect and allows the learner to immerse him/herself in the flow of the program in a fun and exciting way. There are fewer word repetition exercises and redundant matching games to be found than in more traditional language learning software, which, frankly, also makes it a lot less boring. Another aspect of this course is the focus on colloquial language. The program teaches the learner to speak as everyday locals speak, which means that when you visit a Spanish speaking country you will possess vocabulary commonly used among local people in the streets, which is, in my opinion, the only true angle to tackle it from. This program can quite quickly take you from basic to fluent speaking if you put the time into it. The sheer volume of user interaction makes the program exciting and engaging. The program is multi platform compatible, which means that you can use it on a range of portable devices such as tablets and smartphones, particularly useful for people with busy schedules who want to learn on the go. The bonus Survival Kit and cultural lessons provide another key learning platform that other programs tend to neglect. You will learn cultural sensitivity and gain a proficient understanding of the country's people and customs. This is extremely beneficial for expats or business people abroad in a Spanish speaking country. Summary Fun, interactive, engaging, and easy to use. Provides a comprehensive language and cultural learning experience. Lessons can be transferred to portable devices for learning on the go. Highly affordable, offering far more value than direct competitors. You may try the full course for 6 days with no purchasing obligation. No skills assessment at the beginning. Lacks advanced writing exercises. Conclusion I found Rocket Spanish being the most engaging and convenient to use compared to the others. The program is highly effective in teaching a coherent combination of vocabulary and conversational skills. It eliminates the cultural and colloquial barriers previously faced by Spanish language learners and provides a comprehensive learning experience that can be taken abroad. The forums allow students to ask questions and interact with tutors and other students. The community is an essential motivating factor for success.
  10. Rocket Spanish is an online Spanish course by Rocket Languages. It's the biggest selling course in the Rocket Languages lineup — particularly popular for folks wanting casual, conversational Latin American Spanish. The idea behind Rocket Spanish is that there is a certain amount of "essential" language you need, and a whole lot of stuff that can wait until later. For instance, they say that if you don't know the word for "pencil" you can point to a pencil and ask a Spanish speaker, "how do you say this?" But if you don't know how to say "how do you say this?" then you're pretty screwed. So Rocket Spanish supposedly focuses on the most useful grammar and vocabulary first. Rocket Spanish doesn't quite have the profile of big players like Rosetta Stone or Pimsleur, and it isn't quite as flashy as Fluenz or Duolingo. So how does it stack up? Let's take a look...http://bit.do/cRZ3u
  11. Nick the online marketer

    I'm Nick, a very successful Internet marketer long time ago - Expert in business promotion, typing, translations, video intro service etc. with Positive Feedback - look down find out how I can help you advertise and promote your business worldwide, feel free to check out my GIGS.
  12. I am a native Italian speaker, I am from Rome and I have been teaching Italian online for a few years. I'm very patient and enjoy meeting new people, and helping them to learn about Italian culture. I can help with Italian grammar, at every level, vocabulary and pronunciation. I also studied Italian diction for several years, so I can help students with improving their pronunciation. I offer structured lessons to learn Italian using books, handouts, and many other useful materials from the Internet, with wide usage of pictures, video, audio files, and other teaching resources. Each lesson can be based on dialogues, conversation, grammar exercises, reading, pronunciation and much more, and it's customized upon student's needs. In addition, I can assign homeworks so that students can practice language between one lesson and the subsequent one. I can teach from beginner level to expert.
  13. Google Translate and Latin

    I am aware that a lot of people use Google translate simply because it is the most convenient translator found online and definitely the most known one: everyone knows about Google translate. Today, it is even available as an App. So, is Google translate good for Latin? Can it pass some basic checks? I say, yes. We all know that typing in the sentences will never get you the correct translation. It will always be a rudimentary translation in the Neanderthal-like speech. However, when it comes to translating words by themselves, Google translate is quick and efficient and fairly accurate. I have tested it out and I say that the results are good so far. When I typed in "see" I received a whole range of synonyms from video to specto and what I liked was the fact that each of these had at least five or six translations. This means that you at least know what the word roughly means, i.e. "see in what way" or "when to use which "see" verb" They usually come in the first person, which is also good, considering that the dictionary entries are always in the first person, so you can always go somewhere else for more information. Same was with the nouns. I tested it with "sea" and just like in the previous example, I received a lot of synonyms. Google Translate Latin However, you have to be aware of one great disadvantage: Google translate doesn't tell you the grammatical specifications!! For example, when it comes to the verb, Google translate only gives you the first person form. You don't know to which verb class the given verb belongs, which limits your usage maximally - you have to go somewhere else to find out that fact. Same is with nouns. You only get the nominative form, nothing else. This is why you don't know the basic information about the noun: not its gender and certainly not its class. So, is Google translate good? Yes, it's good. It can be used as a quick-access tool which can give you the rudimentary information about the word you type in. However, it is not perfect. When it comes to grammar, you're on your own. This is why it might be a better option to use some other translator, which does give you this information. I believe that I have already written about them in one of my previous posts, so if you're interested, go back and check it out. Google translator is the most widely used translator online. But it is not the best. This is especially true for languages such as Latin.
  14. Hey there! I was just around here and noticed you all have a good domain of Spanish, I am a native Spanish speaker from Latin America too. I had a previous knowledge of the English language but you may wonder how did I learn English so perfect, I began looking for online lessons and teachers that help to learn English, I failed many times with some teachers that were not good at all, but then I found out this page www.british-english-teacher.com with this friendly and trustworthy teacher called Alexander, he taught me English in a interactive way, with patience and he always make sure that I understand all he was teaching me. I fully recommend him, if you want to improve your English level.
  15. Hello! How are you all doing? I have noticed you are learning Spanish and doing some great work. However, I wanted to invite you to visit my page www.british-english-teacher.com I am a TEFL qualified English teacher from the UK. I will be glad to teach you online, I have some interesting lessons for all my students, and don’t worry I teach to all levels of learners. Don’t hestitate to contact me if you want to know more about my services.
  16. Hello there! I wanted to show you this awesome website of this British English teacher online. he offers many interesting English lessons online from beginner to advanced. he's a friendly and trustworthy TEFL qualified teacher from Nottingham in the UK. and hey! he also offers a free trial lesson you can start today! visit his website: www.british-english-online.com
  17. Hi! I am Valeria, I am an Italian teacher and I teach Italian online via live lessons on Skype or Hangouts. If you need to boost your Italian language, for work, study or pure pleasure just contact me, we can arrange lessons that will perfectly meet your needs and interest. Check my website (http://youritalianteacher.net/) and visit my Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/YourItalianTeacher) you can contact me for any question. Free trial lesson for the linguaholic members. Can' t wait to know you Ciao, a presto!
  18. If you want to learn Spanish or English, just contact me! I'll be more than happy to guide you. santiagobergamini@outlook.com Si quieres aprender español o inglés, solo aviísame y podré ayudarte en lo que necesites. TRADUCTOR DE INGLÉS - ESPAÑOL PARA QUE APRENDAS DE LA MEJOR MANERA.
  19. Hi co-learner! I have finally found two online tools I can use in conjunction to compare any male or female voices (very good) with my own. I can paste any text in many languages and for free. There is a fee for larger use. I can even change the speech rate and and the voice shaping. Iit's really a must to perfect our pronunciation like a native! Here are the links: https://acapela-box.com/AcaBox/index.php https://www.speakpipe.com/voice-recorder Description of both services by the providers: "The acapela-box service immediately converts any text into an audio file by using the high-quality text-to-speech voices by Acapela Group." "SpeakPipe voice recorder allows you to create an audio recording directly from a browser by using your microphone. The recording is produced locally on your computer, and you can record as many times as you need. There is the option to save your recording on the SpeakPipe server and get a link to it, so you can send it via email or use on the web." I hope this can be useful to you. Feel free to share your experience here, waldan
  20. Hi everyone, I'm learning Spanish with a native Spanish teacher at http://blabelia.com I found this platform recently and it's working quite good for me . Apart from Spanish teachers, there are lots of different teachers of other languages. Regards, Julia