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    Mikala

    Right & Wrong, a new section proposal

    Tambien "a" en español se vuelve "to" en inglés. Voy al mercado. I am going to the market.
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    Mikala

    Right & Wrong, a new section proposal

    En inglés in no tiene dos sentidos como español. Por ejemplo: La piedra está en la mesa. The stone is on the table. él está en la casa. He is in the house. Si usted dice on o onto es como decir sobre o encima de. At es difícil explicar. A veces pienso es como "a" en espanol. Por ejemplo: él está mirando a ella. He is looking at her. Sin embargo, en inglés at tambien se utiliza para locación. Ella está en el centro comercial. She is at the mall. Espero que ayuda! Idioma es difícil.
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    Mikala

    Right & Wrong, a new section proposal

    Correcciónes: My name is Alex, I'm 42, married and living in Mexico up to this time. currently I have more than eight years living here, been living here for more than eight years, and I feel so good; Mexican people are very kind and warm, the nature environment is beautiful and the food is delicious. Environment es una surgerencia. Usted podria usar nature pero pienso que environment es mejor. I'm from Chile, however, my wife is Mexican. This is my first time on in a foreign country. Greetings! Espero que ayuda!
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    I don't think technology will make language-learning obsolete. If anything, it can make it much easier! Back in the day, one would usually have to hire an expensive private tutor to be taught a new language; now, you can download free apps like duolingo, or pay smaller fees for online courses. This definitely speeds up the learning process and integrates it into our fast-paced, technology-driven lives. I have been more motivated to learn new languages because of technology – not the other way around! I know that there are apps such as google translate, that give you instant translations and such, but I still don't think that it replaces the actual need to know another language. Now, pretty much anyone can learn a new language, which is great!
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    What I do is after my friend is done speaking, I'll give them a confused look. That way they'll realize that I don't understand something. Then I'll repeat the word they mispronounced and they'll usually repeat it with me to reassure me that that's the correct word. It's not really directly telling them they misprounced a word, but it helps when they notice that others can't understand them.
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