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  1. Has anyone had experience with the Rosetta Stone course? Particularly Japanese? I would like to learn and Rosetta Stone seems like a very good way.
  2. Is it just me, or are people now days not able to spell very well? Is it because we are all typing so quickly or just a lack of proper education? It's hard to blame it on keyboards when the words that are misspelled have corresponding letters that aren't anywhere near each other on a standard keyboard in the first place.
  3. Which keyboard do you guys use to make the Chinese characters on your phones and tablets? I need a really good one that is ad-free.
  4. How do I type the German umlauts on my keyboard?
  5. I was wondering today how many different versions of Spanish there really are. I know that certain regions have there own dialect but is there an exact number available?
  6. I know that tablets are very good study aides for children and adults alike , but how effective would the Kindle Fire be since it is not able to download Adobe Reader which is used for many of the available Android learning apps?
  7. I recommend the immersion process over classroom. My wife has a degree in Spanish and is very fluent while I picked it up through working and coordinating projects with Spanish speaking people. I am very equal to her level of fluency now.
  8. I have been interested in learning the Chinese language and I thought about Rosetta Stone when I found out a friend was using it and picking up the language rather quickly. I think it's a good way to go.
  9. This is my favorite quote as it can lend itself to every part of your life from business to family and from love to spirituality. “What the superior man seeks is in himself; what the small man seeks is in others.”
  10. Having all of that information and more accessible at your fingertips will not only encourage people to learn, but to also think for themselves as they are not reading what someone else has stated as fact, but many different versions of that one fact.
  11. Yes, it's a good one. Just remember, as long as the noun follows the linking verb that stands for the subject, you really can't go wrong.
  12. Are there any good study apps for learning German? I use Living Language and I really like it, but I like to have a few different ones to use so they don't get redundant.
  13. Let's play the translation game, German edition. Translate this and then put your own phrase in for someone else to translate. auch Katzen wollen Schuhe
  14. I'll play! amar a una persona es dificil porque se necesita una gran cantidad de sacrificios Even cats want shoes!
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