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  1. If you send your children, let's say to an american public school to learn english, then they will only speak in English to you. American teachers are not allowed to speak in the language that the child knows because it is their job to teach them English..
  2. UPDATE!! the app is called ROSETTA COURSE!!!! I am so so sorry for the mix up!! this app is completely free!!
  3. Hello! I speak one language totally fluently, that would be English. Another language that I can *almost* speak fluently in would be Spanish. I'd say that I know 3/4 of the Spanish language (and that's a huge amount of words!)
  4. Okay thank you for all your thoughts on this! I am going to start learning today, and going to try and spend AT LEAST 2 hours a day! Wish me luck.
  5. I have never has a dream where there was another language being spoken in my dream besides English. I've had a dream where I was in Spanish class, but it was just all English being spoken.
  6. Is it a good idea to use Google Translate to translate full sentences? Because I was just wondering if some of the words that they use are wrong or something?
  7. How quickly do you think I can become fluent in Japanese? I am going to Japan In 3 years for a college and I need to learn at least most of the Japanese language until then. Is this possible?
  8. I agree with is suggestion! we need to have a notifications/alrets tab when people reply to our post or quote you in a post. This is a great idea i love it! Please make it happen soon!!
  9. Duolingo is a great app! I have tried a lot of apps and one of the few that really helped me learn and be successful in learning some more spanish besides tutoring classes. I hope you take my advice and try this app out for yourself! good luck!
  10. I don't know if it was another version of Rosetta Stone that i had downloaded, but everything on it was free and I did not see any place where you could buy app add-ons.
  11. For a teacher with years of experience, i would pay around 10-20 dollars each hour. For a teacher that is fairly new to the whole tutoring thing, i would pay around 5-10 dollars MAYBE 15 dollars an hour. Yes when you do tutor all the time for many hours, the dollars add up and turn into big bucks, but If the student is really focused and determined to learn that language, I would say that it is worth it to pay that kind of money. :grin:
  12. I agree that it is so so much harder to learn Spanish than English. My reasoning is just because that English has very similar words that have totally different meanings. for instance: two, too, to. also: there, their, they're. and again: which, witch. See, these are usually confused when people are trying to learn English, and once you get into the habit of using these in the wrong context, it is hard to break that habit.
  13. Hello! Welcome to the forums! It's great that you know two languages fluently. If you ever see my posts, make sure to stop in and reply and say hi! I am actually learning how to speak Spanish right now! If you have a few tips on how to make learning Spanish somewhat easier, please share your thoughts with me and send me a message in my inbox!
  14. I have used the Rosetta Stone app for Spanish and I have also used it for German. All I can say about this app is that it has been great for me and I am learning whenever I want during the day on my free time! It makes sure that I know how to pronounce the word correctly and if i am actually fitting it into a sentence correctly. This app is great in my opinion. :amazed:
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