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  1. Live Lingua offers online classes via Skype with native, experienced and certified teachers in 11 of the most commonly spoken languages worldwide: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Unlike other online language schools, Live Lingua offers the services of highly qualified professionals, who go through a thorough selection and training procedure to be part of our teaching community. Unlike brick and mortar schools, Live Lingua does not require you to move around or adjust your schedule. With the obstacle of inconvenience being eliminated,
  2. What about having french courses in a tropical island, in the warm Indian Ocean ? You can choose to attend Group course or Private Course or a Combination of both of them. It's up to you ! After school you can discover the marvels of our amazing Reunion Island. Make new friends and enjoy our suggestion-of-activities planning ! You won't forget the taste of the reunionese dishes, the colorful culture, the magnificent intensity of the tropical, coastal, montaineous landscape ! We guarantee high quality courses : the group are up to 8 students max., and are conversation-oriented. The Pr
  3. Looking for French Courses ? Come to Reunion Island, at DP LANGUES school of language ! What about having french courses in a tropical island, in the warm Indian Ocean ? You can choose to attend Group course or Private Course or a Combination of both of them. It's up to you ! After school you can discover the marvels of our amazing Reunion Island. Make new friends and enjoy our suggestion-of-activities planning ! You won't forget the taste of the reunionese dishes, the colorful culture, the magnificent intensity of the tropical, coastal, montaineous landscape ! We guarantee high
  4. 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!
  5. Culture: The Cities of Ashes Part 3: Pompeii & Heculaneum - The Cities That Vanished It is August 24, 79 AD. People of Pompeii and Herculaneum are doing their usual routine. The rich are coming to Pompeii, this major resort city and port. It is busy and bustling, with traders from everywhere and people visiting the temples of Venus, Jupiter and Apollo, all of which are near the forum. The land is rich and the area is known for its grapes and olive trees. There were several smaller earth tremors in the previous few days, but nothing alarming. Just yesterday, the
  6. Culture: Mythology Themes - Gods in Ancient Rome Part 2: The Cult of Mithras When I was studying the history of Ancient Britain, I found it curious that there was a cult of Mithras which had been brought to Britain sometime in the late Pre-Christian era. The Romans were responsible for this new exotic cult. I say exotic because Mithras is a Persian deity and it is curious that he also appears in Roman mythology. Here are some interesting facts about it: Mithras as a Roman deity appeared somewhere in the Anno Domini era, from 1st century to 4th century, when it
  7. Culture: Mythology Themes - Gods in Ancient Rome Part 1: Basic Outline & Dii Consentes It is important to mention that Ancient Romans were polytheists, i.e. they believed in many gods. In the beginning, these Roman gods were considered as faceless and extremely powerful. It is only later on that they became anthropomorphised beings, i.e. Ancient Romans started imagining them as humans. These beliefs primarily came from Ancient Greece. This is also why many of Roman gods have their corresponding Greek counterpart. The entire collection of all these gods is called Pantheon.
  8. Hi there! As I said in my introduction, I would like to introduce my two blogs to you. This time I will introduce my blog about Spanish language and culture. I write from time to time on it. I like to see it growing up with new posts, while sharing some Spanish culture and travelling experiences. Its name is "Everyday Spanish!". It is about Spanish culture and language. I am writing it in English, and it also has posts about other topics related to Spanish culture like music or videos. The website is http://everyday-spanish.blogspot.com . You are welcome! I will be glad to see you
  9. http://anvilstreet.net/ was designed to share pictures, articles and videos so you can practice English, Spanish and French, and learn about other cultures at the same time. Anvil Street a été conçu pour partager des photos, articles et vidéos pour que vous puissiez pratiquer le français, l'anglais et l'espagnol en découvrant d'autres cultures. Anvil Street fue diseñado para compartir fotos, artículos y vídeos para que puedan practicar el español, francés e inglés, y descubrir otras culturas al mismo tiempo.
  10. I wonder if native speakers can really feel the beauty of their own language. Can they be objective when they discuss its grammar and vocabulary? Are they the best judges for what's "the best" and '"the worst" in their culture? I'm a native Russian speaker and I've met people who really enjoyed studying Russian. But I could never really understand them. I cannot look at my native language from the point of view of someone who's only just discovering it. Also, when it comes to giving advice about the cultural bits, my point of view will be heavily influenced by what I've learnt while growing up
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