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  1. Hi everyone, We'd like to introduce a website to help learners improve their English at https://lingonut.com. Lingonut helps you learn by reading and listening to fun and educational news. Each article comes with vocabulary notes and a quiz. In the future, learners can also save these notes to track their learning. We're working hard to make the website a useful learning platform. Please let us know if you have any suggestions! Hope this helps! Good luck and have fun learning!
  2. Hey Linguaholics, Few years back I moved to Barcelona with zero Spanish, after months of Duolingo + tutors, I made small progress, but grammar was always a bit of pain. When covid hit, me and my biddy decided to improve our Spanish grammar and built tool for ourselves. It's a mix of theory and flash cards on steroids for grammar, with zero setup and optemised learning plan. We will be launching it next week, but would love to know your feedback on if that might be a problem for you and if what we do resonates with it. Feel free ro drop any suggestions and feedback. http:
  3. Good afternoon, I was hoping someone could help me with a bit of explanation. I am sorry for writing in Romaji. I don't like using it but my computer does not seem to be able to type Japanese characters. In a video by Yuko Sensei on Youtube she explained how to describe someone. What you have to say is Tanaka San wa me ga chiisai desu. Can you also say Tanaka San no me wa chiisai desu? If not, can someone explain why? Thank you in advance for all your help.
  4. Could you help me, how can I improve my speaking task: From my point of view, the Polish education system has many failings, but the main failing is an attitude of many teachers in Polish schools. Firstly, the relation between student and teacher is too weak. It means that the teacher should discuss more with students. Moreover, the teacher ought to teach more individually. For example, if some students have many problems with speaking, the teacher should help him by giving advice, how to improve his speaking. I mean that the teacher should not only point out mistakes but also the
  5. Hey! I am beginner, I started to learn german a month ago. Recently I signed up on this website because I wanted to find a place where I could check the correctness of my german sentences I don't have any native speaker in my surroundings so I thought that German forum would be a good place for supporting that. I am learning vocabulary by using words in the sentences, but I know that I will have struggle with the correctness of those sentences. Thank you for any help If you have an idea where can I find a better place or better way for that, you can give me an advice : ) Senten
  6. Dear friends! We are glad to introduce our new app - ChineseYufa: sentence patterns. https://itunes.apple.com/app/chineseyufa/id1461752332 ChineseYufa: sentence patterns is a simple app for learning grammar of Chinese language! It will help you understand the core structure of most sentences. FEATURES: Quotes of famous people Two parts - Grammar and Reading Dictionary and pinyin with one touch Suitable for beginners and intermediate No Internet connection needed ------------ Thank you for your attention!
  7. "Es musste mit ihm immer trotzen sein" Is this sentence grammatically correct? What does "Es" refer to? What effect would it have on the meaning of the sentence if "sein" were deleted?
  8. Limited time offer to learn french from A to Z and get a Certificate, for the lowest price ever and for limited time. It's a New and unique course https://www.udemy.com/conversational-french-from-a-to-z
  9. Hi What is the difference among "charging battery" , " battery charging" and "battery charge(noun)" phrases? Please explain with example.
  10. Hello, looking for a pen pal to help me with my Chinese writing and grammar. I would like to send short essays and have them corrected, and I would be willing to do the same for my pen pal. Of course, if you are not looking for writing and grammar help with English, I would be willing to help you with speaking as well. I would like someone who has good standard mandarin grammar. About me- I'm an American English teacher living in Beijing. I watch the news obsessively and I want to get a masters in International Relations (particularly US-China relations). I love reading, watching cartoons
  11. How long do you have to study French to become Fluent? Is there a certain number of hours per day that's proven to work? I found some great articles on this topic, including the one below from Clozemaster. Does anyone else have ideas or thoughts on how to learn French fast? https://www.clozemaster.com/blog/how-long-does-it-take-to-learn-french/ Thanks!
  12. Hey guys, I wanted to share this great directory of free language learning resources. The site is specific to Spanish, but many of the apps and resources are available in all languages. Hope this helps! www.learningspanishforfree.net
  13. In a vast yet diversified country like India where dialect and languages vary for every couple of hundred kilometres, English and Hindi remain among the most widely spoken, understood and recognized languages. Along these two languages, English generally connects a lot of people who hail from areas where spoken local languages are completely different from each other i.e. Tamil and Marathi. In such cases, English acts the bridge between the individuals and enables them incommunicating with each other easily. For all other practical purposes also, English is widely hailed and used as a common l
  14. I'm currently in my early 20s and have had infrequent spells of German classes since I was 13, although, the last of these was several years ago. The casual German conversations I hold with native speakers are riddled with grammatical errors but I certainly know enough to brute force my way through most situations. I'm keen on sitting the B2/C1 German language exams but don't know where to begin. There are so many interlinked concepts and rules and I'm not sure how to structure my studies for these exams. I'm definitely riding on shaky grammatical foundations. I'd really appreciate advice
  15. Hey guys, I've spent some time developing an app to try and help with studying Spanish. I found it quite hard to determine what to learn, and when, as well as practicing conjugations. This is especially difficult in Spanish, as the pronoun dropping rule means that it's absolutely paramount to know you conjugations, to determine who's talking, and which tense is being used. Feel free to give it a try and let me know if you have any input! https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/optimalearn-spanish/id1239890854?ls=1&mt=8
  16. 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!
  17. found the word 'saß' in a text I was reading, it translated to 'sat'? But when I congugate sitzen, I get the past tense as gessessen. Can someone explain? Is it in a different tense?
  18. So I'm studying a transcript of a short story told in german on the Auf geht's program, and I'm running into confusion with this specific sentence. So the sentence translates to "One used to take a bus to Neunhaus and from Neunhaus with a train to Nordhorn.", but I don't understand why the second 'noch' (meaning 'still') is in the sentence? Can anyone explain why it's there? Another one is in the phrase "und ich arbeit ja in Nordhorn." What is the 'ja' there for? Is it like a pause, like an 'um' or does it actually mean something in the sentence? One more thing, can so
  19. Hello there! I have a question about Mandarin Chinese grammar. Which of the following sentences are acceptable: 1) 他是在公共汽车里的前面 2) 他是在公共汽车的前面里 3) 他是在公共汽车里的前面里 Also, would you be able to say something like "他是在前面的公共汽车(里)? Thanks in advance!
  20. The application world has yet to see something as unique as Tapxicon. Although there are many dictionary and English learning apps available, none delivers like Tapxicon; both in terms of content and use. With the ease of browsing words on the go, Tapxicon changes what was once a tiresome and boring task into an effortless review by allowing phone users to comprehend the word that they see on that LCD, in a manner that hardly takes effort and most definitely doesn’t feel like a textbook being shoved in their faces. Let’s face it, improving your vocabulary whilst browsing Facebook is mor
  21. Would you like to learn German? Grammar explanations and practice tests at A1-A2-B1-B2 level - Exam German Start German A1-A2-B1-B2 exams are offered at our Haus on a regular basis. These internationally recognized exams Zertifikat Deutsch is the right exam for students who already have a good basic knowledge of German. Deutsch B1 will test your good basic knowledge of German. ● Get it on Google Play ● ➤ The application contains a huge number of questions in German grammar and vocabulary that are
  22. Hi! Good morning! I´m just double checking this grammar point. This doubt came up in a Skype English class with a Spanish student. Which is correct? 1. The worst thing IS Spaniards. 2. The worst thing ARE Spaniards. Since a singular subject takes a singular verb, whereas a plural subject takes a plural verb, I believe option 1 to be correct. However, as a native, and I am sure natives would not be sure, option 2 sounds OK too! For an exam I would definately go for option 1. Any opinions?? Many thanks. Mark
  23. This website was created to share pictures, videos, articles about different cultures, anecdotal facts, traveling... while also teaching new vocabulary and grammar. This way, you can practice your language skills while also learning about something new. http://anvilstreet.net
  24. Hello all, New to the forum here, hope you don't think my question is stupid so I'll try to explain. In England we don't actually learn English grammar, so I've always felt it's more difficult to learn foreign languages. Especially in my own experience of learning German where the grammar system is so much more complex. Four cases and 16 situation dependent versions of the word 'the'... I want to know: Are German speakers actually aware whether a sentence is accusative, nominative, genitive or dative as they say it? Do they know instinctively if something is the subject, object,
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