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  1. Hello everyone, I am new to this board, maybe I can use this opportunity to introduce myself. I am Maarten, 24 years of age and I live in The Netherlands. Actually I speak Dutch fluently, but my girlfriend doesn't. She lives in Macedonia, and is eager to learn Dutch. We communicate with eachother in English, and she speaks French and German as well. Now Dutch is, (to put it very broad) a mix of English and German grammar, with some French vocabulary, so you can imagine Dutch isn't the hardest language for her to learn. But what should I look out for when teaching her Dutch? I notice myself that I struggle explain certain sentences, since you can translate a sentence in a literal and a figurative way. For example: "Ik loop vandaag naar school" means "I am walking to school today.". While in Dutch, it literally says" "I walk today to school", which is incorrect in English,m but correct in Dutch. How do you explain the difference in sentence structure? I am struggling to find a coherent explanation for it, maybe because it is second nature for me. Also, I am eager to learn different methods for me to practice with my girlfriend, to make it more enjoyable and exciting for the both of us. Note, we do call and videocall, but we cant see eachother in person, which sometimes is a bit of a struggle. I am looking forward to your responses. Greetings, Maarten
  2. There are five free apps that aid a person willing to learn a new language. They are: 1. Duolingo 2. Memrise 3. busuu 4. Google Translate 5. iHandy Translator Free Which one do you use or have experience with?
  3. 1. What is Kanji? Kanji is the kanji used in the Japanese writing system along with Hiragana and Katakana. Learning Kanji for beginner that Japanese people are using now include Chinese characters imported from China and Chinese characters created by the Japanese. 2. Why learn Kanji? Japanese has many homophones but different meanings, it is necessary to rely on Kanji to determine the meaning of the word. Currently in Japan, the names of stations, shops or signs are mostly written in Kanji, so learning Kanji is essential if you want to travel or live in Japan. Studying well Kanji, you will be able to read and translate Japanese documents well, because Kanji accounts for 70% of the content of Japanese articles or documents. Although necessary, learning kanji for beginners is not easy at all. Today, I would like to share some effective ways to learn Kanji drawn by myself after studying Kanji 3. Learning with software If you've ever learned about effective Learning Kanji for beginners methods, you probably already know the flashcard method. I have tried this method before, and from my personal perspective it is quite boring and ineffective for me. Instead, I choose to study on the phone, the web is both fun and convenient. If you are proficient in technology, you will easily find effective Kanji learning apps on your phone. If you are not proficient in technology, you can use it directly on the website. When I found out, I know this product is both supported on mobile applications and has a convenient web version that has been researched and built by a team of experts from countries, Asian countries and throughout Asia. u. The most interesting point in this Japanese language learning software is that you can study, entertain and specially take the free trial exam. You are curious, but you can try it right now: Learn Japanese Kanji 4. Learning and associating Since Kanji is a hieroglyph, the way to learn Chinese characters in Japanese is also interesting. Hieroglyphs are words of the ancients seeing things and things and rewriting them, describing them in their own way of thinking and imagination. Therefore, one of the tips for learning Kanji for beginners is to imagine and compare Kanji according to things and phenomena in real life. This way the kanji will be imprinted more deeply in your brain than just learning rote as you normally do. There are quite a few good books to help you supplement your Kanji learning by this association: "Remember the Kanji" by James Heisig or "Kanji Pict-O-Graphix" by Michael Rowley.
  4. Hola a todos! Me gustaría sugerirle a los miembros de este foro una nueva sección llamada "Right and Wrong", en donde cada participante que postee comparta un poco de sí mismo; gustos, anécdotas, sueños, etc. con el fin de conocernos más y a la vez poder practicar o mejorar nuestro aprendizaje en el idioma dado. En este caso, lo he abierto para "Español - Inglés", ya que soy nativo del idioma Español y estoy aprendiendo Inglés. La mecánica es la siguiente... si el idioma nativo del participante es Español, posteará en dicho idioma y a continuación lo hará en Inglés dentro del mismo post, pero SIN la ayuda de traductores; la idea es que con su propio conocimiento y la ayuda de los demás vaya comprendiendo y adquiriendo práctica. Podrá dejar igual y resaltar en negrita lo que no sabe cómo escribir. El compañero del foro que responda para CORREGIR lo hará poniendo ejemplos, para que todos podamos entender y aprender. Por supuesto que si lo que escribió en el idioma que cree saber dominar no lo hizo bien, también lo podrá corregir el que domine ese idioma. Como yo lo sugerí, yo empezaré. PS.- El nombre de la nueva sección queda abierto a nuevas sugerencias. Hi everyone! I'd like to propose to all members of this forum a new section called "Right and Wrong", where every participant who post in here, do that to share a bit about himself; gustos, anécdotas, sueños, etc. to pursue the goal of knowing each other a little bit more and also practice or improve the learning of the wanted language. In this case, I started for "Spanish - English", since I'm a Spanish language native and I'm learning English. La mecánica es la siguiente... If the native language of the participant is Spanish, he will post in that language and then he will do in English dentro del mismo post, but WITHOUT the help of translaters; the real purpose is that he can add comprensión and practice by his own knowledge and the guiding help of the members. Whatever he don't know how to write podrá dejar igual y resaltar en negrita. The participant who answer to CORREGIR will do that offering some examples, so all the people can understand and learn. Of course if the writed post suposedly right is not, it will be corregido as well. As I mentioned this post, I shall start. PS.- The new section name is open to new suggestions.
  5. Hi everyone! I am posting here because I would like to learn languages. Mainly European languages. I was wondering if maybe you could give me tips on how to decide on which European language I should go for. I have personal interest in the following languages: Spanish, French, Dutch, German, Greek. But if you suggest other European languages for my consideration, I'll be happy. Please, don't post hateful comments. Thank you.
  6. We are a community wishing to spend our time talking about languages and learning new ones along our path. Founded by a group of people sharing a common passion, that is, the love for languages and linguistics, we shall be delighted to have you among us if this would be the case for you as well. The server is dedicated to discussions about linguistics, language learning in general, and even conlangs. We also have channels for discussions about history and culture, as language is much more than that; it has its own context. Our server also has a role system, so you won't be lost through every language's channel, you'll only see those which you need. We plan to have some events from time to time and try to grow as a community! We hope that you will enjoy your stay with us and that you'll learn a few things in our company! You can join here!
  7. One of the ways that I learned vocabulary in English was watching movies in English and reading the translation in the subtitles, I always thought that it helped me and my teacher always encouraged us to do so. After some time and practice I stopped using the translations as subtitles and started watching the movies with English subtitles so I could learn a little bit of orthography too. I think that is a fun way to learn a little bit more a language and to practice without knowing. I don't have English classes any more and I think that this has helped me to still have contact with English, what do you think?
  8. 50 websites to learn anything whatever it is: technology, programming, languages, design, marketing, business management, applications, personal development.In these websites, there is anything you want to learn from what is technical to what is literary and all are free. You can explain these sites and submit them to your blog or channel or anything else if you want. link: https://www.fiverr.com/redahanoni/give-you-50-website-to-learn-anything
  9. Hi guys! My name is Nada and I'm a native speaker of Serbian language. If anyone is interested in learning it, I would be more than glad to help him or her to acquire it as quicky as possible. Serbian is spoken by a minority of world's population and the grammar and pronunciation might be difficult to master but alongside the proper guidance and practice it can be fun and easy. Whoever is willing to learn it through the guidance of a native tutor, go to the following link http://www.verbalplanet.com/publicviewprofile.asp?tr_id=10033862908&lang=SER . I also teach English language since I obtain BA and MA in English language and literature. Hope to see some of you soon, have a nice day
  10. Namaste / Hi, Are you interested in learning / brushing up Hindi knowledge ? You are welcome to learn / practice Hindi. We teach to meet with specific requirement of the learner. We can start with asic grammar, use of tenses, sentence pattern, vocabulary building exercises in Devnagari (Hindi script) or in Romaji (Hindi in English) Ask any Hindi related question. We can discuss it openly. Happy learning. dhanaywaad / thanks, mdchaskar
  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. I am leading a new project called www.speakmates.com where we are trying to let Language Mentors and people seeking to practice speaking a language find each other, meet in a cafe in small groups and socialize while practicing a language. We would be very happy to have you in our community, get your feedbacks and any support you might want to offer. Registering, creating and listing a language meetup is completely free for now, we are financing ourselves and we are planning to keep it free as much as possible.
  13. Hi everyone I love learning languages. It is my passion! I started a blog where I share my journey of learning languages. I try to explain the things that I studied and learned in a simple way, I believe that it is a good practice for me. If you are interested in learning Japanese, Korean or Chinese, please take a look at my blog, you might like it! https://mylanguageslearningjourney.blogspot.com/2017/11/japanese-another-usage-of.html#more
  14. Hello everybody, Learning Spanish Podcast is a free language application that will take will let you learn the basics of saying hello and goodbye, introducing yourself as well as how to count and use dates. You will also learn about the Spanish grammar and pronunciation and you can improve your listening and speaking. Learn how to speak Spanish with podcasts full of audio lessons that teach vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and talk about varied topics of everyday life. If your goal is to actually learn how to speak Spanish conversationally, you will definitely download Learning Spanish Podcast application and start learning now. Download on Google Play
  15. Hi everyone! My name is Nada, I'm a teacher of English language, currently working in one school in Serbia. Recently, I have started giving online lessons via Verbalplanet.com. I'm a tutor of both English and Serbian. If anyone is willing to try it out, I would like to help people to learn new language as much as possible The Verbalplanet.com offers free trial lessons and loyalty discounts as well. Thank you for taking your time to read this. Have a nice day!
  16. If you want to speak Spanish with confidence, I recommend you take spanish course in Barcelona with me, for beginners as well as for advanced students. With my walk class tour you will able to learn spanish in a natural way and in a real situation. I also have for you: Conversational Classes This course focuses on conversational Spanish and provides examples for each topic. This will not only help you understand the rules of grammar but will give you a feel for how the grammar is applied. Classes For Beginners Learn basic Spanish and discover the Spanish-speaking world. Whether you want to learn Spanish to go on holiday, use it for work or study, or simply give your brain a boost. Spanish lessons for students with dyslexia In Martaspanishclass we have a different approach to teach Spanish for students with dyslexia. Dyslexic students can learn Spanish language quite successfully. The material in our lessons is much more visually and specialty adapted to dyslexia. Some people are more receptive to audio channels of learning, others to visual, so using a combination of the two can be really effective. Face to face lessons in Barcelona City Our face-to-face classes are tailor-made, so that they adapt perfectly to the different needs, objectives and learning pace of each student. We understand that there are people who need to learn Spanish for a specific purpose and for this reason we offer our on-site teaching service individually for those who wish to receive a customized learning program. You can find us also in Teacher Finder Do you really want to start speaking Spanish with confidence? So, let me help you with that!
  17. Hi! I'm Ryan, 17 years old from the US. My main goal is to learn German, preferably from a native speaker, but if you're fluent I'd gladly accept your help I can help you learn English in exchange too, as it's what I'm fluent in. If you're interested please leave a response, thanks!
  18. Lingopolo just became 100% free and intends to become the Wikipedia of the language-learning world. You should definitely try it: http://lingopolo.com/
  19. I’m going to learn Spanish. I didn't find tutors of Spanish in my region. Maybe it’s possible to find them online. If yes, Can you help me with searching them?
  20. Hi everyone! I am new member here. I would like to say a little about my learning experience online. I registered at the Verbalplanet website. I want to improve my English. You can choose tutors there. My tutor was ma'am Nada. She was really friendly and patient. We practiced vocabulary. I really like the session. The website is not very expensive. The first lesson is free which is great. I will definitely keep going to classes and I recommend Verbalplanet for people who want to learn language from their homes.
  21. 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 Private lessons face to face with a teacher are personalized and designed to improve where the student has difficulties. Most of our students are staying in one of our carefully selected host families : the best way to make the most of the language stay and intensify the french practice after school. If you want to discover what’s going on at our school at the moment, feel free to like and follow our Facebook page : Learn French on Reunion Island - DP LANGUES Reunion ! You can also have a look at our website DP Langues - School of Language. We have an Online French Test that can you do at any time ! Looking forward to hearing from you soon ! With tropical regards, DP Langues Team
  22. Hi everyone, My name is Alfonso and I work in Spanish Plus, a great program for learning Spanish, it´s already a consolidated enterprise proudly made in Venezuela, if you or anyone you know might be interested in the program I can offer a free class so you can see how it works... you can contact me through my email address for more information Spanishplusmarketing@gmail.com or check our website www.spanishplusweb.com we´ll be launching our new landing page soon! we have the lowest price on the web and the most interesting features thanks for your time. Flyer Design Challenge.pdf
  23. Olá pessoal! Hello guys! I'm new at this forum, so I'd like to introduce myself. I'm a language addicted from Brazil. I'm 22 years old, and I study psychology. I've always loved languages, but I never could afford a language course, so I started to learn them by myself, using internet. I love to try new methods of learning, and develop my own way to learn it. As a brazilian, my native tongue is Portuguese, but I can actually communicate in english, and spanish (poorly, I know hahah). Now I'm putting my efforts in learning french. I hope I can learn a lot of news things with you guys!
  24. No language is impossible to learn. Some languages are easier to learn and others aren't so easy. So I have a couple of questions for you here. What do you think is the hardest language for you to learn? What would be the hardest challenge for you? Do you consider your native language hard to learn? What would be the hardest part about your native tongue? I think the hardest language to learn for me would be Chinese, Japanese or Arabic. I think the different alphabet and not hearing those languages around everyday would make it too hard for me to learn. And yes, I do consider my native tongue hard to learn. Estonian has 14 cases, which makes it hard to learn for people whose native tongue has only few cases. I've also read a few articles by foreign people who are studying Estonian, saying that native speakers wont let them even practice the language and tend to speak English with them.
  25. First of all, I want to thank God for allowing me up to make this video, so that I can show you all. Since this was a dream I have had for almost 4 years, to make a video where I am speaking a lot of languages, and well, here it is my dream. (I AM NOT FLUENT IN ALL THOSE LANGUAGES)- I would like to warn you guys, I don't consider myself as a Polyglot, and any other fuckery related to it. I just do something I like, and I really like this stuff. (I really enjoy learning languages, and practicing them with people.)This is not everything guys. Stay tuned for more videos. I am preparing for you guys, such as Level up videos.Any critical commentary, negative ones as well as positive ones are warmly welcome, in addition I am not perfect or that good in most of those languages, so any advice outragiously will be taken and accepted by me.My best regards, and hope you enjoyed this video.Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/setuarpFacebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/setuarp/Twitter: https://twitter.com/setuarpFacebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/765125346839301/
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