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  1. Bonjour! We are @StreetFrench.org and we just released a free conversational French course. The whole point of the course is to learn things you can use in real life situations and then go out and find people to practice speaking French with, either in person or via Skype. We think actually practicing with someone is the most effective way to learn a language. No boring drills, no tedious memorization! Just a really practical guide to speaking French. Get instant access to our Free French Conversational Course ! * A guide to French pronunciation * 10 phra
  2. I started learning German and Dutch two years ago, and if you're thinking I've mastered both languages, it is with sadness as I inform you that my German and Dutch have become much worse. Needless to say, it seems I am having problems retaining my progress from two years ago and remembering everything I've learned. I can't even recite numbers 1 through 10 in German anymore without peeking at my notebook! So, how about you-- how do you retain everything you've learned in the past from your language of choice?
  3. Clarify simplified Chinese and traditional Chinese. Every Chinese learner should know that Chinese includes simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese, and Chinese has 4 tones and mysterious strokes. Maybe you can speak Mandarin, but you can’t read Chinese. Mandarin is a form of spoken Chinese, while simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese are written forms. Have a right dictionary. There are many choices for the dictionary, you can buy a Chinese dictionary, or use online dictionary, or install a free Chinese dictionary app which you can search words via pinyin, English and Chin
  4. Tips to learn French at home? Apps, websites, blogs, movies, YouTube or channels? Anything that could help! Thx!
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