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  1. Do you need books to improve your English? do you need valid and original documents, school certificates, travel documents, home resident documents, all countries documents. CONTACT US MAIL: info@hitechdocuments.com WHATSAPP: +1(587)746-0467 Website: https://hitechdocuments.com ENTER YOUR KEYWORD SEARCH Get Chaty Chat offline. Leave a message: livechat@hitechdocuments.com We are currently offline. Please leave a message and we'll get back to you shortly
  2. Hi All, My name is Josh. I’m a travel blogger and speak 3 languages (English, Spanish and Mandarin). As a frequent explorer, I’m always looking for ways to enhance the efficiency of my travels and recently I’ve been noticing a rising popularity in portable translation devices that offer 2-way translation in multiple languages, WiFi hotspot worldwide and many more. The interesting little tools I see online, such as the Langogo AI from Indiegogo, seem to be able to solve a lot of problems with language barriers and locating destinations when abroad. I’m all for trying new things but would just like to get an idea from anyone with experience using these translation devices, and whether they truly superior to apps such as Google translate? Cheers!
  3. Hi there! In my previous post I introduced "Everyday Spanish! ", my blog about Spanish language and culture. This time I would like to introduce my other blog. It is called "Viviendo en Vietnam" or Living in Vietnam, in English. This blog is not just about my stay in Vietnam, but it also contains posts about language, culture, the way of thinking and living of its people, and the delicious food! And you can also use it to learn some Spanish, why not? I write weekly for this blog. Currently I am writing it in Spanish, and it is about some experiences that I have been having during my stay in Vietnam, and also some useful and "on-the-ground" information that may be useful for people who would like to come to Vietnam some day in the future. The website is http://viviendoenvietnam.blogspot.com . Again, most welcome to visit it! Thank you for reading and hope you have a great day ahead! See you soon!
  4. 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, it becomes much easier to achieve your goal of learning a language. To make it even easier for you to cross the threshold, you can sign up for a free trial class at http://www.livelingua.com
  5. Have you ever wanted to travel the world and learn a new language? What about learning Spanish and backpack around Latin America? You are afraid or ashamed to learn a new language, but at the same time you have a dream to accomplish and that is to see the world. You don't want to get out of your comfort zone but at the same time, you know the grass is greener on the other side. What are you waiting to learn Spanish? I can't help you with that! And not only helping you learning the Spanish language but also customs and traditions of Latin America and Spain. What are you waiting for? Book your first class fro FREE visiting my website www.myspanishconnection.net
  6. Filipino language may not be popular as other languages such as Chinese, Spanish, German, English etcs. but Philippines because of its beautiful spots, this country is one of the favorite destinations in Asia. That is why I am wondering if anybody here has/had interest in learning the language of this country which is Filipino. Anyone? And if yes, why do/did you have an interest to learn the language?
  7. Hey everyone. I've been working on a website for language learners and travelers and would like to share it here. It is called UPhrasebook. The video would explain it better. Why I've decided to make something like this? Many successful language learners say it is better to learn phrases instead of single words. I didn't find anything quite like this online. Forvo is great for checking pronunciation. Although, this is the only thing it is good for. Plus it mostly works with single words. Google Translate and other machine translators often make awful translations and have artificial voices with weird intonations to voice out the words. The phrases you find in printed phrasebooks and online often don't have any explanations and might be weird and unnatural. At the moment there's still a lot of work to be done, but the core functionality is ready. I've already opened the registration for the public and would like to invite everyone to register and make some translations and record pronunciations to share your language knowledge with others. I've already done some translations myself (mostly from Russian, so check it out if you're learning Russian). Would love to get some feedback and suggestions as well.
  8. https://koreancrusade.com/2016/04/19/trade-offs-the-8020-rule-and-learning-2-languages-at-once/ I discuss various issues on language learning based on my 5 years experience studying Korean in Korea. Please visit and feel free to contribute any thoughts. Thanks guys!
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