By Aprendando Español
Necesito aprendar sobre diferente conceptos gramatical.
I have present tense for -ar, -er, and -ir verbs, and Iḿ working on Future and Preterite for both.
Discord moves too fast for me, so I need a better setting. Can you fellow Linguaholics provide me with a short crash course in avanzado gramatica españa?
It doesn´t need to be in-depth, just a chart or something showing the more obscure verb tenses. I also need help conjugating oír, dar, and dicer.
Hi everyone, I've created a youtube channel collating similar vocabulary in Mandarin, Japanese and Korean. I hope people learning any of these languages would find it easy to pick up the other languages as well. You can check out the latest video on my channel here: https://youtu.be/LjuWeyLnHiA
Does anyone know of any discord servers for language learning where people actually use the voice chat rooms to speak?
I have joined a few but the voicechat features are almost never used.
I'm a woman who is learning French, Esperanto and just starting Mandarin. English is my native language.
Thanks in advance
大家好！I wanted to share my free pop-up dictionary that allows you to learn Chinese while watching your favorite shows on Netflix and reading on the web. You can bookmark new words and export them to flashcard decks. Both ‘s’ and ‘b’ will save/bookmark words.
You can download the extension for free here:
Here’s also a short video tutorial on how to use it:
I hope you all find this helpful!
Heyy, I have a question about Japanese grammar. So I was supposed to make a sentence using words 私/マリア/弟/ポーランド語/教える。Idk why but I forgot that くれる can be used not only when sb gives sth to ME, but also when refering to my Family members. Sooo I was desperate to make a sentence in which I am the one who receives something. So I created sth like this:
Is it completely wrong? ( I have a feeling it is) But what If I want to imply that I am the one who is happy? For example I was the one looking for a teacher for my brother and I finally wound マリアさん? Does it make any sense?
And additional question if sb is nice enough to take a look.
Is it gramatically correct?
And this one:
Thank U in advance.