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The traditional storytelling has a new face with the growing technology today: Digital Storytelling. This is one of the new twists of the technology. It refers to using new digital tools to help ordinary people to tell their own real-life stories. (Wikipedia)
Everyone of us has a story to tell and we all like to read or listen to stories.
I have been trying to acquire el oido but am frustrated because, although I can speak Spanish using the many words that I know, I can’t follow dialogue,
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Living abroad is a great way to learn about the culture and customs of another country. Intercultural communication brings its own share of joys and difficulties. Learn more about culture shock.
I am learning Spanish language. Today's blog post is part of a language learning moms blog carnival. These posts are written by moms, for moms.
Part two of Walkabout Language Learning's introduction to Spanish language learning resources. Use this page to find links on our site with additional basic Spanish study materials.
Learn Spanish using the Walkabout Language Learning method. Introduction to Spanish language learning resources.
I started studying as a hobby. I liked the music and wanted to understand what it was saying. I then majored in it in college, and now I work at a company
When I lived in Japan, Edward Norton (The Bourne Legacy, The Incredible Hulk) would give interviews in fluent Japanese, afterwards I learned that he studied
How’s Cuba after 53 years of Fidel? Classic cars, Che billboards, shocking decay . . . but not one AK-47. Travel to Cuba on a pilgrimage with 7 Americans taking medical supplies to Jewish clinics.
The language I would like to learn is Saulteaux, and I would love to learn Saulteaux because it's a part of my heritage. My grandpa could speak it fluently
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SWEDEN, land of the midnight sun. It is also land of the midday dark. Winder in Sweden is not only cold; it is dark. In the northernmost parts of the
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Tandem language learning is a great way to practice and improve your new language. Working with a tandem is a language learning technique where you set up a formal or informal arrangement with another person to study languages together.
Hello, I too am learning Spanish, slowly ;) but I am most interested in how to set up what is needed at our church to receive Spanish speaking folks. I
A review of Ultimate Language Secrets by Owen Lee. Wow, what a great language learning system!
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I am living in England, I need speak English, and I love English Langue, but I do have difficult on to speak and same time to write too. Ilma, Thanks
I had an interesting conversation with a friend when I visited India. He explained that in India it is impolite to show your teeth too much when you speak. His mother had taught him this concept as a young child.
He commented that the people at work who spoke English the best were the ones who showed their teeth. If we can just get over our cultural training of keeping our lips covering our teeth, he explained, we can speak English so much better.
It was an interesting observation. I had never focused on watching the lips during a conversation.
Recent research suggests that the very best language learners -- infants -- do just that. Between six and twelve months, infants shift their gaze from the eyes to the lips to learn how their new language.
Isn't that interesting? Perhaps we as adult language learners can take a cue from the "experts" (the babies) and make sure that watching lips is a tool in our language learning arsenal. Check out the link below to read a summary of this research.