Archive for the ‘learning a language’ Category

Learn Sign Language in the Next 5 Minutes

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

Do you need to learn American sign language?  Will it help you communicate better with your friends and family?  Give you opportunities for employment? Whatever your reason, it's essential that if you need to learn sign language, you do it quickly.  That's why I recommend the only guide that will get ...

Learn The Spanish Language In Spain

Tuesday, January 5th, 2010

If you intend to spend a lot of time in Spain, whether by living there or frequent, lengthy stays, you will want to learn Spanish. For short visits, a few phrases may be sufficient but not for a longer stay and, especially, if you are living in the country. It ...

8 Reasons To Learn A New Language.

Tuesday, January 5th, 2010

Learning a new language is a gratifying enterprise. I'm not going to tell you that it is always easy, but if you go down this road you will not regret it. Motivation often depends on having a clear purpose. The reasons below may help you find the stimulation you need. Moving ...

Learning Spanish Courses – for Work or Play

Friday, January 1st, 2010

Learning a language, especially Spanish can be one of the most rewarding experiences ever. I have put together a few tips on surviving the Spanish language course. First of all, if you have ever decided on learning Spanish or you think it’s time to knuckle down and finally learn Spanish, you ...

Some Advice When Learning to Speak Japanese

Thursday, December 24th, 2009

You may need to learn the Japanese language because you are traveling to Japan and want to become familiar with popular Japanese words and phrases. Or you might have taken a class to learn Japanese years before and are now looking for a refresher course. Perhaps you have a great ...

Japanese Language Accelerated Learning Techniques

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

Japanese is anything but an easy language to learn, regardless of one's mother tongue. Still, it is one of the most popular foreign language choices in America and Europe, for two main reasons: the economical importance of Japan and the numerous businesses contracted between Japan and these areas and the ...

Learning to Speak the English Language

Monday, December 7th, 2009

When you speak in your native language, you don't have to think about the grammar or the words you use. Correct sentences seem to just come to you. Your brain uses sentences you've already seen or heard. If you want to learn to speak the English language fluently, you have ...

Learning A New Language Makes The World Seem Smaller

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

The Internet is becoming a massive force in the lives of many people around the world. It is used to connect to the world at large, to communicate for the purposes of business, family, and friendships, as well as to find entertainment. The Internet is quickly replacing the television as ...

Learning A New Language To Create A Bilingual Household

Monday, November 16th, 2009

Learning a new language as a family can be a wonderful and rewarding thing to do, especially if you have small children at home. For them, learning at smaller ages will be much easier than learning later in life. It will also be more rewarding for you, as a family ...

Want to Make Language Learning Easier? Rhymes to the Rescue!

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

Learning a foreign language can be enjoyable - but exasperating. Anything you can do to accelerate learning or make language acquisition more enjoyable is a valuable weapon in your learning arsenal. Kathy Steinemann shares a helpful and unique approach to this challenge. Take a look at the following two sections of ...