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Some second language learners dislike reading. After all, it can be a little frustrating trying to comprehend words written in a language you don’t quite yet understand.Spanish Tutorial MP3 – Available Online?
Looking for Spanish tutorial MP3 files you can download and put on your iPod or home computer for your listening pleasure and education? A lot of people enjoy Spanish tutorial MP3 files since they are convenient and can bring them the fluency in the language they desperately want, so where can you find these MP3’s and how can you start using them to gain more knowledge about the beautiful Spanish language right away? Read on to learn more.Helpful Skills For Adult Language Learners
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Focus plays a big role when you are engaging in your second language studies. This is especially important for those learning alone, such as that using language mastery software, a taped course or a book.A Few Tips For Taking Notes During Your Language Learning Lessons
Do you take notes when you get your language learning lessons? You really should. They’re a great way to keep track of what you’re supposed to be learning, as well as an excellent future reference when you need to brush up on past topics.Interactive Engagement With a Language Software
Most language learning mediums passively feed you instruction. You sit there and absorb, doing nothing else to further the engagement.O Father-Mother, Birther of the Cosmos?
It has been another interesting day in the world of Aramaic Studies. Hopping around Yahoo Answers, I came across a link to a webpage that had a number of really… ‘interesting’ translations of the Lord’s Prayer from “the original Aramaic.”Aramaic a “Corruption of Hebrew”?
You often hear on the web (from would be message board heroes offering a free translation) that Aramaic and Hebrew are “practically identical,” now an article claims that one is a corruption of the other. What exactly is the relationship between Hebrew and Aramaic?Common Misconceptions About Aramaic
Aramaic is not one monolithic language. More linguists today see it as a family of closely-related languages, and many of these languages are not mutually intelligible. Generally, however, the individual languages are known as “dialects.”How to Learn Grammar Without Scaring Yourself to Death
English grammar used to send a lump down my throat. For some reason, grade school managed to paint a picture of horror for me anytime grammar was involved.Learning to Speak Before Learning to Write
Speaking and writing, in any language, consists of two very different skills. While one can definitely benefit the other, learning each one is something you will need to pursue independently.