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Category :: Language Articles Author :: Teresa Bolen 
 
 Article Title :: Mastering a Foreign Language: How To Become A Brilliant Speaker, Part 4 of 7
 
You probably already know that this is one of the most powerful training tools used by great athletes, musicians, and performers of all kinds. As a speaker of foreign languages, you are also a performer! Have you incorporated this powerful training tool in to your foreign language mastery repertoire yet? Here’s what you do:Envision that you are already a brilliant speaker of that language. What do you sound like? What does it feel like to be able to understand any question that someone sends your way? How does it feel to be able to use the foreign language with the same amount of savvy and finesse that you use your own native language? The better you can envision this i  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Language Articles Author :: Teresa Bolen 
 
 Article Title :: Mastering a Foreign Language: How To Become A Brilliant Speaker, Part 6 of 7
 
Imitation is the easiest route to fluency. If you imitate something long enough, it will become real for you, and this is especially true for mastering a foreign language.You can see this easily in children, the world’s greatest language learning machines. They imitate the language they hear around them all the time. They hear something, try it, and see what kind of reaction they get. They get feedback from family, friends and teachers, and adjust and learn.The use of imitation is a true language-learning gem, and it will serve you well to the extent that you use it! Listen and copy. Listen and copy. Listen and copy. Imitate until it is real for you. Imitate your   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Language Articles Author :: Svend Nelson 
 
 Article Title :: IELTS Reading Test Skills
 
The IELTS Reading tasks tests only one thing: the candidate’s ability to answer questions correctly on the basis of the reading. None of the other reasons people regularly read – to acquire and retain information, say, or for entertainment – come into play. If you learn something from the IELTS Reading test and remember it, good for you. If you enjoy the readings, better yet. But stay focused on the questions.During the one-hour task, there are three readings, of gradually increasing difficulty, with a total of approximately 40 questions, or about 13 per reading. (The number varies from exam to exam.) Having time read both the questions and the readings, and then to arrive at  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Language Articles Author :: Steve Kurtinski 
 
 Article Title :: Learn German - Four Unusual Strategies
 
Picture Dictionaries Picture Dictionaries are books that differ significantly from what you would expect from a regular dictionary. They are made up of different themes - such as "At the airport" or "in the supermarket". They will show many pictures - mostly things and situations that fit this specific theme and mention the words below the picture in English and German - and maybe many other languages. You might think this is just for kids. But any adult can get such a great deal of information out of a picture dictionary. It makes learning fun, visual and context sensitive. Most people learn better in a visual way. So these mostly 2-sided themes will help you tremendously bec  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Language Articles Author :: Svend Nelson 
 
 Article Title :: IELTS Listening Test Skills
 
The real purpose of the IELTS Listening test is to determine a candidate’s preparedness to deal with actual situations in the study-abroad contexts that require accurate hearing of English. Accordingly, the test is in four sections, all of which represent actual kinds of conversation, public speech, and lectures that a foreign student doing advanced study abroad might encounter. They are:-- A social situation. Typically a conversation between two people about an everyday-life matter, such as travel events, planning to spend time together, making personal introductions, going to a restaurant, and the like. This section tests ability to hear key words, comprehend descriptions of lo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Language Articles Author :: Philip Nicosia 
 
 Article Title :: Why Learn Swedish?
 
Aside from the possibility of living in Sweden or Finland (where Swedish is an official second language), or meeting someone important who knows to speak only in Swedish, you’re probably looking for other reasons to convince you to go through the trouble of learning it as a second language. After all, Swedish is not as widely used as Chinese, Spanish or English—it’s not even among the top 10 languages in the world—but knowing how to speak the language does have its perks.If surviving in a foreign land is not enough of a reason for you, then it should be of interest that the Swedish language is one of the easiest to learn to those who fluently speak English. It is worth noti  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Language Articles Author :: Exequiela Goldini 
 
 Article Title :: Choosing a Spanish Translation Provider
 
Why a Spanish Translation? Over 350 million people in the world speak Spanish as their first language. If we include the number of people who are fluent in Spanish as a second language, the total number of Spanish speakers in the world is well over 400 million people. The Hispanic market is today the most rapidly expanding market in the United States. It is estimated that by 2050, there will be 56 million Hispanics/Latinos; by 2050, 30% of the entire U.S. population will be Hispanic.Human Translation vs. Machine Translation? Machine translation (MT) is a form of translation where a computer program analyses the text in one language — th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Language Articles Author :: John Dulaney 
 
 Article Title :: Understanding the Italian Language
 
Brief History of the Italian LanguageDocuments dating as far back as the 10th century were written in Italian, although it is believed that some form of Italian language was used in the 8th century by people who did not understand Latin. Traders and clergy might have used this language to address the people of those days.The Italian language has evolved into many different dialects and languages throughout the centuries due to differences in politics, lack of communications and mobility, and also various culture gaps as people of different origins migrated to Italy.Differences in DialectsThere is a standard Italian language, which is taught in schools of all re  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Language Articles Author :: Julio Foppoli 
 
 Article Title :: Spanish Prepositions "Por and Para" - The Easy Way to Use Them Perfectly
 
When it comes to mastering the uses of POR and PARA in Spanish, there is a very simple, yet powerful approach that can help you in 95 to 98% of the cases and even more.Rather than teaching all the uses of POR and PARA as all teachers do, I prefer to narrow down my teaching. Does that mean I am teaching "less" than I should? I don´t think so.After all, my experience has clearly shown me that students are presented with so many rules, patterns and uses that they are not able to use them well in most cases. What do I do? I cut to the chase as I am going to show you.When do we use PARA?1. To express PURPOSE: Any time that in English you can use "in order to," in S  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Language Articles Author :: Esjay M 
 
 Article Title :: 14 Tips for Learning Foreign Languages
 
Depending on the language you want to learn there may be thousands of books, CD's or tools out there (if you're lucky) to help you learn the language. Don't run out and buy anything just yet.1. First you should do some research. Research the books, and materials best suited to your needs. How do you do that? Well the easiest way is to go online and visit the largest shopping sites that sell books, CD's and multimedia; customers often leave feedback on items they have bought. Read the feedback and quite quickly you should be able to determine what books or materials are best suited to your needs. On the other hand, you may not need to buy anything at all. Some libraries have a forei  (read full article)
 
 
 
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