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Category :: Language Articles Author :: Patrick Bilson 
 Article Title :: Successfully Reduce and Eliminate Your Accent
I used to have an accent. I didn’t mind the accent itself, what bothered me was constantly being judged by strangers. If you have an accent too, I’m sure you’ve noticed that you are being treated differently than your friends who are native English speakers. Anybody who judges people with accents probably doesn’t even mean to. It’s mainly a subconscious thing and, of course, labeling people with accents as unsophisticated isn’t limited to the United States; it happens in every part of the world. Growing up in another country I used to stereotype people with accents too and it probably wasn’t different wherever you grew up.Understandably, almost everyone working and li  (read full article)
Category :: Language Articles Author :: Philip Nicosia 
 Article Title :: Dutch Progression: The Changes in the Dutch Language in the 20th Century
The Dutch language is spoken by more than 22 million people, most of them in countries like the Netherlands and Belgium. Given this statistic, Dutch can be considered as one of the more popular languages in Europe.Before the 17th century the Dutch language was not yet standardized. There were many dialects in existence that it was beginning to pose a problem.After the 17th century, after the standardization of the Dutch language has taken place, it became so much easier to identify the distinctions between the standard Dutch language and its dialects. But the developments surrounding the Dutch language has continued well into the 19th and 20th century. Because of the influen  (read full article)
Category :: Language Articles Author :: Kathy Steinemann 
 Article Title :: Why Should I Learn a Foreign Language?
More and more software programs, electronic devices, and websites devoted to foreign languages are being developed daily. Why all the excitement? Why would YOU want to learn a foreign language? Job Advancement - Get the Competitive Edge Many large corporations and government agencies have positions requiring a second language. In a country like Canada, which is officially bilingual, someone who knows both French and English will have better employment prospects. Travel Travel to a foreign country can be exciting - and also very exasperating if you can't understand the local speech. Many North Americans are somewhat egocentric in this regard  (read full article)
Category :: Language Articles Author :: Steve Kurtinski 
 Article Title :: How to Learn German Fast
The following tips to learn German are personal recommendations that you probably won't get from a teacher. But it is worth giving them a try. 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   (read full article)
Category :: Language Articles Author :: Philip Nicosia 
 Article Title :: By Degrees: The Different German Dialects
German is one of the most popular languages in the world. In fact, the Guinness Book of World Records has listed the German language as one of the three languages that are learned the most by people. It is also included in the ten most spoken languages in the world. In the European Union it is the second most known foreign language.German is also one of the agreed upon official languages of the EU and is also chosen, along with English and French, as one of the three working languages used in the European Commission.German is also considered as a pluricentric language much like English and French. With the wide scope of usage for this language, it would be quite expected to think t  (read full article)
Category :: Language Articles Author :: Kathy Steinemann 
 Article Title :: No - SMALLER is Better!
Which would be easier for you to memorize? 1.) The entire New York telephone book 2.) A small nursery rhyme If you picked #1, please go away! Scientific studies have shown that we learn best by absorbing small morsels of information, applying them in a practical manner, then building on what we know. As we add more chunks of information our minds correlate, collate, and link everything, referring back to previously learned facts to form a comprehensive sphere of knowledge. What does this mean to you? Don't tackle a huge book of foreign language grammar or prose as an early learning project. Begin with smaller projects.  (read full article)
Category :: Language Articles Author :: ESL Free Lesson 
 Article Title :: Make English Friends
Try to locate a person in your school or area that is a fluent speaker of English, and ask that individual to meet with you on a regular basis in order to practice your English. You will have the chance to ask this native speaker questions about English grammar and pronunciation, while speaking about issues that both of you have an interest in. Bring a pen and a note pad with you so that you can write down any words that are unfamiliar to you. When you return home you can use your English dictionary to look up the meaning of these words, if your English language buddy has not already helped you to understand the meaning of these words. It is a good idea to make the person that you are practi  (read full article)
Category :: Language Articles Author :: ESL Free Lesson 
 Article Title :: Practice Phrasal Verbs
An idiom is a phrase that has a meaning different from the meanings of its parts. Idiomatic expressions are commonly used and understood slang phrases. An essential kind of idiom is the phrasal verb, a verb whose meaning is changed when a second word is added. The second word is known as a particle. Verb + particle = phrasal verb. Below are some examples of phrasal verbs. To look means to see, or to search for something. Look up - to get or find information. Examples include: Would you look up his phone number for me? I don't know what time the next bus leaves. I'll have to look it up. Look up to - to admire. I've always looked up to my wife. Look on - to watch, like a spectator  (read full article)
Category :: Language Articles Author :: ESL Free Lesson 
 Article Title :: Understand Slang
Certain common expressions that American English speakers use frequently may not be found in your English dictionary, but they are essential to understand. Below is an example of a slang expression. "Hey!!" This word is spoken in order to get someone to listen to you immediately. "Hey! You dropped your keys." "Hey! Don't go!" It is often used in ways that convey negative emotion, like anger. For example, you want to stop someone from doing something, so you loudly yell, "Hey!" This may be looked upon as rude. There is also another popular use for "Hey", especially among young people. "Hey" has become an informal method of greeting. "Hey! How are you?" "Hey! What's up?"   (read full article)
Category :: Language Articles Author :: ESL Free Lesson 
 Article Title :: Practice Vocabulary
"Changing" money Scene: You are in a store, and you want to play the video game there . You need coins to operate the game, but you only have a ten dollar bill. You desire to ask the owner of the establishment for assistance. What should you say? First, you need to know the meaning of the word, "change": change= an equal exchange of money of smaller values for a unit of higher value For example: 5 pennies are change for a nickel ten one dollar bills are change for a ten dollar bill "Change" can also be used as a general term for coins. For example: I don't have any change in my purse. So, how can you ask someone to give you change? Here are a number of examples: Excuse me, do y  (read full article)
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