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  • So, I hear you want to learn French. Well, come on and embark on the beautiful journey of learning French. This lesson, we will be covering the very basics of French grammar and vocabulary. Enjoy!

    A Beginner's Course to French

    A Beginner's Course to French

    by Zoe S0

  • Reasons students should consider majoring in Spanish including what you can do with a Spanish major and how you can leverage your degree in your future career after graduation.

    Majoring in Spanish will Help Your Future Career

    Majoring in Spanish will Help Your Future Career

    by WheelerWife13

  • The differences between British and American English are reflected primarily in the use of vocabulary, grammar, spelling, and punctuation. This hub relates experience with Brits and British English.

    Differences Between British and American English

    Differences Between British and American English

    by Paul Richard Kuehn139

  • Japanese phrases that are used everyday and will help fill in those gaps in conversation and build fluency. All phrases shown have audio examples added for pronunciation.

    Fluency-Building Phrases in Japanese

    Fluency-Building Phrases in Japanese

    by Akbok8

  • Let me be honest, learning a new language isn't easy, far from it. But, luckily for you, not all languages are equally difficult. Here is a list of the 5 easiest languages for English speakers.

    The 5 Easiest Languages for English Speakers

    The 5 Easiest Languages for English Speakers

    by imanmalhi1

  • Based on my research and studying the reports written by teachers of language-less people in the deaf community, it’s obvious to me that something goes on in their heads despite the lack of language.

    Can Thoughts Occur Without Language?

    Can Thoughts Occur Without Language?

    by Glenn Stok9

  • English, as we know it, has been in use from about the 1400's. However, much of it vocabulary derives from a much older form of the language. This article traces the ways in which we still use Old English today.

    Old English and the Genesis of Modern English

    Old English and the Genesis of Modern English

    by Mary Phelan0

  • A chrestomathy (that’s a ten dollar word for collection) of words you may never use.

    26 Words to Ponder

    26 Words to Ponder

    by Rupert Taylor6

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