Why Learning Spanish Is Still Better Than Relying On A Translation Device
Tools like Google Translate are getting very good, but learning the language is still the best way to get a Spanish-English translation.
5 Things You Can Only Learn With Online Language Tutoring
App-based learning is more popular and accessible than ever, but sometimes, live classes can really hit the spot.
How To Choose A Language Teacher
Certifications are important, but they’re not necessarily the thing that’s going to separate decent teachers from great ones.
The Most Common French Filler Words And How To Use Them
Filler words are all of those words that we say without thinking. J’avoue, alors, du coup, donc, c’est clair, bref… What if filler words let you express yourself better in French?
The 4 Most Common Misconceptions About Online Language Classes
Whoever you are, and whatever educational background you hail from, you probably have some unconscious biases around online learning. Let’s unpack them.
7 Famous Mistakes That Changed The Course Of History
To err is human, but sometimes mistakes are so big that they end up making history.
23 Reasons To Learn A New Language In 2023
You know you want this to be your resolution this year. Not sure if you do? Here are 23 solid arguments that’ll win you over.
How To Set (And Keep) A Language-Learning New Year’s Resolution
Let 2023 be the year you commit to a new language.
The 20 Most Common Rhetorical Devices (With Examples)
If you want to learn the difference between synecdoche and metonymy, you’ve come to the right place.
A Guide To Essential French Cooking Terms From A To Z
Learn to speak like the world’s finest chefs! From abaisser to zester, discover our guide to essential French cooking vocab.
15 Latin Phrases We Still Use Today
Learning a bit of Latin is a cool way to delve into your own language.
10 Spanish Words That Don’t Exist In English
These Spanish words don’t have an exact English equivalent, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t useful.
Where Did Indo-European Languages Originate, Anyway?
The Indo-European language family accounts for many of the languages spoken in Europe, South Asia, parts of the Middle East, and the Americas. New research is bringing us closer to the source from which they sprang.