Javier 馃悵 beBee
2/11/2017 路 15 min read 路 ~10
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Learning Russian How: A Step-by-Step Solution

Learning Russian How: A Step-by-Step Solution

LearningRussian may seem to be a tedious thing at first but no harder than any otherlanguage. Of course, every student struggles with new sounds and grammar forthe first couple months, however, things get easier later on. To make yourstudies even...

Lena Graham
13/10/2017 路 20 min read 路 ~100
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Tips to learn English

Tips to learn English

To acquire spoken English skill is the most interesting and rewarding part of learning English. To be able to speak good and grammatically correct English is a big plus in the career market. Even if you speak only a little English, there are many...

Esther R. Nieva
20/9/2017 路 27 min read 路 ~10
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If you want to try language exchange, it will be easy with these apps

If you want to try language exchange, it will be easy with these apps

Learning a foreign language is not that easy. Losing interest, investing a lot of money and not having time are some of the reasons why we might shelve our plans to continue with our studies. However, nowadays Internet offers countless opportunities...

Esther R. Nieva

Esther R. Nieva

You are welcome! 馃槈

20/9/2017
Lyon Brave

Lyon Brave

thank you

20/9/2017
Javier 馃悵 beBee
12/8/2017 路 32 min read 路 +100
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Starting over when it's probably too late

Starting over when it's probably too late

Learning a language is learning a culture. A language鈥檚 syntax offers clues to the way a society thinks, and the changes (over centuries) reflect the evolution of social interactions and the shifts in the way people view their local culture and...

Peter Altschuler

Peter Altschuler

Russian is ideal for learning English, @Brian McKenzie. I studied it in high school, and English suddenly made sense. I'm sure that if I'd studied Latin or Greek, as my grandparents did, that I'd have had the same advantage, but my school didn't offer those "classics." It was the middle of the Cold War, and Russian was the logical alternative.

15/8/2017
Brian McKenzie

Brian McKenzie

I never learned English grammar, until I started studying Russian in college. I believe I still understand Russian better than English even though it is not my native language. The rules seem more logical than, "this is the way we do it" that I learned in the American classrooms.

12/8/2017
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