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A comprehensive listing of colleges offering ASL classes in the San Francisco Bay Area--full list of schools by type of curriculum offered, including interpreter training and other degree programs.
I review five popular methods my husband and I have used to teach ourselves Mandarin. I give pros, cons and tips for studying effectively.
How to say "Happy Christmas!" in more than 14 languages including French, Spanish, Italian and Japanese. The pronunciations and spelling are also given plus fun facts about each language.
Chinese Characters are not just a scribble, but are made up of parts that have meaning, like the word telephone in English. TELE means far, and PHONE means sound, or voice. So "TELEPHONE" means "hearing sound from far away," describing what a...