The Japanese writing system is not as difficult as people imagine, it's just that there are a lot of characters to learn to you want to read every day text. If you can read 750-1,000 characters then you may be fine.
Japanese is written three different ways: hiragana, katagana and kanji. Thanks to "Kana Can Be Easy" by Kunihiko Ogawa, hiragana and katagana are under control.
How to use your current Windows keyboard to type French accents on French words.
How to set out a formal letter in German for all business correspondence, including job applications and formal complaints, as well as some invaluable advice on the use of umlauts and the "eszett."
I passed the Goethe-Institut B1 exam, here are my tips for you to do the same.
Teaching ESL and EFL is a great way to travel and see the world. Bring a kit of supplies with you that includes picture books, simplified novels, phonic readers, a basic grammar, and a few science magazines. You can prepare yourself with a certificate in TESL from a college near you,or just go as...
A fun overview about idioms in the English language, from the common to the not so common. Stories that describe the origins of idioms. FUN and particularly useful for ESL students.
International companies are increasingly looking for skilled employees with Chinese skills who are willing to relocate to China. In addition, China is one of the most important trading partners of the US and China is regarded as a huge business opportunity by many American companies. The US has...
Imagine learning the four tones, how to read Pinyin, how to read and write Traditional Chinese characters, and how to speak thousands of common everyday Chinese sentences, all in a mere 6 months.
Are you looking for a way to pepper your speech with interesting, descriptive, gutturally-pronounced words? Try using Yiddish to get your point across! Here, learn the most useful Yiddish words with which to spice up your elocution and how to build a curse, Yiddish-style.