As English speakers we hear an expression and know instantly there is the potential for danger. We instinctively know what action to take. If you are new to English, these idioms can cause confusion.
You may have heard it said that all babies have the same linguistic abilities at birth. This is true. They have no linguistic abilities at birth. No child is born knowing language, and early infancy and childhood are when language is acquired. What...
Native language interference in learning a second language is a major problem for ESL students and learners of other foreign languages. This hub examines types of native language interference.
In the Bat Man movies and TV series, when Robin and Bat Man would fight their enemies, onomatopoeia words would be used to express their actions. Words like: KABOOM, BANG, POW, WHACK, WHAM, BOINK, POP... would be shown on the screen. ...
Improved conversation skills for the adult EFL and ESL learner are extremely important for travel, overseas study, and interacting with foreigners. Learn teaching English conversation to adults.
English as second language learners wish to sound native in their accent. They have to overcome some challenges in other to achieve it. there is mother tongue interference challenge and a few others they have to overcome.
Formative assessment is a necessary part of the evaluation process. By paying attention to this key stage of learning, a teacher can greatly influence the learning of students.
So you're curious about Elvish? Well, then you've come to the right place to learn to speak Elvish. This is the Elvish based on J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle Earth, so don't complain that this isn't Elvish as you know it.
Significant misinformation exists about the number of words for "snow" and "ice" in Inuit languages. Here is proof of at least 100.
England has many different dialects and accents that originate far back in our History. But where do they come and why are they so diverse? Includes Cornwall, Scouse, Geordie, Cockney, and Hampshire.