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- As I worked to learn Italian, one of the things that improved my understanding the most was reading Pinocchio from cover-to-cover in Italian.
- Greek is not a fully phonetic language. A few letters can be pronounced in more than one way, and a few sounds can be represented by more than one letter.
- Typing the words not only helps me to practice using the Greek keyboard, but it also helps me to commit to memory the words I'm learning.
- There are many differences between Russian and Polish but there's no denying that knowing Russian gives a huge head start with Polish.
- Each language feels different when it hits your ear, and feels strange as it exits your mouth — often leaving your tongue twisted into a new, uncomfortable shape.
- I recently found a list of SMS abbreviations for Italian, and I'd like to share them.
- You'll be suprised how easy and simple to learn the Greek alphabet actually is. Here's a guide for beginners.
- The Russian alphabet is easy. Today, I'd like to show everyone how easy it is to learn the Russian alphabet and understand what you read.