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- There are two characters in the Russian alphabet that will leave you perplexed for a long time as you take on the challenge of this new language: the soft sign (ь) and the hard sign (ъ).
- In my opinion, when it comes to how regional a particular language phrase is, the bottom line is: who cares?
- When you start learning a new language and reading all the motivation and instructional blogs, you find that there are a lot of strong opinions on whether or not it is important to speak correctly.
- In Italian, a tongue-twister is called scioglilingua, and they've got some hard ones! I've listed a few here.
- One of the simplest things I do in foreign languages also happens to be the one that people seem to find most impressive: simply saying 'thanks'.
- Effective communication means choosing the best word for the situation. And yes, sometimes, that's a 'swear' word.
- Today, we'll look at a few more useful Italian word patterns I've found.
- In this post, I'll teach you basic essentials in Italian and how to ask for them.
- In today's post, I'll teach you Italian question words and how to ask questions.