Should you learn two languages at once? Here’s what science says…

Are you currently learning a language, and thinking of picking up another to learn at the same time? Or maybe you just want to start learning two languages simultaneously? Some might think that this is a bad idea because you can’t put your full efforts into each language, and you could get confused and mix …

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Getting Familiar with the “Stare” Conjugation in Italian

Stare is an extremely important Italian verb, which is often used in everyday conversation. Hence, it’s crucial to get familiar with the stare conjugation and its different meanings. Depending on the situation, stare can be translated as: To stay To be To remain To be situated To live To be about to (when followed by …

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Saying “Thank You” in Japanese: Politeness, Formality and Useful Phrases

Japan is a country not only fixated on proper manners and etiquette, but also on gift-giving and various parties or events. In this kind of culture, it’s important to learn how to thank people when they invite you out, offer you a present, or even show you the way to the station. In this article, …

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How to Say What You Want in Italian: the “Volere” Conjugation

Volere is one of those essential Italian verbs that you’ll use on an everyday basis. It means “to want” and its use is similar to the English counterpart. The volere conjugation does not follow the regular patterns of the Italian verbs ending in -ere, and thus you need to study it separately. Learning how to …

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Fluency vs. Dysfluency: Why You Might Not Be Speaking as Fluently as You Want to Be

So you’ve got to that stage in your language learning journey where you’ve been studying for years, you’ve mastered the grammar, you’ve mastered thousands of sentences in Clozemaster, and you’ve even had plenty of conversations in the language. You feel like you’ve learned all there is to learn, and practiced as much as anyone could …

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