Getting Comfortable with the “Être” Conjugation in French

The French language has its fair share of quirks. One that you’ll face as soon as you start learning the language is the weird and irregular verb être. The verb simply means ‘to be’ and is used the same way we use it in English. As such, it’s a pretty important word for learning French. However, …

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To New Beginnings – 7 Ways To Jump-Start Your Language Learning After A Long Break

Learning a second language can be one of the most enjoyable and rewarding experiences you can have. The first time you find yourself having a real conversation with a native speaker can be truly magical. It’s the moment that you realize all your hard work has paid off. However, reaching this level of fluency requires …

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5 Exciting Languages for Students to Study Abroad

As the prevalence of studying abroad continues to increase, students are spending less time considering if they’re going to study abroad, and more time considering where they’re going to study abroad. Language can be a key factor when it comes time to finalize that often life-changing decision. English has become a linguistic monolith if you …

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The Best Way to Improve Your Grammar in a Foreign Language

When it comes to working on individual competencies, grammar is hardly the favorite of most learners. Many of us have been traumatized by the standard teaching approach in foreign language classes, where we were made to believe that communication can’t happen without flawless grammar—and that the best way to learn it is to slog through …

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All You Need to Know about “Andare” – Conjugation in All Italian Tenses

After discussing the conjugation of the verbs “essere” and “dire” in Italian, it’s time to focus on the “andare” conjugation. “Andare” is another fundamental verb, which mainly means “to go”. It is used when we want to talk about movement from a point to another one, no matter if it’s on foot or by any …

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