Italian Poetry reading to help you improve your pronunciation
Following is a beautiful poem by Edmondo De Amicis dedicated to his mother.
The sound of Turkish? I like to think of it as a German guy with Egyptian roots that was raised in France and was trying to speak Japanese 🙂
Salut! Here’s the third batch of Weekly Sentences in 7 Languages! Check out here Week 1 and Week 2. Hope you are all doing great!
In this post you’ll find out how my son is incidentally becoming a multilingual child – learning effortlessly three languages, to be precise. (If you want to skip the intro, and how it all happened, read directly the list of 12 reasons, particularly points 7, 11 and 12.) When I first heard my baby cry,
A little technique to help us quickly deconstruct and find out the main characteristic of a language even before deciding to spend hours of our time studying it.
Hallo Leute! I haven’t posted much these past two week. It seems that I really needed a break! My mind is literally exhausted from all the effort that goes into language learning. It’s true that I enjoy it, but it doesn’t necessarily mean that it comes easier -especially if you are working on several other
I’ve mentioned in another post how I’d start mastering some basic phrases in order to learn German and Spanish, and any language after that. Well, I’m finally publishing what I consider the most important ones, but I feel I’m still missing some fundamental phrases, so if you’d like to join in and help me, I’d
The song, literally “At least you in the Universe”, is a letter written by a lover in which she wonders about the peculiar way people behave. The oddity, insignificance and pure futility of the actions that we witness and perform (first they hate and then love each other, when the fads change they also change) are flashed in brief and poignant vividness.