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Partitives In Italian: Using The Word 'Ne'
The Italian partitive is a special kind of pronoun which functions as a back-reference. It refers back to a direct object specified in a previous sentence - or possibly later in the current sentence.
Onomatopoeia In Italian: How Animals Talk In Italia
One of the more enjoyable details about learning a new language is learning how animals talk - onomatopoeia.
Colloquial Lithuanian Review: Why I Like It
Colloquial Lithuanian is written by a pair of authors, one a native English speaker and the other a native Lithuanian speaker.
Don't Think Grammar Is Important? Think Again.
The bottom line is that grammar is important. It's not something you can just ignore, and hope to 'pick up along the way'.
Overseas Language Immersion: The Fine Details
Moving abroad can be some tricky business; once you've decided whether you want to work, study or volunteer, you need to tackle the biggest task of them all: the red tape.
How To Describe Body Parts In Lithuanian
In this post, I explain how to say and describe most major body parts in the Lithanian language.
Everyone Should Stand For Something
When I look back at all the people in life who have inspired me, or who still do inspire me, there is one thing that's true about all of them: they all stand for something.
Useful Word Patterns In Italian To Sound More Fluent
Today, we'll look at a few more useful Italian word patterns I've found.