Yearlyglot Blog (Page: 28)
Beginner's Italian: Formal Subject Pronoun Guide
Instead of pluralizing the second person, or adding a title (like sir), Italians abstract into the third person. In the singular, this means that they call each other 'she'.
How To Overcome Fear Of The Unknown
When people act in a strange way, or talk in a strange language, it is easy to become fearful or distrustful of them.
How Italians Use Abbreviations In Messages
I recently found a list of SMS abbreviations for Italian, and I'd like to share them.
Beginner's Italian: Guide To Prepositions
Italian prepositions are those short words which express conditions, directions, specifications, places and times, such as of, over, to, from, etc.
How To Differentiate The Russian Prepositions в And на
Unlike English, where we have several prepositions to make distinctions about locations, Russian primarily uses only two. It's often confusing, and seemingly arbitrary, choosing between в and на.
Learn The Greek Alphabet: Detailed Guide
You'll be suprised how easy and simple to learn the Greek alphabet actually is. Here's a guide for beginners.
Why I Hate Language Blogger Debates And Arguments
Several language bloggers have participated in these debates, but it seems that one in particular is always at the center of it.