Yearlyglot Blog (Page: 31)
How To Learn And Understand Italian Hand Gestures
As if you didn't already know it, Italians say as much with their hands as they do with their mouths.
The 10 Most Important Things To Know In Any Language
If you have a solid grasp of these 10 concepts in your target language, you can survive on your own.
Language Learning Is Not A Race (You Can't Rush It)
Some of the most well-known and popular study methods are based on a kind of progress-based incentive.
My Language Immersion Experience In Tashkent, Uzbekistan
If you've noticed a lack of follow-ups on your comments, it's because I've been away for the past week in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
What English Sounds Like To An Italian
As I spend my time this year thinking, and discussing, and writing on this blog about what Italian sounds like to me, it's nice to stop for a minute and consider what it's like when the shoe is on the other foot.
The Sounds Of French: Learn French Pronunciation
Today I'd like to explore the sounds of French and talk about French pronunciation.
Why It's Easy To Learn The Russian Alphabet
The Russian alphabet is easy. Today, I'd like to show everyone how easy it is to learn the Russian alphabet and understand what you read.
Italian Essentials: Congiuntivo Trapassato (Pluperfect)
Similar to the past perfect subjunctive, the congiuntivo trapassato, or pluperfect, is formed by applying the subjunctive to the passato prossimo.