Yearlyglot Blog (Page: 37)
How To Say 'Just About To...' In Italian
The phrase stare per [...] indicates action on the verge of happening. It is always followed by an infinitive verb.
Ser vs Estar: Guide For Total Spanish Newbies
Today I am going to discuss the difference in Spanish between ser and estar, both verbs with mean 'to be'.
Beginner Russian: Making Sense Of 'To Be'
The English language uses the verb 'to be' for almost everything, but the Russian language almost doesn't use it at all.
Italian For Beginners: Essere vs Stare
The verbs essere and stare both translate as 'to be' in most uses, but they represent two different concepts.
How To Learn Italian Vocabulary For Restaurants
Since I am studying Italian, I am going to discuss the items found in a typical Italian restaurant.
5 Things To Know Before Buying Lingualift (Review)
This review looks at LinguaLift, which has been around for several years now with a slowly-rising reputation in the language space.
Why You Should Stop Trying To Learn A Foreign Language
I'm not kidding. Stop trying. If all you're willing to do is try, you'll be happier and better off if you just stop now.
Updated Goals For Learning Italian
When I started this blog, I made a point that it is important it is to have clearly defined goals by which to measure success, and then I laid out some goals for this year.