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17 Mar

Does English still borrow words from other languages?

English language has “borrowed” words for centuries. English speakers may not be famous for being au fait with foreign languages, but all of us use words taken from other languages every day. In that last sentence au fait is an obvious example, but famous, foreign, languages, use, and taken are also borrowed words. Knowledge of what is being borrowed, and from where, provides

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03 Mar

5 Practical Ways To Motivate Yourself To Study English

Be Encouraged – Your English Is Probably Better Than You Think It Is! Unfortunately, a lot of English learners have a very negative view of their English skills. Do you ever find yourself saying or thinking things like… “My English is probably full of mistakes.” “I’m afraid to speak, because other people might not understand me.” “I’ve been

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17 Feb

Why should we use only the target language in the classroom?

  When I was at secondary school I loved languages. I studied both Spanish and French and my dream was to one day become fluent. I worked hard and always did well in my exams, but when f inally, after five years of studying, the time came to actually speak to the native language assistants,

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16 Ene

DEUTSCH

DEUTSCH Die deutsche Sprache gehört zu den indogermanischen Sprachen und außerdem enthält auch die Fremdwörter, die meist lateinischen, italienischen, französischen oder griechischen Ursprung haben. Heutzutage haben ungefähr 105 Millionen Menschen Deutsch als Muttersprache und insgesamt 185 Millionen Menschen beherrschen die deutsche Sprache, die die zehnte meist gesprochene Sprache weltweit ist. Darüber hinaus muss man erkennen,

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16 Dic

British English versus American English, is one better than the other? (Part 2)

British English versus American English, is one better than the other? (Part 2) Teaching implications and classroom problems Some may see this article as frivolous, some may not. Regardless of this, the differences between American and British English can raise issues in the classroom that the teacher must resolve. Some will take the form of a personal

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