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Jeremy is entering the so called age of the 'terrible three'.  The age where  toddlers become self aware or more self aware and like Skynet in terminator decide to take over the world wreaking destruction on everything around it.  Or s...
by Jakarta News on Aug 10, 2016

Why Learning a Second Language is Valuable in Today’s World

Many 21st century students, and even their slightly older counterparts, have learned a second language as a part required of the schooling curriculum. Even though […]...
by How To Learn on Apr 2, 2014

The first steps of learning a new language

Hello, Hola, Bonjour, Ciao, Hallo, Olá, Privet. Learning a language from a complete beginner’s level is always a challenge, especially if you don’t count yourself within the young and lively or the naturally gifted. Still, it is possible to lear...
by Abroad Languages Blog on Nov 8, 2013

Vital Principles to Learn Languages Efficiently

If you want to undergo a fast learning language process in a very simple way besides the idea to learning English in England, you need to follow vital principles so that you efficiently obtain what you are yearning for. With the following learning la...
by Abroad Languages Blog on May 9, 2013

10 Percent Of Children May Be Affected By Learning Disabilities

Up to 10 percent of the population are affected by specific learning disabilities, such as dyslexia, dyscalculia and autism, translating to 2 or 3 pupils [...]...
by How To Learn on Apr 23, 2013

The Relation of Language and Science in Human Brain Development

One of the Armed Forces academies in Sweden has presented new language training to their young recruits. Those who have talents for languages set out from having zero know-how of a foreign language like Russian or Arabic to verbalizing it fluently wi...
by Abroad Languages Blog on Dec 22, 2012

Become Multilingual by Integrating Languages and Society

Anyone who desires to excel their language learning can be much more successful when study abroad programs in China, Canada, Spain, or to any countries in the foreign land is the plan to attain. Learning a new language while educating from the magnif...
by Abroad Languages Blog on Nov 29, 2012

The Benefits of MFL to Young Learners

Young learners ages 4 to 12 are the best ages to start learning a new language according to a study. Over the previous decades, there was a huge exertion of driving in teaching Modern Foreign Language (MFL) in Primary institutions. Children have oppo...
by Abroad Languages Blog on Nov 27, 2012

The linguistic genius of babies

I want you to take a look at this baby. What you’re drawn to are her eyes and the skin you love to touch. But today I’m going to talk to you about something you can’t see — what’s going on up in that little brain of hers...
by Psychology Videos on Oct 2, 2012

Interactive Learning Effective in Learning a Language

Constant communication is one of the most inspired keys to allow learners to master learning a language. The more frequent, often, and consistent a language learner is in conquering to learn English language, the more he became knowledgeable with the...
by Abroad Languages Blog on Sep 23, 2012

Famous People Capable of Speaking Various Languages

A celebrity or not, people can have the chance and the task to learn foreign languages. Of course, grateful are we that some have chosen to learn English languageand decided to make the world smaller by bridging language gaps, but more can we really...
by Abroad Languages Blog on Aug 15, 2012

Internet Dating Profile Examples

See Pages 8-11 SB, 4-5 WB – IS THE INTERNET A GOOD PLACE TO …Questionnaireandthisinformation(profile)is enteredintothewebsitedatabase.Aphotois answers are general examples and not meant to be exact replies to each of the questions. 2A1The...
by On Line Dating on Aug 3, 2012

Foreign Languages Learning Made Earlier as Mandated

‘Learning a foreign language could soon become compulsory for primary school pupils from the age of seven under government reforms.”   Would you like your child to learn as early as primary levels with their foreign language learning? Accord...
by Abroad Languages Blog on Jul 20, 2012

Scholarship Opportunities for a Multilingual Student

Language learning has recorded lots and lots of almost endless opportunities. For those who are knowledgeable with English along with other famous foreign languages, they can really go far. In fact, with their knowledge with foreign languages, they c...
by Abroad Languages Blog on Jul 12, 2012

Movie Dialogues for Effective English Language Learning

The use of movies to learn English language is not really a very new method to recommend learners. In fact, whether we recommend it or not, learners generally find movies as entertaining but effective tools to help them with their language learning.
by Abroad Languages Blog on Jul 4, 2012

Language Games Online Bring Advantages to Young Learners

Considering Italian games online in learning Italian is a remarkable choice to let young learners explore the beauty of the language in a more enjoyable manner. In fact, for these youngsters to embrace the seriousness of language learning, we’re go...
by Abroad Languages Blog on Jul 3, 2012

Linguistic Laziness among English Language Speakers

Australians are in danger of “slipping into linguistic laziness”, Federal Opposition Leader Tony Abbott has warned.   The importance of foreign language learning has always been important. In fact, this is one of the essential commun...
by Abroad Languages Blog on Jul 1, 2012

The Grammar-Translation Method : Really all that Bad?

When it comes to teaching languages, the grammar-translation method has become the child nobody loves or wants to acknowledge.  But is it really hell on toast?  No, it ain’t .  There, I said it.  Leave it to Seeroi to be the one to defend s...
by Japanese Rule of 7 on May 7, 2012

You CAN Choose to Learn Foreign Languages

If you’re thinking that it is way too impossible for you to learn foreign languages, think again. Science can prove that you CAN actually learn foreign languages, and that is based on facts!   As what Telegraph posted, a learner’s brain can...
by Abroad Languages Blog on May 7, 2012

The Grammar Translation Method : Really all that Bad?

The grammar-translation method takes a lot of flack.  More than it deserves, I think.  There, I said it.  Leave it up to Ken Seeroi to be the one to defend something he doesn’t even like, but hey, somebody’s gotta stand up for the little guy.
by Japanese Rule of 7 on May 7, 2012


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