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Successful Methods for Teaching ESL Students

  • August 28, 2017
  • by Dynamic Language

From confusing homophones to nonsensical idioms, English can be a notoriously difficult language to learn, especially for younger students. But thanks to modern technology and the Internet, language educators now have the tools to offer students a more immersive, multimedia learning environment that can help to bridge the gap between cultures.

How to Say Excuse Me in Spanish and 13 Other Languages

  • September 30, 2015
  • by Dynamic Language

You can say excuse me to get someone’s attention. When visiting different countries, it can be difficult to talk to the natives when you don’t know the main language. Many people in other countries may speak some English, but some don’t, and others may look down on visitors who don’t bother to learn their language.

HiNative Language Learning App Connects you with Native Speakers

  • October 29, 2014
  • by Emanuel Longo

 Language Learning Goes Mobile One of the inevitable challenges of learning a new language or honing your language fluency skills is not having the “intuition” that comes naturally to native speakers. Most of us have had the frustrating experience of trying to find the meanings of words by plugging text into machine-translation services or searching in […]

Language Learning with WeSpeke

  • July 24, 2014
  • by Emanuel Longo

In May, Adweek posted an article about language learning that we absolutely loved! We recommend you read the full article, but here’s a quick summary: a school in Brazil connected young teens who wanted to practice English with elderly Americans in retirement homes looking for a little companionship. Below is a video featuring some of […]

Train your ear to understand a foreign language

  • September 23, 2011
  • by Emanuel Longo

We’ve talked in the past about how to supplement your language classes at home, taking full advantage of free and easy-to-use resources.

Another occupation encourages language-learning

  • March 15, 2011
  • by Emanuel Longo

Some careers need people to know more than one language–translators and interpreters for example. But most companies don’t require it; knowledge of a second or third language is simply a small advantage in the workforce.

Companies invest in Livemocha language-learning

  • February 8, 2011
  • by Emanuel Longo

Your company asks you to be proficient in a foreign language…what do you do? For Rakuten employees in Japan, the answer is “learn the language”. As a result of opening offices in the U.S., Rakuten decided to change its language of business to English, a language all its employees must now learn within two years.

Monroe firefighters take Spanish classes

  • January 27, 2011
  • by Dynamic Language

Responding to an emergency can be tough when you can’t understand the person who’s injured or in peril.

Language acquisition proven possible for everyone!

  • December 15, 2010
  • by Emanuel Longo

No more excuses: it seems anyone can learn a new language! What many people swear is impossible for them has just been proven possible by Cambridge neuroscientists.

Reasons to learn a new language

  • July 29, 2010
  • by Emanuel Longo

It is logistically impossible to learn every language on the planet (there’s ~6,900 of them), but learning one or two more may help you in the long run. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that one’s native tongue affects the way he or she sees and interprets the world.

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