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How to Learn Korean on Your Own (And Teach Yourself)

If you're like me you like the adventure of diving head first into a foreign language and exploring it on your own terms.You don't want to be limited to the material or method of just one course, and you

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How to Learn Korean as Fast as Possible

We're going to cut through the fluff and get right down to meat of learning Korean. In this post you'll learn a method of learning Korean that will help you start speaking as quickly as possible.

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The Best Way to Learn Italian (There is One)

Immersion is the best way to learn Italian The best way to learn Italian is by immersion. When you immerse yourself in a foreign language it means that you live as much of your life as possible in

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Best Programs to Learn Korean (The Top 5)

Finding a good Korean learning program can be tough. Many language learning companies either don't make a Korean course at all, or they simply copy and paste Korean words and phrases into what used

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Best Programs to Learn Chinese Mandarin (The Top 5)

It's not easy to find a good program for learning Chinese...A lot of companies put a "Chinese Mandarin" label on their Spanish or French course and call it a day. As a result Mandarin often doesn't get

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How to Pronounce the Russian Vowel Ы (5 Approaches)

Often the Russian vowel Ы is one of the hardest Russian letters for native English speakers to pronounce. This is because Ы simply has no equivalent in the English language. When I first started

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Intro to the Russian Accusative Case

Word order matters a lot in English. If we change the word order of an English sentence, its meaning could drastically change as well. Take a look at the two sentences below:The dogs bites the man.The

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Russian Verbs of Motion Part 2: “went”

In our last post we talked about how Russian makes a distinction between going once in a single direction and going multiple times in one or more directions. We also saw how Russian distinguishes going

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