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Rosetta Stone – The Pros and Cons

Posted by: Tarin Keith | Author: 10/21/14 | Categories: Language Learning Tips, Second Language Acquisition

It seems one can hardly mention the topic of language-learning without Rosetta Stone being brought to the forefront of the conversation. It’s as if it somehow unlocked a major secret allowing anyone, anywhere, to master a language. But there are a few things you should […]… Learn more »

Babies Benefitting from Being Bilingual!

Posted by: Tarin Keith | Author: 09/08/14 | Categories: Multilingual Children, Second Language Acquisition

According to an article in The Independent, research shows that the benefits of being bilingual start at an incredibly young age, as young as six months to be exact. Researchers from the National University of Singapore and the Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences worked collaboritevly with surrounding […]… Learn more »

20 Fun Facts About World Language

Posted by: Tarin Keith | Author: 08/05/14 | Categories: English Language, Second Language Acquisition

Where would the human race be without our cultivated knowledge of language? Language is what binds us together as a whole and enables us to thrive as a race. Here are some completely random facts about world language to help put things in perspective: 1. […]… Learn more »

Italian Movies and Books for Students of Italian

Posted by: Tom Means | Author: 06/22/14 | Categories: Language Learning Tips, Second Language Acquisition

Learning Italian:  Let’s start with the fun stuff first: The following movies are contemporary classics, all of which should be findable on Netflix. They are also all movies without too much dialect. If you are a beginner or low-intermediate student of Italian, you should probably […]… Learn more »

French Movies for Students of French

Posted by: Tom Means | Author: 06/21/14 | Categories: Language Learning Tips, Second Language Acquisition

Learning French: The following movies are contemporary classics, all of which are available on Netflix. They are also all movies without too much dialect. If you are a beginner or low-intermediate student of French, you should probably watch them with subtitles first and then watch […]… Learn more »