How Long It Takes to Learn Spanish—Revealed
Before we discuss how fast you can learn Spanish, let’s explain the factors that can affect the language learning time frame.
Say “I Love You” in Different Languages to Impress Your Loved One
Why say “I love you” when you can be more original and express your love in a different language? One thing is for sure, your partner will appreciate it!
The Easiest Language to Learn for English Speakers Revealed
To help you avoid wasting time and effort researching the world’s easiest language or analyzing language after language until you end up with the wrong one, we’ve selected a few languages that English speakers tend to pick up very quickly.
How to Use and Form Present Indefinite (Simple) Tense
Simple present is most commonly used when talking about things we do on a daily basis.
How Was the Esperanto Language Invented? Who Speaks It?
Although it’s far from being widely spoken today, Esperanto is far from dying out. In fact, people are showing interest in this language now more than ever.
Knowing the “Auld Lang Syne” Meaning Can Change the Way You Sing It
Auld Lang Syne is an old Scottish ballad from 1788 that reminds everyone of New Year’s Eve. Since the song is not really in English, many people don’t understand it. But that’s understandable because it’s based on the language spoken by the 18th-century Scots.
How to Use Future Perfect Tense Correctly
The future perfect tense is one of the twelve basic English tenses with its own usage and rules you need to follow to use it correctly. Although it’s not as common as future simple or present perfect, there are still instances that require using it so you can avoid possible misunderstandings.
Is It Happy New Year, Happy New Year’s, or Happy New Years?
With the new year just around the corner, you start thinking about all the people you want to send greeting cards and emails to wish them well. But what phrase is the right one to use? Is it “Happy New Year”, “Happy New Year’s”, or “Happy New Years”?