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Mastering Piano Chords and Scales

22nd August 2009
So many students are trapped in the fear of the monotony of learning piano chords and scales but the dawning of the internet and the technologies it offers have dramatically changed the way that this instrument can be learnt. Many piano students have f... Read >
Author: Lauren Paltrow

Does Rocket Languages Really Work?

08th July 2009
If you are tired of using the same old , uninteresting drills that come with studying a language and are prepared to add some fun an excitement into your schedule , then Rocket Languages is for you. This new way of learning a second language allows the s... Read >
Author: Leo

Online French For Kids - An Easy Method Of Learning French

12th May 2009
I am often asked, what are the best methods to learn French for kids? Below we will take a look at some proven methods that are practical when it comes to learning French for children. 1. Immersion - When kids are immersed in a new subject they will le... Read >
Author: b-moc

Talk to a Man in a Language he Understands

17th February 2009
"If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his own language - that goes to his heart." - Nelson Mandela. Learning another language is one of the most important things you can choose to do. Although ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Benefits of Language Learning

27th January 2009
Other than the obvious benefits of learning a new language (visiting another country, business reasons) there are many others. Learning a new language is a personally rewarding experience in terms of functionality and self confidence. Many people are unde... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Exercises False Cognates English Spanish

01st December 2008
Learning Spanish: Spanish Language School Spanish Language Mp3 What is so sad to me are those who want to learn the language and make a valiant attempt only to fail. All those who have studied a foreign language understand the process of trial and err... Read >
Author: Lori

How to Make Your Ex Want You Back – Make Your Ex Attracted To You

26th September 2008
The feeling of having your ex leaving you is really terrible. Deep in your heart, you really want to get your ex back to your side and at the same time, you are wondering endlessly on what you should do to eventually win your ex back. One of the reaso... Read >
Author: Yann Leong

The Important Role of Intonation in Speech

27th June 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Lynda StuckyIf you have ever learned another language you know how difficult it is to master. There are different pronunciations of sounds, different grammar rules and some intonation or inflection changes that are complicated and diffi... Read >
Author: Lynda Stucky, M.A. CCC-Speech Pathology

Teaching Sign Language to Toddlers and Older Children

16th June 2008
Bringing up children is a very delicate and complicated task that requires a lot of time, attention and patience. Main reason being that children, especially toddlers and small kids are incapable of expressing themselves as vividly as adults. Over time, p... Read >
Author: Susan Hutson

Spanish Indirect Object Pronoun Games

25th February 2008
Learning Spanish: Shot Straight Up Or Neat In Spanish Language Spanish Language School Cuernavaca Mexico Critics would say Krashen has drawn too rigid a line between the learning and the acquiring of a second language. All those who have studied a for... Read >
Author: Lori

Which Two South American Countries Dont Speak Spanish

29th January 2008
Learning Spanish: Spanish Language Dictionary Spanish Language Commercials All those who have studied a foreign language understand the process of trial and error each of us goes through as we learn to speak in a new language. There are different type... Read >
Author: Lori

UPROOTED AND TRANSPLANTED - Moving and Your Child

12th July 2005
Imagine a wonderfully rare and beautiful plant growing in your garden. Started from seed, and nurtured daily, the plant has gradually unfolded year after year into a thing of beauty. Now imagine ripping it out of the ground by the roots, plopping it into ... Read >
Author: Susan Taylor Brown
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