imlearninglanguages:

I’ve started Norwegian class two weeks ago and it’s amazing how I can already write a basic text about me and my family. I had another assignment for last thursday and I got a “bra!” (that means “good!”) when nobody else got it on his paper. For this one I want a “bra!” again :D

imlearninglanguages:

I’ve started Norwegian class two weeks ago and it’s amazing how I can already write a basic text about me and my family. I had another assignment for last thursday and I got a “bra!” (that means “good!”) when nobody else got it on his paper. For this one I want a “bra!” again :D

jaimetalangue:

FR/EN- PANTS

Here’s an educational ppt about pants in British English, American English, and French! ! Because there are lots of differences in the vocab between BE and AE, and I added French for French learners and French people learning English ;)

Feel free to add Australian, NZ, Canadian, etc. differences, I’m sorry for the lack of representation here.

Enjoy ;)

languageek:

21 Ways to Say Hello found here. 

language questions!

  • 1. favorite language to speak?
  • 2. favorite language to write in?
  • 3. favorite language to listen to?
  • 4. favorite musician in each language you know?
  • 5. favorite language-classroom-related memory?
  • 6. most embarrassing slip-up?
  • 7. hardest language you've ever studied?
  • 8. weirdest place knowing a foreign language has been useful?
  • 9. funniest translation error you've committed/heard?
  • 10. have you ever dreamed in a language other than your native language?
  • 11. favorite word in your target language(s)?
  • 12. worst language-related classroom memory?
  • 13. weirdest language-related classroom memory?
  • 14. favorite resources/books?
  • 15. have you ever eavesdropped on people just to see if you could understand what they were saying?
  • 16. ¿qué tal?
  • 17. ça va?
  • 18. wie geht's?
  • 19. come sta?
  • 20. nasılsın?

pkeoj:

languageek:

Impulsive buyer meets language geek and you get an Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary.

OH WOAH I AM DIGGING THIS YUP

Revising general linguistics! 

Colour coding:
- green: main topic
- light blue: small paragraph
- orange: key word
- yellow: date
- pink: name

Revising general linguistics!

Colour coding:
- green: main topic
- light blue: small paragraph
- orange: key word
- yellow: date
- pink: name

penguinflu:

anthony-sam:

The order of strokes for the character of “body” with blue circles indicating the beginning of each stroke.

I have a new respect for people who can read and write Chinese

penguinflu:

anthony-sam:

The order of strokes for the character of “body” with blue circles indicating the beginning of each stroke.

I have a new respect for people who can read and write Chinese