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"Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men."

Col 3:23
Divide and Conquer Learning a language can, on one level, be compared to putting together a rather large jigsaw puzzle. Imagine that somebody gives you a puzzle that shows a panoramic view of the Grand Canyon - that is, if you ever manage to put all the pieces together. Read More...
There are other factors to consider when reflecting on the natural quality of language. “Language,” Steven Pinker contends in his book The Language Instinct, “is no more a cultural invention than is upright posture” (5). For example, there is to consider the universality of complex language, a strong reason to infer that language is the product of a special human instinct. Read More...
Be a parrot - don't think, talk! Take the Spanish, for example. Do you know what "go - at" means? When a Spanish girl said this once, I almost corrected her, since I thought she meant "go to", such as "go to church", or whatever. Read More...
To communicate with others in a foreign language doesn't really require perfection. Even if you speak Spanish, for example, with a heavy North American accent, can only use the simple present form of the verbs, and mix up the word order in practically every sentence you utter, many people will still be able to understand you. Read More...
If a Native nation, community or organization wishes to explore options for building a language repository or becoming part of a language repository system, the first thing to know is that there are two major types of language repositories: 1) an electronic repository and 2) a physical repository. Read More...
The Comanche Language is a linguistic branch of the Uto-Aztecan language phylum. Dialects of the language are spoken in regions throughout North and South America. Preservation of language is an inherent component of being Comanche. The Comanche Language was the lingua franca in trade and negotiations with neighboring tribes, Spanish officials, French officials, United States officials, settlers and expeditions passing through Comanche territories from the 16th to the 19th Centuries. Read More...
Imagine a city that isn't particularly attractive, or especially clean; a city where the people are no friendlier - and perhaps even considerably less friendly - than those in your home town. Doesn't sound very appealing, does it? Ah, but if this city just happens to be one in a country whose language you are learning, it is a different matter altogether. Read More...
For those of us who are native speakers of English, the term "phrasal verb" may have little meaning, and we have probably never seen the necessity of seeking a phrasal verb list for the purpose of memorizing it, or indeed for any other purpose. Yet for non-native speakers of our language, these infamous combinations are a source of frustration, dismay and countless hours of hard work. Read More...
When you have a look at the huge variety of foreign language learning materials on the market today, it's hard to decide what method is best. Which book or books should I buy? Do I need one book for general grammar, another for verbs? How about CDs? Should I get a complete set of them, or will a few suffice? Read More...