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time Nov 8, 2019

How hard is it to Learn Spanish?

Considering learning a second language is a thought that many of us have had in our lifetimes. Whether we want to remember the years of high school language requirements, are considerin

time Oct 24, 2019

Self-Publish Your Book

Writing a book is a huge accomplishment. It is likely that you have spent hours, days, months, and sometimes years pining over the right words, chapters, and information. Whether your

time Apr 9, 2019

What’s the Role of the Language Teacher?

Many people are accustomed to a model of language teaching that is heavily teacher-centered. To our minds (influenced no doubt by many years in China), this teacher-centered approac

time Sep 11, 2018

Into how Many Languages has the Bible Been Translated?

One of the most common questions asked by both Christians and non-Christians is, “Why are there so many Bible translations?” Are they necessary? Isn’t it overkill to have so

time Sep 4, 2018

Why are There Different Bible Translations?

As Christians who go to church as much as we can, we must have been hit by the thought – why are there different Bible translations? I can’t help but wonder myself. Perhaps, it would

time Jul 26, 2018

How to Learn Vocabularies?

The activities in a language course can be classified into the four strands of meaning-focused input (learning through listening and reading), meaning-focused output (learning through

time Jul 16, 2018

How Important is the Timing in Learning a Language?

Relearning a forgotten language is easier for those under 40 A small study involving 7 native English speakers who had learned either Hindi or Zulu as children when living abroad, but now

time Jul 10, 2018

How to Study a Foreign Language

Language learning is a highly cumulative process. It is like making a tower out of blocks: you keep building on top of what you did the day before. If you don’t keep at the job steadily,

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