Using Games to Teach ESL

One of the challenges in teaching English as a second language is to make learning as effortless as possible. By making learning easy and fun, the instructor can ensure that the material imparted is received, understood and retained. Language is all about meaning and context. The best way for students to find meaning and context in what they are learning is if they experience it. Is it possible then to teach the English language by allowing the participants to experience it? Yes it is possible, through games.

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Memory Techniques To Boost Your Foreign Language Learning

So how much vocabulary do you actually need to know before you can "get by" and actually converse in a foreign language? Learn in this article

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The Fun of Learning the Hawaiian Language

Today, there are many words from the Hawaiian language that are still used conversationally and informally by the Islands’ inhabitants. We all know the word “aloha”, which has a myriad of meanings including hello, goodbye, and love.

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Learning Spanish - Part 10 - The Benefits of Attending Spanish Classes Instead of Self Study

In my next article I intend to talk in more detail about the Spanish language school that I attended in Antigua, Guatemala. I will explain how the lessons were conducted and how I befitted from the different teaching styles that my teacher and the school in general used during my two weeks of study there.

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Learning Spanish - Discover An Efficient Way To Learn Spanish

The Internet is the best way to learn Spanish. People all over the world are taking advantage of learning different languages, continuing their education and various other ways of improving themselves using the Internet.

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Learning Spanish - Part 8 - First Encounters in Mexico

In this article I start to talk about my travelling experiences through Central and South America. The start of my trip took me to California and then Mexico. I talk a little bit about the benefits of learning about different Spanish cultures and Spanish history and then about some of my early attempts at trying to communicate with the locals in Mexico.

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How To Learn Spanish – It’s A Cinch…

How to learn Spanish? As I am sure you know learning a foreign language is not an easy task unless you are one of those people with an “ear for language”, something I never really understood.

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En101 Makes Learning English Online Easy, Affordable and Rewarding

En101 is an Internet based company on a mission to bring the people of the world closer together through "One World, One Language" concept. It is also a fast growing home based business opportunity that helps you learn English as well as earn from it by referring others.

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How To Learn Spanish Easily

With the popularity of the Internet has come the opportunity to partake in a plethora of new services. Who would have imagined that you could, for example, learn the fundamentals of the Spanish language from an online course? All you need is an Internet connection and the desire to learn.

Providers of online Spanish language courses offer a number of programs from whhich to choose. Online language-course services not only offer fast-paced Spanish language lessons but many ...

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Don't Forget A Spanish Dictionary!

On a recent tour through Mexico and Central America, I realized that I had forgotten many things for my journey. For some reason I made it out of my house without my toothbrush and toothpaste, but fortunately I was able to replace them as soon as I realized my mistake. I also forgot film for my camera but was able to purchase some once I got to Mexico as well. Far worse than forgetting those things, however, was the realization that I had forgotten my Spanish dictionary that ...

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