Top 12 Ways to Learn Multiple Foreign Languages

It turns out that knowing 5-8 languages ​​is not a sign of genius, every person can do this. And you don't have to spend money and go to another country. Lifehacker has collected 12 ways to become a polyglot and learn several foreign languages. Some people think there is a special gene that ...

How to effectively learn a foreign language if you are already an adult

Many people think that learning foreign languages ​​is possible only in childhood and adolescence. But in adulthood, it is more than realistic to master it, writes Lifehacker. Why is it important to learn foreign languages ​​For brain development When people learn a foreign language, their brain is active ...

Can I forget my native language in emigration

Even as an adult, you can actually lose the ability to fully communicate in your own language. But explaining how and why this happens is not easy. Sophie Hardak, British of German descent, spoke especially for the Air Force about how people lose language skills and why ...

Better than 'very good': how to expressively replace hackneyed English words

The author of the LinguaZen channel on Yandex.Zen suggests that you familiarize yourself with the hit parade of English words that everyone uses too often. If you want to surprise native speakers with your vocabulary and make speech more expressive, learn alternative vocabulary from this article. Amazing, awesome, great - awesome, cool, ...

Top 20 most confusing rules in English: what to remember and what to ignore

The English language can be seriously confusing. Reader's Digest offers 20 confusing rules to figure out which ones you are using incorrectly and which you may well ignore in modern English. “Me” vs. “I” If you say: “Me and Mike went to ...

'Piece of Pie' and 'Dime a Dozen': What Popular American Idioms Mean

You can't hide an awl in a sack! Thirteen of the most common English idioms in the world invites you to study Reader's Digest. The English language is replete with bizarre borrowed phrases. Take idioms, for example. These common figurative or literary phrases don't seem to make much sense at first glance. But…

Snickers, siblings and the Alexander: 20+ secrets of English breaking language stereotypes

Linguist, teacher of foreign languages ​​and cultures Kristina Konstandenkova posts amazing facts about the English language on Twitter. Foreign languages ​​are her element since childhood, she prefers books and films in the original language. Interested in the history of the language and collects unusual facts about ...

How foreigners learn Russian: the strangest dialogues from textbooks

Have you ever wondered how people from other countries learn Russian? What do their Russian textbooks look like? The author of the “Protect Speech” channel on Yandex.Dzen did not fight curiosity: she found such textbooks on the Internet and began to read them ... More - ...

Where and How Americans Learn: Useful Terms in English

The author of the “Easy Speak - English School” channel on Yandex.Zen suggests talking about educational institutions. What to call a kindergarten, school, university in English? Education systems vary from country to country. Here are some of the educational institutions in the United States. So, let's start with the most ...

It's time to remember: 13 pairs of English words that Russian speakers confuse

It seems that for successful communication in English, it is enough to master grammar, memorize a lot of words and learn to understand speech by ear. But very often all successes are spoiled by similar words. It's time to remember them once and for all, writes Adme.ru. 1.…

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