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Weather & Meteorology is an online website which offers language programs in a variety of configuration designed to suit the needs of its clients. The website is offering the Pimsleur method which is the foundation of every course built. It is a scientifically proven set of principles designed to the heart of language. It is used to start speaking and understanding new languages fast and easy. Between 1963 and 1971, Pimsluer created language courses like Greek, French, Spanish, German, and TWI (Akan Lan...
Published by Alleyah A Allen 74 months ago in Linguistics | +1 votes | 0 comments
Reading Eggs is a company dedicated to providing young children education online by combining books with games and other activities. They offer one-on-one lessons that allow children to learn at their own pace. The website offers 120 big lessons; these lessons are perfect for children from ages 4 to 7 who are keen on starting to read.
Published by Richard Reed 75 months ago in Linguistics | +0 votes | 0 comments
Axis is a Swedish manufacturer of various types of network cameras used for video surveillance and physical security. Many of their products have an embedded computer with flash memory and usually run under Linux. The company has developed Journaling Flash File System (JFFS), which extended the lifetime of flash memory on devices.
Published by Sasha Brown 76 months ago in Linguistics | +0 votes | 0 comments
As early as the 16th century the study of personality traits through penmanship has been cited however it wasn’t until the 20th century that this practice become commonly known as graphology. The study of graphology can be used to benefit relationships, help managers hire the right employee, and even help to possibly determine who may be criminally insane.
Published by Alden Morris 76 months ago in Linguistics | +0 votes | 0 comments
Doberman Security Products, Inc. is a company that offers top-notch security products specifically made for the security needs of your home and daily life. They have a wide array of products that are suitable for your home, office and sports. A complete list of their products can be found in their official website, there are separate pages for their Home Security Products, Sports Security Products and Office Security Products.
Published by Latoya Lawrence 79 months ago in Linguistics | +0 votes | 0 comments offers best-practice language learning software and online courses. The software is designed for a range of consumer groups, from individuals to government agencies, businesses and schools. Products are designed to provide language as well as cultural knowledge to users. There are over 100 languages to choose from! Products are divided into user groups: Personal  Education Libraries Corporate Government  As well there are free resources on the site, such as a...
Published by Christy Birmingham 81 months ago in Linguistics | +6 votes | 0 comments
There's a special group of dialects in Argentina, the largest Spanish-speaking country in South America, and its neighbor Uruguay, called Rioplatense [ri-o-pla-'ten-se]. There are a few distinctions between textbook Castellano and Rioplatense that are important to know. Besides some extensive variation in vocabulary, there is an important difference in how we commonly say the second person singular ("you"). Instead of "tú," in Rioplatense we use "vos." This causes a variation in how we declin...
Published by A. Cardott 84 months ago in Linguistics | +1 votes | 0 comments
Ginger Grammar Checker offers groundbreaking English language software that corrects all spelling and grammar mistakes with ease! Ginger Grammar Checker proofreads text anywhere it is typed, based on the context of each sentence. What an easy and useful tool to have when typing any document on the computer! The website and its tools are owned by Ginger Software. The software consists of: A proofreading tool Detects and corrects English grammar and spelling errors based on the co...
Published by Christy Birmingham 84 months ago in Linguistics | +13 votes | 5 comments
You might have watched the famous TV series -Mind Your Language.Where a teacher tries to teach the some foreign students the basics of English language.Similarly let us say if roles are somewhat reversed- where the teacher, due to his/her limited knowledge of English vocabulary, makes mistakes and leads to hilarious funny situations.
Published by Pradip 86 months ago in Linguistics | +1 votes | 0 comments
Arabic is considered to be a tough language to master, especially in non-Arab surroundings. But in today's age, the Internet provides us with a vast range of resources for learning this beautiful language, among other ones too. This includes websites providing lessons with audio, language exchange websites, blogs, translation services, etc.
Published by Drona Negi 86 months ago in Linguistics | +1 votes | 1 comments
After learning the basics of Japanese language, it's very important that you converse with other Japanese native speakers or Japanese learners. If you want to know a great place to talk to other Japanese people online, you've come to the right place. Livemocha is a website with hundreds of native Japanese speakers who are willing to help you become fluent in Japanese.
Published by Jay Samson 86 months ago in Linguistics | +0 votes | 0 comments
If you're trying to learn Japanese, Hiragana is the absolute best starting position for any new language learner. With this technique, you'll be able to learn Japanese Hiragana easily and quickly. Once you learn Hiragana all other parts of Japanese language will become much easier.
Published by Jay Samson 87 months ago in Linguistics | +0 votes | 0 comments
The origin of the Greek Alphabet may first have begun with Semitic tribesman who passed the knowledge of their alphabet through trade to surrounding countries thus falling into the hands of the Greeks. However, ancient mythological accounts suggest that the origin of the Greek alphabet may have begun with the help of Apollo, Hermes, and the Fates.
Published by Alden Morris 88 months ago in Linguistics | +4 votes | 2 comments
Pimsleur Approach has had 40 years of research and 30 years of success teaching foreign languages through memorization techniques that have been utilized by many high profile agents. The FBI is one of their patrons and have given this establishment a status of approval for their innovative and quick approach to assisting with language comprehension and applications. PBS and a number of other media outlets have praised the Pimsleur Approach, and positioned it as a product worth spotlighting to en...
Published by Tammi Haynes 88 months ago in Linguistics | +0 votes | 0 comments
Teaching street locations can be done in conjunction with teaching the location of favorite tourist spots. here are some tips to the process of getting people to efficiently communicate where an address is.
Published by Martin Dansky 89 months ago in Linguistics | +1 votes | 0 comments
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