How to Say “Happy Birthday” in French (and Other Useful Expressions)

Summer, New Years, May Day. They’re all times for celebration and quite possibly cake. Birthdays, however are a trickier thing that has to be remembered for each person. Maybe you have a French-speaking friend or relative and you want to earn some brownie points. In this post, you’ll learn all about saying “happy birthday” in …

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All You Need to Know About the “Venire” Conjugation in Italian

The Italian venire conjugation is widely used to express movement. Venire is an irregular verb and is the equivalent of the English “to come”. It means to come from, to arrive, to occur, and is sometimes used in a welcoming tone too (e.g. Vieni! – Come on in!) Venire is an intransitive verb – therefore …

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How to Say Goodbye in Korean: All the Expressions You Need to Know

In English there are many different ways of saying goodbye – ‘goodbye’, ‘bye bye’, ‘take care’, ‘see you later’, etc. Likewise, there are many ways to say goodbye in Korean, but there are also certain unique concepts we need to be aware of when saying goodbye in Korean. So in this article, we’ll take a …

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What makes a successful language learner? Catching up with John from Language Mastery

John Fotheringham, also known as the founder of Language Mastery, the author of Master Japanese and Master Mandarin, and the developer of a language-learning method to help people reach their goals, particularly in Japanese and Chinese, has kindly agreed to sit down with us and indulge in a few questions. He’s sure got some interesting …

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