“Merry Christmas” in Spanish: Celebrating the Festive Season

The festive season is upon us once again! If you are anywhere in the Spanish-speaking world this year, chances are there are big celebrations for Christmas right around the corner. If you want to make sure you know how to celebrate Christmas in Spanish and say “merry Christmas” in Spanish, you’ve come to the right …

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“Happy Birthday” in Japanese – How to Celebrate Birthdays in Japan

Japan boasts one of the longest life expectancies in the world and has 80,000 citizens who are over 100 years old. Would it surprise you to learn that many of these centenarians have only recently started celebrating their birthdays? In this article, we’re going to take a closer look at how to celebrate birthdays in …

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The Ultimate Guide to Italian Pronouns

Pronouns are an essential part of any language, used to indicate or replace the person, animal or thing that is either doing or receiving an action. Italian pronouns are mainly divided into: Italian subject pronouns Italian object pronouns (direct and indirect) Italian possessive pronouns Italian relative pronouns Italian reflexive pronouns If you feel confused by …

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Should you learn two languages at once? Here’s what science says…

Are you currently learning a language, and thinking of picking up another to learn at the same time? Or maybe you just want to start learning two languages simultaneously? Some might think that this is a bad idea because you can’t put your full efforts into each language, and you could get confused and mix …

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