Spanish Conjugation Practice: Best Tips and Resources

Spanish conjugations can be quite tricky. As you may know, there are three types of conjugations depending on verb ending (-ar, –ir or-er). There are also three different moods—indicative, subjunctive and imperative—with 20 different tenses in total. Not to mention the three verbals—infinitive, gerund and participle! This is why, in this article, we’ve gathered plenty …

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Learn Afrikaans on Duolingo: What Are the Best Alternatives?

Did you know that Afrikaans is actually derived from Dutch, so it belongs to the same language family as English? Of course, many elements of Afrikaans, such as case or gender, are very different, but other language aspects, like sentence structure, phonetics and even the alphabet, are relatively similar. Also, the Afrikaans language is not …

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“Können” Conjugation: Learn to Conjugate the German Verb “Können”

Können (= to be able to, can) is an extremely common German verb that comes up during most conversations. Whether you’re talking about your abilities or future possibilities, you need to know your können conjugation to be able to express yourself correctly. In this post, we’ll go over all the different forms of können and learn how to conjugate the …

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7 Best Apps for Intermediate Swedish Learners

It’s easy to reach a plateau in your Swedish language learning when you’re at an intermediate level. At the beginning, progress often feels quick, and mastering the basics gives you confidence and motivation. Then, most learners reach a point where it feels a little harder to improve those language skills, and it’s easy to get …

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