“Dormir” Conjugation: A Guide to Talking about Sleeping in Spanish

Some people sleep like babies, others have quite a hard time getting any rest. Regardless of your particular situation, in this article, we’ll help you convey it in Spanish by using the verb dormir (generally meaning to sleep). We will cover the most basic forms of the dormir conjugation for beginners, give some advice to …

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Goodbye in Italian: All the Parting Words You Need to Know

Learning how to say goodbye in Italian is one of the first feats you should concentrate on when starting your language journey, as well as learning how to say “hello” in Italian, of course! Learning and practicing these simple expressions will not take much of your time, but it will surely make a great difference …

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Top 7 Intermediate French Apps—Which One Is Right for You?

If you’ve been learning French for a while, then you’ve probably already tried using different apps or websites. Have you noticed that after a while you come to a standstill? Do you start repeating the same things and stop making progress? That’s because many apps are designed for beginners as an introduction to the French …

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“Salir” Conjugation: A Complete Guide to Using the Verb “Salir” in Spanish

If there’s anything we all feel like doing lately, it’s finally getting the chance to go out again! Whether you’re looking forward to a well-deserved holiday or lunch with friends, we’ll make your going out simple in any language. Today, we’re going to be looking at the salir conjugation, meaning ‘to leave’ or ‘to go …

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“Potere” Conjugation in Italian: All You Need to Know, and a Bit More

The verb potere in Italian is the equivalent of the verb “to be able to”, also encompassing “can” and “may”, in English. Moreover, potere is also the Italian for “power”, both literally (it is a noun: il potere = the power) and figuratively: mastering the potere conjugation will really step up your Italian skills and give …

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“Hello” in German: “Hallo!” and Other German Greetings

If I had to guess, I’d say almost everyone who speaks English already knows hallo is “hello” in German. They sound very similar, and they are one letter off from each other in spelling, it’s hard not to connect the dots. In general, greetings are the most well-known part of any language, because they are …

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“You’re Welcome” in French: 8 Different Ways to Respond to “Thank You”

Once you’ve mastered saying please and thank you in French, it’s time to take it up a notch. If you want to learn how to respond when somebody thanks you, then you’ve come to the right place. There are a few ways to say you’re welcome in French depending on the situation and who you’re …

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Come on over: A Guide to the “Venir” Conjugation in Spanish

You know that feeling when you don’t know whether you’re coming or going? Well, we’ll make it easy for you. In a past article, we have covered the verb ir (to go) and, today, we’ll be focusing on the verb venir (to come). We’ll cover the venir conjugation starting from the basics and leading up …

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What Are Japanese Particles? Understanding Wa, Ga, and More

In Japanese, particles are called 助詞 (joshi) or てにをは (tenioha). These one-syllable building blocks within a Japanese sentence follow immediately after a noun, verb, or adjective. They modify each of these words, indicating what the word’s role is within the sentence. In this article, we’re going to cover the major Japanese particles, how they work, …

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