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  • July 30th, 2018
    Essential American Expressions to Help you Sound Like a Native

    Are you in the process of learning English? Congratulations! You are learning one of the most difficult languages to learn. English in and of itself is hard to learn due to its many exceptions to rules, among other challenges. However, the fact that it has its own unique phrases and idioms only makes matters even more complex.…

  • July 26th, 2018
    6 Spanish Sayings That Don’t Make Sense in English

    Idioms are expressions in language that can have figurative or literal meanings. They are a huge pain for most English language learners. It’s common to hear about the thousands of English idioms that leave language learners frustrated. However, it’s less common to hear about idioms from other languages. Spanish definitely has its fair share! Although idioms rarely make sense…

  • July 22nd, 2018
    6 Top Earning Jobs for Bilinguals

    Can you speak more than one language? If so, your professional future looks bright. In the modern area of globalization, those who are bilingual have a competitive edge. After all, being able to speak two or more languages is highly sought after in the job market, so you’ll find no shortage of jobs. Here is a rundown…

  • July 18th, 2018
    Learning Conversational English : 4 English Dialogues for Students

    Learning to speak English – or any language – takes lots and lots of practice. In fact, the general rule of thumb for learning British English is 360 hours of practice! You may already practice conversations at school, with a tutor, or with your family. But the practice doesn’t end there! There are many types of…

  • July 14th, 2018
    Why is Immigration Important?

      Why is immigration important in the United States of America? What good comes to our nation when we allow more immigrants to become Americans? Well, quite a lot actually. In fact, without immigrants, America, as we know it today, would not exist. A Forgetful Nation America is a nation of immigrants. Our nation begins…