Facebook Twitter Google+ Gmail Shares I’ve been thinking about how the podcast should be done and how the course material should be presented. Studies are going strong so far personally speaking, and I want to update any learners by making PDFs of all I’ve learned so far. In a lesson, I want to have corresponding […]
Facebook Twitter Google+ Gmail Shares I touch up on this in the video, but if you have Snapchat and you pull down the screen (on iPhone, on the initial splash screen), then you’ll see a world map. Just choose where you want to go and click on an area and you’ll see any snaps that […]
Facebook Twitter Google+ Gmail Shares Here at LangShack we have a new weekly podcast show. This will be released every Saturday! Filmed in the morning and released in the evening. In the future when the show gets a bigger following, we want to go live every weekend and have a live discussion with our followers […]
Facebook Twitter Google+ Gmail Shares Aruba is truly a fascinating place. It is a polyglots paradise. Learning four languages is required for every resident who goes to school: Dutch, Papiamento, Spanish and English. However when you speak Papiamento and they know you’re a tourist, then they may think you’re attempting to speak Spanish and the […]
Facebook Twitter Google+ Gmail Shares A variant of Maori, spoken in the Cook Islands is closely related to the Maori spoken in New Zealand but is it the same? See samples and learn a bit about the language in this video.