July 31, 2010

Learning Spanish – A Linguistic Irony

A Linguistic Irony In Spanish, masculine nouns end in o and feminine nouns end in a generally. They take their corresponding masculine or feminine article as […]
January 29, 2014
Spanish Language Hints - Convert Measurements

Spanish Language Hints – Convert Measurements

Learning How to Convert Measurements – Kilometers to Miles One of the biggest cross-cultural problems that arise between two cultures is measurement systems. Here is a perfect […]
February 6, 2014
Grammar rules make learning a second language easier

Learning Spanish – The Gender Rule

Grammar rules make learning a second language easier, but there are exceptions to the rules. In Romance languages (Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese and Romanian) names have […]
May 26, 2014
Learning Spanish - To Be or not to Be

Learning Spanish – To Be or not to Be

TO BE OR NOT TO BE: “ser o no ser” or “estar o no estar” One phrase in English becomes two in Spanish. See how the […]
March 30, 2016
Lingua Language Center was recently featured in the Ciudad Weston

Lingua Language Center Featured in Ciudad Weston Newspaper!

Lingua Language Center was recently featured in the Ciudad Weston Newspaper since we began offering classes at the Broward College Weston Center, in the Weston Public […]