second language

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 20, 2016
Competitive Advantage of Speaking a Second Language

Competitive Advantage of Speaking a Second Language

In today’s workforce, a prospective bilingual employee has a better chance of getting a job than a candidate with equal skills who lacks the second language. […]