Showing posts from August, 2016

Guest Post: Learning English with Movies – Fun and Value Hand in Hand

“I’m not just watching, I’m listening to English” – is the excuse at the end of the day when a parent sees you are not visibly studying at night instead of going to bed. However, I challenge you to think: what if it was true and you did actually learn from a movie? With so much interesting stuff happening in the US and other English speaking countries there is enough to blow your mind on a daily basis. And it’s not just politics or some kind of world library. Guilty pleasures work well, Suicide Squad, some comedy... whatever floats your boat.

Esperanto Presentation

I got an amazing opportunity today to present about Esperanto in South East Asian Migrant Inspired (SEAMI), a non-profit organization located in Taoyuan city, Taiwan. The presentation lasted for approximately one hour and I covered the brief history of Esperanto, Esperanto organizations, Esperanto-related entertainment, and my experience of learning it as well as the friendship that I have because of Esperanto.

Guest Post: 7 Attributes Competent Interpreters Have in Common

There is now a high demand for interpreters across various businesses looking for an opportunity to go international. This is exactly why there are also entities who focus on building their own private translation agencies to offer translating services.

10 Tips To Learn A New Language

Anyone from anywhere can access information much easier nowadays. Don't believe it? It doesn't matter where you are right now, you can always read my articles in this blog, can't you? In fact, this blog has been viewed by readers from more than 100 countries around the world, even from some countries that I didn't know they exist. It is very incredible to learn about how information flows faster than the flow of rainwater into the sea, something that my mom could never believe, not to say my grandmom.

Guest Post: It’s behaviour, stupid

Do you know what native speakers look at to determine a person’s fluency in their language? It’s not proper grammar or even pronunciation—it’s the behavior of the speaker that demonstrates his or her command of the language.

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