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Saisir - to seize

Saisir - to seize

Learn how to conjugate saisir, a regular -ir French verb.......[Read More]
How to Learn Russian Grammar

How to Learn Russian Grammar

Russian is one of the most difficult languages to learn, but also one of the most valuable languages to know. Russian can be a challenging language because it is very structured and includes dozens of ways to conjugate each verb as well as six different cases into which adjectives and nouns are clas......[Read More]
The Most Common Mandarin Chinese Words - Part One

The Most Common Mandarin Chinese Words - Part One

The most common Mandarin Chinese words, arranged by Pinyin spelling, part one - A B C.......[Read More]
Japanese Events in February

Japanese Events in February

The Japanese word for February is "ni-gatsu(二月)." Learn some Japanese events in February.......[Read More]
Avoir le cafard

Avoir le cafard

What does the idiomatic French expression avoir le cafard mean and how is it used?......[Read More]
Homophone Corner: What's the Difference Between 'Heard' and 'Herd'?

Homophone Corner: What's the Difference Between 'Heard' and 'Herd'?

The commonly confused words "heard" and "herd": answers to practice exercises.......[Read More]
Bolder and Boulder: Answers to Practice Exercises

Bolder and Boulder: Answers to Practice Exercises

The adjective "bolder" means more daring, more forceful, or more prominent. The noun "boulder" refers to a large rock.......[Read More]
Réunir - to reunite

Réunir - to reunite

Learn how to conjugate réunir, a regular -ir French verb.......[Read More]
un talkie-walkie

un talkie-walkie

Learn about the franglais word talkie-walkie: what does it mean? How is it pronounced and used?......[Read More]
Does lorsque need the subjunctive?

Does lorsque need the subjunctive?

Does lorsque need the subjunctive in French? Find out with the Subjunctivator!......[Read More]
20 Examples of Malaproprisms

20 Examples of Malaproprisms

A malapropism is an absurd or humorous misuse of a word, especially by confusion with one of similar sound.......[Read More]
How to Learn Portuguese Vocabulary

How to Learn Portuguese Vocabulary

Learning to speak a different language is an exciting venture, but it does take some work and practice. There are a few tools you can use to learn basic Portuguese vocabulary so that you have a good foundation if you want to expand your command of the language. Whether you are visiting Portugal or B......[Read More]
Does s'apercevoir need the subjunctive?

Does s'apercevoir need the subjunctive?

Does the French verb s'apercevoir need the subjunctive? Find out with the Subjunctivator!......[Read More]
How To Conjugate the Spanish Verb "Poder"

How To Conjugate the Spanish Verb "Poder"

Conjugation of the Spanish verb "poder," which usually means "to be able."......[Read More]
What Is Polysemy?

What Is Polysemy?

Polysemy is the association of one word with two or more distinct meanings.......[Read More]
Chinese Character Profiles

Chinese Character Profiles

Chinese characters have interesting stories behind their development. The history of Chinese characters and the way they evolve can reveal clues to Chinese history and culture.......[Read More]
How to Recognize Romantic Signs of Interest

How to Recognize Romantic Signs of Interest

Romance can be found anywhere and with anyone. But how do you know for sure if that person is interested in you romantically or not? It's not always easy to tell, but these signs may help clue you in.......[Read More]
Never Confuse the Words Track and Tract Again

Never Confuse the Words Track and Tract Again

As a noun, "track" refers to a path, route, or course. The verb "track" means to travel, pursue, or follow. The noun "tract" refers to an expanse of land or water, a system of organs and tissues in the body, or a pamphlet containing a declaration or appeal.......[Read More]
Today in Francophone History

Today in Francophone History

Learn about important dates in French and francophone history: famous birthdays, holidays and celebrations, and other milestones.......[Read More]