I read somewhere recently that both actually means the same thing and also read somewhere else that one is oral and one is written. What’s the difference between both?
Is this possible? Also are there sign languages in other foreign languages and not English?
I’d like an explanation,i’ve never really understood why?, does it mean the same thing?and are there other names for other languages?
Any indian in the house? Haven’t come across anyone.
Accent? Tongue twist? Shape of mouth?
Can it be taken as a full time job? What do you think?
I was wondering if anyone has tried translating with the voice app(the one that requires you talking). How efficient is it? Does it recognize accents too?
Lets play a game, I’m going to start a language related topic, whatever word i end with, start a sentence or sentences with it(also language related).
Language learning develops important 21st century skills by becoming more adept in understanding diverse cultural perspectives and one’s own identity....
Hi, so i was studying about languages and found somewhere on the internet that there are some quirky side effects of learning a foreign language. The ones that got me are;
1. Your First Language Changes
2.You Empathize with English Language Learners.
What do you think? Is this true?
*Please add more if you think it is.
Je ne parle pas couramment le français ou l’écrivain, mais je crois que le fait de parler en français avec d’autres m'aidera. Je m'appelle Temitope et je suis Nigéria. J'ai 26 ans. puis-je rencontrer d'autres s'il vous plaît.
Is sign language an actual/official language?
What application is best for translation? Also, Is it offline(Works without internet connection)?
Do you think watching movies of different languages help in learning?
Which is more widely recognized to be considered as a fluent English speaker?
Hi everyone,i’m Temitope.