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Language learning is the educational imperative of our

Details: In response to America’s language deficit, a bipartisan Congressional report has called for the country to “to value language education as a persistent national need similar to education in math or English, and to ensure that a useful level of proficiency is within every student’s reach.”

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25 Latin Phrases that Every Student should know Latin

Details: These phrases will assist in all student’s ability to write well and impress their instructors. Thus, here is a list of Latin phrases that student should try to use and commit to memory during the summer for their fall terms (if they are not in summer school/session).

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Education in Ancient Rome Latin Language Blog

Details: Middle education: 12-16(rich or privileged) Grammaticus: Explanations of Greek and Roman poets.The aim is the perfect mastery of language. Tabernae throughout the forum, open to the public: Full text analysis: grammar, metrics.History, mythology and geography by memorization: Higher education: 17-20(students who aspire to political career

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What is new in Poland’s education system

Details: The 1999 education reform had three main aims: to improve the quality of education, reduce the inequalities between children living in villages and cities (or those coming from more or less privileged environments), and increase the number of citizens with secondary and higher educations. Even though many experts and pedagogues were skeptical

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Adventures in French Education: CM and TD French

Details: The other side of the education coin is the TD, or Travail Dirigé, the “supervised” class, a practical application of the lecture class, at least en théorie (in theory). Pendant un TD (during a TD) le professeur goes through prepared exercises and en théorie there’s some level of interaction.

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À l’École!: French and American Grade Levels Compared

Details: From there, they can choose to pursue their higher education at the local university but only after having successfully completed le Baccalauréat (the Baccalaureate), also known as simply le Bac, a grueling series of final exams covering a range of subjects to be taken over the course of several days in the month of June.

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The Hill We Climb

Details: The Hill We Climb is filled with rich imagery and figurative allusions from culture, history, and the Bible. Gorman was writing her poem for the 2021 inauguration when an insurrectionist mob broke into the US Capitol building just two weeks before the ceremony. She said that was when the inspiration for the poem fully formed in her mind.

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La Fontaine’s Fable: “Le Lièvre et la Tortue” (The Hare

Details: Le Lièvre et la Tortue (The Hare and the Tortoise) is the tenth fable of the 6th Book of Jean de la Fontaine, in his Fables compendium, published for the first time in 1668, during the reign of the “Sun King”, Louis XIV. We know that La Fontaine was inspired by the Greek writer Aesop, considered the father of fable genre.

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Afghan Traditional Clothes Dari Language Blog

Details: Peraahan is a long shirt or top covering the upper body up to the knees that men in Afghanistan wear as part of the traditional clothes. Peraahan can also mean any type of dress. Tonbaan is the baggy pants that both men and women in Afghanistan wear. These pants are very loose and comfortable. Waaskat = waistcoat.

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The superlative with "-ísimo" in Spanish Spanish

Details: The superlative with “-ísimo” in Spanish Posted by Adir on Mar 11, 2013 in Spanish Grammar. In Spanish we can say that something is “the most / -est” also by using the ending -ísimo (a). Check out how this superlative is formed. 1. Most adjectives. Este hotel es barat ísimo. [This hotel is extremely cheap.] Él tiene una casa grand

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Korean Education Fever Korean Language Blog

Details: Another common belief among Koreans is that education was the biggest 원동력 (won-dong-ryeok: driving force) for Koreans to be able to get out of economic hardship after the Korean War.After the War, Korean society slowly became vertically solidified by socioeconomic status.

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Indonesian Lesson: Asking About Education Indonesian

Details: Indonesian society values education so highly, most Indonesians will put a lot of effort into getting a higher education even though an academic title will not guarantee an improved economic situation. The more academic titles someone has, the better he will be treated by society because he will be perceived as someone with high cognition…

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The other names for the days of the week English

Details: 0:00. 0:00 / 3:05. Live. •. Wednesday – This day of the week is also known as “ hump day ,” because Wednesday is in the middle of the workweek. What this means is that people have worked two days and they will have two days left to go until the weekend. So, they have reached the top of the “hump” for the week.

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Body Parts and Their Verbs English Language Blog

Details: Body Parts and Their Verbs Posted by Gabriele on Feb 24, 2012 in English Vocabulary. Today I am going to present a quick review of the vocabulary related to different parts of the body as well as present some of the verbs you might use to describe the actions of these body parts. Head: to shake; to nod. ( Shake your head from side to side.)

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Education system in Spain Spanish Language Blog

Details: Each country has its own education system. Here’s how Spain’s educational system works, en español. Educación infantil: que comprende hasta los seis años de edad, es la primera etapa del sistema educativo, de carácter no obligatorio.Está dividida en dos ciclos, el primero hasta los 3 años de edad y de los 3 a los 6 el segundo.

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School life in the former German Democratic Republic

Details: School uniforms are still proscribed in Germany – because of Nazi Germany, when the achievement of the uniformity of the masses was highly valued. School uniforms were also a taboo in the former German Democratic Republic (for the same reason) but in order to “strike the balance” between Germany’s cruel past and the political idea of

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Expressing degrees of certainty with modal verbs English

Details: Today I would like to talk a little about expressing different degrees of certainty using modal verbs and adverbs. To keep this discussion as simple as possible I will only be using the modal verb ‘will’, but I will be introducing a number of adverbs that can be used to express degree of certainty with this and other modal verbs.

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Math in Thai Thai Language Blog

Details: It’s been rightly said that you are not fluent in any language until you can do math in that language without translation. This tutorial is meant for those who can already read Thai numbers. If you cannot yet read Thai numbers, complete the below set of tutorials first to catch up. Background Tutorial #1… Continue Reading

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English Spanish Vocabulary

Details: English Spanish Vocabulary – Education Educación Posted by Laura on Apr 21, 2015 in Learning, Spanish Vocabulary Today we are going to practice some useful Spanish vocabulary related to education. Hoy vamos a practicar vocabulario español útil relacionado con educación.

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Education System Reform in South Korea Korean Language Blog

Details: The South Korean government is trying to implement a new compulsory education system. This issue has been receiving a great deal of attention by South Korean People. In the United States, 어린이 (children) typically receive 무상교육 (free education) for 십이 년 (twelve years). In most states, children between the ages of six and eighteen receive their 정규교육 (formal…

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Checking out of your hotel or hostel English Language Blog

Details: Here is your room key; your room number is written on the envelope. You have a single, queen-size bed in a non-smoking room. You: Thank you. Check-in desk: The elevator to your room is around the corner. If you have any questions once you are in your room, just give us a call here at the front desk by dialing 0. Enjoy your stay.

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French Academic Vocabulary French Language Blog

Details: You might hear people referring to their education level as bac +3 or bac +2, which refers to the years of study they finished after passing le baccalauréat. Like au lycée, in college grades are typically issued on a 20-point scale, with 10 being the passing grade. It is—somewhat notoriously—difficult to get grades above 15 or so in the

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Kana and Sisters; Verb Types Arabic Language Blog

Details: Kana and Sisters; Verb Types Posted by Fisal on Feb 17, 2012 in Arabic Language, Grammar, Vocabulary. The verb Kana كان and its sisters are special verbs in the Arabic language. They start the Nominal sentence and case the subject to be their noun ( Ism اســـْـــم) with a dammah and cause the predicate to be their Predicate

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Ancient Roman Virtues Latin Language Blog

Details: Ancient Roman Virtues Posted by kunthra on Jan 21, 2011 in Uncategorized. There were certain virtues that the Ancient Romans cherished and encouraged among male citizens. One of these virtues was severitas or sternness. Respectable Ancient Roman citizens were expected to display a sense of temperantia or self control.

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Play Games in Portuguese Portuguese Language Blog

Details: Learning a language doesn’t have to be boring. Check out some of these fun games to help you learn Portuguese! Crossword with pictures Hangman Find the incorrect word Adverbs Word Search Crossword Puzzle Crucigramas Excellent vocabulary games Also, you can check out these games intended for Portuguese-speaking children that can actually be quite useful for…

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Love and Courtship in Indonesian Culture Indonesian

Details: Parents believe that their future in-laws should at least come from the same social status and religion. Indonesian culture places higher importance on the acceptance and approval of community or family. Therefore, at the early courtship, both sides try their best to be accepted by their parents. There is a saying in Indonesia, “Kalau kita

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Arabic Poem “أَنَا مِنْ هُنَاكَ” by Mahmoud Darwish

Details: Snatched by seagulls, my own view, an extra blade. Of grass, a moon at word’s end, a supply. Of birds, and an olive tree that cannot die. I walked and crossed the land before the crossing. Of swords made a banquet-table of a body. I come from there, and I return the sky. To its mother when it cries for her, and cry.

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An Ode to Valparaíso Spanish Language Blog

Details: These days, Valparaíso is famous for its laid-back bohemian vibe and vibrant street art scene. The city has long inspired artists, including one of Chile's most famous poets. We'll learn a bit more and study a great Spanish poem in an ode to Valparaíso.

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Fitness in Ancient Rome Latin Language Blog

Details: Salvete Omnes! With the start of the new year there are plenty of us who have made some New Year’s Resolutions. One of the most popular resolutions people make today is the resolution to either lose weight or to spend more time on fitness. So, while this subject is on some of our minds, let… Continue Reading

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Guide to Impersonal Latin Verbs Latin Language Blog

Details: The following shows three of the most common used impersonal verbs and how they take their particular case and then the infinitive. licet, licere, licuit: it is permitted (+ dative). It is permitted for X to Y.[X = dative of person & Y = infinitive]oportet, oportere, oportuit: it is fitting, it behooves (+ accusative). It is fitting for X to Y. –or– It behooves X to Y. [X = accusative of

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The German Präteritum tense German Language Blog

Details: The Präteritum is equivalent to the English Simple Past tense, so to speak.But usually, the Präteritum is not used in everyday language in German. It is rather used as a literary language. Germans commonly opt for the Perfekt in their speech in order to refer to the past – which will be discussed in my upcoming post. Nevertheless, let’s have a closer look to the Präteritum, as it is

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Describing someone’s physical and personal characteristics

Details: Let’s learn how to describe and explain about someone’s physical and personal characteristics Describing people Ciri-ciri fisik/ciri-ciri tubuh Physical characteristics to use in a conversation characteristics characteristics Rambutnya seperti apa? What is the hair like? berambut panjang to have short hair Teman saya berambut panjang. My friend has long hair. berambut pendek …

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Is there still a place for language labs in higher education

Details: To those wondering if there’s still a place for language labs (or centers) in higher ed, we would argue that modern language centers are at the very heart of language learning in higher ed. The evolving role of the language center does not just support language education, it is the epicenter of a major transformation that Stone believes

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French Expressions: Pregnancy and Childbirth French

Details: 2. Accouche! Very simply, accouche!, which literally means “give birth,” is a popular expression that means “Out with it!” or “Spit it out!”. 3. Accouche, qu’on baptise! This is a Québéçois expression, which literally means “give birth, so we can baptize [the child],” means something like the French expression “ accouche!

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Major Dialects of Hindi Hindi Language Blog

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Poem in Hindi – Badhe Chalo, Badhe Chalo Hindi Language Blog

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English language in Norway Norwegian Language Blog

Details: English language in Norway Posted by kari on Apr 30, 2010 in Culture, Language, Norway and the world. I have written on this topic before and I imagine I will again; the use of engelsk (English) in Norway continues to rise. Engelsk is used increasingly in høyere utdannelse (higher education), forskning (research), arbeidsplass (work place) and

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Top 10 Proverbs in Hindi Hindi Language Blog

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Vesak in Thailand Thai Language Blog

Details: Vesak in Thailand Posted by sasha on Jun 1, 2015 in Culture. Today is an important holiday for Buddhists all over the world, marking the birth, enlightenment, and death of Guatama Buddha. This day goes by many names – Vesak, Vesākha, and Buddha Purnima to name a few – and in Thailand it’s called Visakha Bucha (วิสาขบูชา).

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Common phrases for writing a postcard in English English

Details: Don’t forget to send a postcard to your English teacher, now that you have learned some good phrases to include in your message! Common English phrases for postcards: We’re having a great time. We’re thinking of you. The weather’s been gorgeous. This is …

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“Ja må han/hon leva” the Swedish birthday song Swedish

Details: The Swedish birthday song is actually a very old one, the melody dating back the the 18 century when Mozart and Haydn’s tunes were known by most. That is why the song is actually very well known in Austria as well. Bellman, a man of disgrace during his lifetime but a well renowned poet after his death wrote the lyrics to the birthday song.

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English Idioms and Expressions about Art English Language

Details: To describe or explain something without adding much detail. An artistic triumph. Any success achieved with flair and style. Artist’s retreat. A place away from a typical environment, usually secluded, so that an artist may reflect and create undisturbed. Also called an …

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Jokes in Portuguese Portuguese Language Blog

Details: Jokes in Portuguese, called piadas, tend to poke fun at different groups, like in English: lawyers, doctors, people from specific parts of the country, blondes, and famous people. Brazilian jokes also poke fun at Argentines, Portuguese people, soccer players, and caipiras, or people from rural areas. Let’s take a look at some jokes, and see…

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Giving birth in Sweden Swedish Language Blog

Details: You can tell a lot about the culture of a people by examining the activities and customs around the big moments in life – the funerals, weddings and births. (födslar) One step above examining, is actually experiencing….and I got the opportunity three days ago to experience the birth of my second child in Sweden. Herman Alexander.… Continue Reading

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This Mark Is Used Only By The Dutch! Dutch Language Blog

Details: The goedkeuringskrul has been around for many decades now, and is widely used in scholen (schools) and universiteiten (universities) across the Netherlands to indicate goede antwoorden (correct answers). Foute antwoorden (wrong answers) are usually marked with a simple slash, X or even a vinkje!So where the vinkje means “correct” or “seen” in other countries, it can indicate a wrong

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How to Write a CV in Arabic Arabic Language Blog

Details: Prominently highlighting your Arabic skills on your CV can be very good for a relevant language-related job.. But you know what? Sending along an Arabic version of your سيـــــــــرَة ذاتِيَـــــــــــــــــة (CV) is actually even more impressive!. Since there are plenty of websites and resources that show you how to write a good résumé in English in

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