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In this video, I explain why French people sound French when speaking English. I break down the accent features with the help of current French president Emmanuel Macron! (10 points to anyone who realised that the 2nd /p/ in "passport" is fairly unaspirated in English) Thanks to those viewers who have pointed out that Emmanuel Macron has "un cheveu sur la langue" in French. However, this really doesn't matter. I teach many French students who hypercorrect and pronounce /s/ as /θ/ (and /z/ as /ð/) in English, and who don't have "un cheveu sur la langue". This video is simply a demonstration of potential pronunciation issues French people may have in English. Hypercorrection is a common issue and Macron illustrates this. Twitter: https://twitter.com/ImproveAccent Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ImproveYourAccent/ Free pronunciation learning resources: https://www.ImproveYourAccent.co.uk/Learn Self-study Online English Pronunciation Course: https://www.ImproveYourAccent.co.uk/Course
The difference between ください ("please") and お願いします ("please"): http://www.italki.com/question/279397 For homework, you can copy-paste this ("wo hitotsu kudasai") if you can't type Japanese on your computer: を一つください。 --- -- -- This is our submission for #khanacademytalentsearch This is a proof-of-concept video for foreign language classes, in which we teach practical language by using the language first and teaching how to use it afterward. Special thanks to Peyang for letting us use his cafe for filming! The Hako Cafe: https://www.facebook.com/hakocafe.togashira Creators: Jason Downey & James York Script: JJ Video: Jason Music: https://cheapbeatsmusic.bandcamp.com/album/songs-from-migrational-waves &: https://cheapbeatsmusic.bandcamp.com/album/frosty-frolic We are able to provide this course in Japanese or Chinese. よろしく！
How to learn any language by sentence mining, aka gathering as many sentences, with audio, as you can find and memorizing them via spaced repetition. Some things I discussed in the video: Anki, a program for creating and reviewing flashcards with a built-in spaced-repetition algorithm that maximizes your review efficiency: http://ankisrs.net/ CantoDict sentences, hundreds of Cantonese sentences and audio: http://www.cantonese.sheik.co.uk/scripts/examplelist.htm Tatoeba, an awesome sentence database with hundreds of thousands of sentences in different languages, often with audio: https://tatoeba.org/eng/ Glossika, a review system that gives you 3,000 sentences in a huge variety of languages, including oddball ones that you can only find there like Belarusian, Armenian, and Wenzhounese: https://glossika.com/ Bing Mandarin-English dictionary, a SUPERB resource for finding Mandarin examples (as well as a one-stop-shop Mandarin/Chinese dictionary) -- automatically compiles what has to be millions of examples from across the web. http://dict.bing.com.cn/?form=BDVSP4#%3Ahome (None of these are paid endorsements, btw.) You can get my Cantonese Anki deck, which has about 400 example sentences in Cantonese, English, and Mandarin, with audio, right here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/pzsfy2qbnk1llgt/378%20Cantonese%20Sentences.apkg?dl=0 And don't forget to subscribe! And help me out on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/ariinbeijing Thanks for visiting Ari in Beijing! I've honed my Mandarin Chinese to near native-level fluency through a variety of tips and tricks that I share with you each week. So whether you're studying Mandarin, Cantonese, English, another language, or are simply interested in language in general, please SUBSCRIBE and stick around for a while! And leave a comment if you want to chat! I’m always happy to help! https://www.youtube.com/c/ariinbeijing
Hej, bonjour, ni hao! If you're keen to start learning a new language but don't have the money to fork out on classes and resources... fret not. Here are 7 ways you can start learning a new language by yourself and in the comfort of your own home. Good luck on your language learning journey! I hope these tips helped. Here's the corresponding blog post: http://www.leoniesii.com/7-ways-to-learn-a-new-language/ And one specific to learning Swedish: http://www.leoniesii.com/tips-to-learn-swedish/ For anyone who wants to try out Duolingo: https://www.duolingo.com/ KRAM, Leonie xo. ____________________________________ LET'S CONNECT Blog: http://www.leoniesii.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheLeonieSii Instagram: http://instagram.com/theleoniesii Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theleoniesii Snapchat: lsmistress OR https://www.snapchat.com/add/lsmistress Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org Mail: PO Box 1140, Stanhope Gardens NSW 2768, AUSTRALIA ____________________________________ Tips Mentioned In This Video: 1. Get a dedicated notebook 2. Listen to music 3. Watch movies & TV series with subtitles 4. Read children's books 5. Follow social media personalities 6. Take advantage of free language learning apps 7. Find a buddy
Learn more here: https://www.mezzoguild.com/ I use italki to learn Arabic: https://www.mezzoguild.com/italki Just reflecting a little on why I began to learn Arabic as a teenager. It's a really long story actually so this doesn't cover it that well :) Is there a language you've learned that has become a special part of your life and identity?
today i'm coming at ya with a video about learning languages. while i say "how i learned chinese" it's actually more of "how to learn your host language while on exchange".
language learning is one of the most challenging tasks on exchange, but also the one where we, as exchange students, are able to get the most help (as opposed to making friends for example).
good luck to all and anyone who is learning a language!
thank you for watching, i hope it helped even just a little.
talk to you all next time, bye!
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Track: Rival & Cadmium - Just Breathe (feat. Jon Becker)