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Disney Princesses in their Native Languages

Disney Princesses in their Native Languages

Disney princesses (and extras) in their native languages in chronological order Language: Zulu Location: African savanna Period: unspecified Language: Greek Location: Thebes, Greece Period: c. 14th century BC Language: Tahitian Location: Polynesian triangle Period: c. 500 BC Language: Māori Location: Read more…


Chinese Words for Fruits : How to Say the Names of Fruits in Chinese

Chinese Words for Fruits : How to Say the Names of Fruits in Chinese

In this series I am going to teach you fifteen Chinese words for fifteen fruits, but before that let’s learn what is the Chinese word for fruit. That is shui guo. In this word you may know this character because Read more…


15 Most Spoken Languages In The World!

15 Most Spoken Languages In The World!

From the speech spoken in highly populous Asian nations to the expanse of Romantic and Germanic tongues out of Europe, today we look at the 15 Most Spoken Languages In The World. #15 Marathi Spoken by approximately 95.3 million people Read more…


Yiquan Series #1 Knowing a bit of Chinese Language

Yiquan Series #1  Knowing a bit of Chinese Language

Hey there, it’s Song I am a Yiquan student From now on I will share my Yiquan study on this channel I am a Chinese and I love my culture so much I’ve travelled to almost 30 countries always try Read more…


How To Communicate And Work With Chinese Colleagues – Decode China

How To Communicate And Work With Chinese Colleagues – Decode China

How To Learn Languages With Beelinguapp

How To Learn Languages With Beelinguapp

Is this the Krusty Krab? in 24 different languages (Redux)

Is this the Krusty Krab? in 24 different languages (Redux)

[Patrick walks up to the counter] [phone rings] Caller: Is this the Krusty Krab? Patrick: No, this is Patrick. [Patrick hangs up and whistles] C’est bien le Crabe Croustillant? Non, moi c’est Patrick. – Czy to Tłusty Krab? – Nie, Read more…


Why some Asian accents swap Ls and Rs in English

Why some Asian accents swap Ls and Rs in English

There’s a saying in Hong Kong kung fu movies: “Wai faai bat po.” It means “only speed is unbreakable.” “Wai faai bat po.” That’s in Cantonese, a language with tones, which English speakers have trouble distinguishing. So when an American Read more…


How to learn any language in 6 months | Chris Lonsdale (TED Talk Summary)

How to learn any language in 6 months | Chris Lonsdale  (TED Talk Summary)

Anybody can learn a second language in six months. There are five principles and seven actions. The first rule, first principle for learning a language is focus on language content that is relative to YOU. I had a colleague many Read more…


Why study languages?

Why study languages?

Hi. We all study languages at the University of Birmingham and we’d really like to tell you why it’s such a great choice. Studies have shown that learning languages is good for you and it’s a great skill to have. Read more…