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Learning German as a Foreign Language

Learning German as a Foreign Language

Hi everyone, so today we’re just going to talk about our experiences of learning German as a foreign language! Okay. It is level A2 which is the second level of six levels from the bottom. I’m somewhere between B1-B2 but Read more…


Danish vs. German (Beginners) – Language Duel

Danish vs. German (Beginners) – Language Duel

Yo, so today, Forking Tomatoes will have another form of challenge, Kinda like the foreign language challenge, but First, We have… Yo! My name is Terry, I’ve been living in Denmark for four… five years. Too long to admit that Read more…


IPA: International Phonetic Alphabet Quiz — American English Pronunciation

IPA:  International Phonetic Alphabet Quiz — American English Pronunciation

This is an International Phonetic Alphabet symbol quiz. The more you familiarize yourself with the symbols and the sounds they represent, the easier it will be for you to study English pronunciation. Let’s get started. So, how did you do? Read more…


How to Pronounce Contractions: American English Pronunciation

How to Pronounce Contractions: American English Pronunciation

I’ve had some requests to go over the pronunciation of various contractions. So, let’s start with the ‘to be’ contractions, as in I am, you are, we are. First, I’m. It’s one syllable, the ‘ai’ as in ‘buy’ diphthong and Read more…


American English Consonants – IPA – Pronunciation – International Phonetic Alphabet

American English Consonants – IPA – Pronunciation – International Phonetic Alphabet

Let’s take a look at the letter T. It can be silent, like in the word fasten. It can be pronounced ch, as in the word future. It can be pronounced tt like in the word tap. When it’s paired Read more…


An Open Letter to Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

An Open Letter to Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

We hope out of true respect for all deaf, deaf-blind, deaf-disabled, and hard of hearing (DDBDDHH) children, you take the time to read this letter. This is to express deep concern, and call for dialogue in regards to your recent Read more…