Folium: Cookies of the World via Food52

Folium: Cookies of the World via Food52

Folium: Cookies of the World via Food52 … Think about it. You’re in first, fifth, eighth, 10th or 12th grade – heck maybe you’re even in college – and you’ve had a bad day at school. You trudge home, your backpack heavy with homework due the next day. You open the door and what do […]

Folium: Why "Mom" and "Dad" Sound So Similar in So Many Languages? via The Atlantic

Folium: Why “Mom” and “Dad” Sound So Similar in So Many Languages? via The Atlantic

Folium: Why “Mom” and “Dad” Sound So Similar in So Many Languages? via The Atlantic … Have you ever called your mom, mom? Or your dad, dad? Probably. So do people in other countries; imagine that! We might call our parents mom or dad slightly differently, after all, there is a language barrier. However, the […]

Folium: 10 Things That Will Ruin the English Language via io9

Folium: 10 Things That Will Ruin the English Language via io9

Folium: 10 Things That Will Ruin the English Language via io9 … Mom was strict about the use of language. She constantly corrected us whenever what she considered misuse of the language crept into the vernacular. She hated slang.  I had a good friend in high school in the 1950’s. He was a cool cat. One […]

Folium: How to Prepare to Study Abroad via Lifehacker.com

Folium: How to Prepare to Study Abroad via Lifehacker.com

Folium: How to Prepare to Study Abroad via Lifehacker.com … Have you ever had any interest in taking a little trip? Maybe outside of your home country? Perhaps studying abroad? Well, if you do you not only have to research it but you also have to start planning eventually. Yes, you might just be getting […]

Folium: Is Bilingualism Really an Advantage? via The NewYorker

Folium: Is Bilingualism Really an Advantage? via The NewYorker

Folium: Is Bilingualism Really an Advantage? via The NewYorker … Throughout modern history the question had been asked; is bilingualism really an advantage? During the early 20th researchers believed that bilingualism, in fact, impeded a child’s verbal and intellectual development. These researchers thought if young children learned two languages, these two would obstruct each other […]

Folium: Racing Around the Spanish Speaking World via Spanish For You.net

Folium: Racing Around the Spanish Speaking World via Spanish For You.net

Folium: Racing Around the Spanish Speaking World via Spanish For You.net … Racing Around the Spanish Speaking World is an informative article which shows Spanish teachers a good exercise for learning Spanish.  The exercise is good because the students are highly engaged in the activity and gain knowledge of Spanish geography and vocabulary.  Moreover, they […]

Folium: Tech May Get In The Way Of Good Culture Shock via NPR

Folium: Tech May Get In The Way Of Good Culture Shock via NPR

Folium: Tech May Get In The Way Of Good Culture Shock via NPR … Have you ever wanted to study abroad? Get to know the culture of a country that you’ve never visited before? Understand the differences between the culture of their county and yours? Well, bringing your phone along with you might have some […]

Folium: Idioms of the World via Hotels.com

Folium: Idioms of the World via Hotels.com

Folium: Idioms of the World via Hotels.com … “It’s raining cats and dogs out there!” When I was a child, my mother would use idioms constantly. On any given day she would use a half dozen idioms, in many languages. Mom was French. A product of French Canadian immigrants who lived in New Hampshire. Much […]

Creative Commons Image via The LEAF Project

Aero: David Whitt – Costa Rica 2016 – Travel

… Firsts started happening immediately for me when we started traveling, as I had never even stepped foot in an airport prior to the trip, so every single thing in the airports were firsts! Something interesting to me was that they had snacks and beverages on the plane. I thought people always bought their own […]

Creative Commons Image via The LEAF Project

Aero: David Whitt – Costa Rica 2016 – Biodiversity

… The weather in Costa Rica in January is absolutely amazing! Personally, prior to this trip, I had never been even to the south in January, so this was the first time in my life that I had ever seen January so hot. Another first was wearing sunscreen in January. Obviously, with it being so […]

Page 1 of 4612345678910...203040...Last »