Folium: How Are Learning Languages and Music Linked?

Folium: How Learning Languages and Music Are Linked via The Conversation

… Connect How Are Learning Languages and Music Linked via The Conversation … For some people, music is what makes them tick. They cannot live without music. And truthfully, no one can really live without music. There are patterns within music that our brain attaches onto in order to communicate. There are sounds and repetitions […]

Spanish Vocabulary: Having a Formal Conversation

… Identify Spanish Vocabulary: Having a Formal Conversation el vocabulario español: tener una conversación formal Basic elements of formal conversations. Demonstrate a respectful tone. … Connect LEAF Spanish Grammar: Nouns – Basics LEAF Spanish Grammar: Verb Conjugation – Basics … Study Señor (Sr.) : Mr. / sir ¡Buenos días, señor! Good morning, sir! Señora (Sra.) […]

Spanish Vocabulary: Having an Informal Conversation

… Identify Spanish Vocabulary: Having an Informal Conversation el vocabulario: tener una conversación informal Basic elements of informal conversations. Demonstrate a causal tone. … Connect LEAF Spanish Grammar: Nouns – Basics LEAF Spanish Grammar: Verb Conjugation – Basics … Study Hola : Hi ¡Hola, compañero! Hi, buddy! Buenos días : Good morning ¡Buenos días, todos! […]

French Vocabulary: Having an Informal Conversation

… Identify: French Vocabulary: Having an Informal Conversation le vocabulaire français: tenir une conversation familière Conversations are a basic element of communication! Make a good first (and last) impression with people you know well! Study: Bonjour : Hello / Good morning / Good afternoon / Good day Bonjour, tout le monde! Hello, everybody! Salut : […]

French Vocabulary: Having a Formal Conversation

… Identify: French Vocabulary: Having a Formal Conversation le vocabulaire français: tenir une conversation formelle Conversations are a basic element of communication! Make a good first (and last) impression with people to whom you want to show respect! Study: Monsieur (M.) : Mr. / sir Bonjour, monsieur! Good morning, sir! Madame (Mme) : Mrs. / […]

Hispanic Culture: The Familiar (Informal) Form “Tú”

Hispanic Culture: The Familiar (Informal) Form “Tú” The use of the familiar “tú” form will vary quite a bit from country to country, from region to region within a given country, from family to family, and among individuals. The familiar form is used more readily in some countries than in others; however, in recent years […]

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