A Guide to Learning Languages

Just a smattering of a foreign language can be a hugely satisfying aid to communication when you're on holiday abroad. And the inability to speak the local language can be a real obstacle to getting along when living or working abroad. Whatever your needs, if you fancy learning a language, give it a go! It is never easy, but need not be a painful chore - and the results can bring unimagined rewards!

Comments on this article

dan 7 May, 2009

Language learning has no reason to be a painful experience especially when you get a little help from the internet.
A few days ago I came across some language resources that can be useful for a newbie as well as for a advanced foreign language learner.
Here is where you can find these resources:

- http://www.lingo24.com/contextrans-english-french-translation-service.html

- http://www.lingo24.com/contextrans-french-english-translation-service.html

Roxanne Chelsea Robinson 28 August, 2009

I am proud to be learning a foreign language.
Using this webiste has helped me to do many things.

frank michael 13 November, 2009

ten examples of transactional and interactional language

filologi.com Translation Agency 29 November, 2009

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shazia Altaf 23 January, 2010

m want english language guide.so plz give me ur kind guidence. thx.

Shinas 4 September, 2010

I like to learn german & russia

jasmine@liveyourlife!!! 28 September, 2010

i can only speak english..
and im welsh!!!

jammo! 19 October, 2012

languages are really useful... :)

Jack Stanley 19 October, 2012

I really like learning French :D yaaayyy go french

elton 14 April, 2013


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