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How Knowing Multiple Languages Makes You More Efficient

  Knowing multiple languages confers a lot of benefits. It allows you to connect with an entirely new population of people. It opens up countless professional opportunities, both domestically and abroad. And it expands your horizons, allowing you to more deeply understand a different culture. But the benefits of bilingualism don’t end there. Did you(…)

How To Avoid Gringo Status: 5 Common Mistakes Spanish Learners Make

Spanish is the most commonly learned second language in the English-speaking world. Due to the international prevalence of Hispanic culture, most English speakers know a few words of Spanish, even if it’s just the remnants from their high school Spanish classes or listening to a few pop songs. Everyone learning Spanish, in high school or(…)

4 Reasons Why Italian Isn’t So Hard To Learn

Learning a new language is no easy feat — it takes a lot of memorization, critical thinking, and good old-fashioned hard work. At first, learning Italian, with its numerous conjugations and complicated tense structure, might seem like a daunting task, but with a little determination and a good Italian language teacher, achieving fluency in Italian(…)

The 6 Hardest Things about Learning Spanish

  Rounding out to some 400 million people worldwide, Spanish is the second-largest language in the world in terms of native speakers (after Mandarin Chinese). Native Spanish speakers, who simply acquire the language effortlessly at a young age, have it easy. For the rest of us, however, learning Spanish involves a great deal of studying(…)

Top Dialects of the Chinese Language

With well over a billion native speakers, Chinese is the most-spoken first language in the world. Geographically, too, China is an immense country. It should come as no surprise, then, that there are several important regional distinctions in the Chinese language. Indeed, there’s a lot more to Chinese than just Mandarin: there are many important(…)

Top Dialects of the Spanish Language

Spanish is the language with the second-most native speakers in the world, with a whopping 450 million who speak Spanish as their first language. In addition to that number, there are hundreds of millions more who speak Spanish as a non-native language. In addition to having a large population of native speakers, Spanish is widespread(…)

9 Surprising Facts About the Hebrew Language


How much do you know about Hebrew? If you’re like most English speakers, not much. Indeed, the Hebrew language has found its way into our collective lexicon with certain phrases like “shalom” and “mazel tov”, but unless you’ve studied it, chances are your knowledge of Hebrew ends there. For instance, did you know that the(…)

9 Surprising Facts About the Arabic Language


With over 200 million native speakers, Arabic is the sixth most-spoken language worldwide. It’s also the official language of 22 different countries throughout the Middle East, Europe, and Asia. Yet despite its prevalence, Arabic isn’t commonly taught as a foreign language, and most English speakers know quite little about it. For example, did you know(…)

Top Dialects of the Danish Language


With a population of less than 6 million, Denmark is one of the more sparsely populated countries in the world. Because of this, you might expect that the Danish language — the sole official language of Denmark — would be relatively uniform across such a small population. However, you’d be mistaken: Danish has a number(…)

Top Dialects of the English Language


With over 350 million native speakers worldwide, English is the third-most commonly spoken language worldwide. But that’s nothing compared to the number of people who speak English as a second or third language, which is estimated to be somewhere around 700 million — double the number of native speakers! Most of these 700 million English-language(…)