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Present Tense Verbs

In almost every language, verbs conjugate, meaning they change depending on who they’re talking about. For example, “I run” is not the same as “she runs.” The verb (run) changed when it was talking about her instead of me. In Spanish, all verbs end with -ar, -er, or -ir and to conjugate them, you change…

Counting in German

Counting to 99 is simple in German. 1-eins 2-zwei 3-drei 4-vier 5-fünf 6-sechs 7-sieben 8-acht 9-neun 10-zehn 11- elf 12-zwölf For 13-19, just add “zehn” to the end of the number 13-dreizehn etc For 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, etc just add “zig” 20-zwanzig etc For 21, 22, 34, 37, 68, etc just write *ones…

Conjugating “to be”

One of the most important verbs in both English and German is the verb “to be.” In German, the unconjugated form of the verb is “sein” Present Tense I am-ich bin You are-du bist She/He/It is-sie/er/es ist We are-wir sind You (pl.) are-ihr seid They are-sie sind You(formal) are- Sie sind

Conjugating present tense -ER verbs

Regular verbs ending in -ER are all conjugated the same way in the present tense. By taking the stem of the verb, you will add the following endings: Je: -e Tu: -es il/elle: -e Nous: -ons Vous: -ez ils/ells: -ent

Days of the week

What are the days of the week in Spanish, and how we use them in sentences.

Ser vs Estar

Basic Spanish requires you to choose between the two forms of the verb “to be”(ser and estar). Choose which form is appropriate for each sentence, and conjugate them in the first person singular.

Basic Mandarin Vocabulary: Numbers

The following vocabulary list is written in simplified characters and assumes you have knowledge of pinyin and tones. Numbers 1: 一 (yī) 2: 二 (èr) 3: 三 (sān) 4: 四 (sì) 5: 五 (wŭ) 6: 六 (lìu) 7: 七 (qī) 8: 八 (bā) 9: 九 (jiŭ) 10: 十 (shí) How do you count beyond 10?…

La importancia del uso de los signos de puntuación

Los signos de puntuación son muy importantes al escribir. A través de ellos damos a la expresión escrita la entonación adecuada según la intención del que escribe. Además, estos signos establecen las pausas necesarias para poder leer y para poder entender con claridad lo que otros han escrito. El uso incorrecto de los signos de…

Hiragana ( Japanese lanuguage part 2, Kanji)

although Hiragana is the main language form used for the japanese launguage, there is two other sets of alphabets that may be uses, one is kanji, which is chinese characters, which is used when you use words that are not used in hiragana. kanji is used to write parts of launguage that are nouns, adjective…

hiragana (japanese alphabet)

there are no “tones” in the japanese language like there are english and other languages. the very first thing youll learn when learning japanese is the alphabet, or Hiragana. there are 5 vowels in the japanese language. “A” pronounced “ah” “E” pronunced “eh” like in the work “Elk” “O” pronounced “oo” and “I” pronounced like…