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Korean: Family Part 2

See Family Part 1 here

Let’s continue learning how to talk about your family in Korean, as well as adding some new grammar rules.

Just a note on the pronunciation – as mentioned in Part 1, the pronunciation of is-a-yo becomes is-sa-yo. 273 more words

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Yet another free Korean course!

When I first started studying languages it wasn’t easy to find a range of authentic learning materials.

For Italian, I was stuck with a pretty dry textbook and copies of the exam syllabus…until I made it to a bookshop in Rome where I spent almost all of the money I had scraped together for the school trip on reading materials – comics, novels, history books, etc. 302 more words

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TOEFL Test Preparation: The Insider's Guide (EdX)

EdX and ETS (Educational Testing Service, makers of the TOEFL) are offering a free online course for students preparing to take the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language). 155 more words


Our preparations for EMOOCs2017

This year emoocs 2017 will be in Madrid. We will submit two experience papers. I would love to submit a research article, but because of my dissertation preparations, this can’t happen.

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Sign up for a free online poetry course

You might like to know about a free MOOC (Massive Open Online Course)  Modern & Contemporary American Poetry (“ModPo”) created by the University of Pennsylvania and taught by Al Filreis.   305 more words


1/25: Completed a MOOC.

It was 2010 when a friend told me about Coursera and how you can learn pretty much any course from a reputed college, sitting at home. 577 more words


Distance learning for teachers – is it right for you?

It’s a pleasure to introduce this guest post from Phil Wade. He shares some useful advice for teachers thinking of undertaking distance study.

I did my first TEFL course with… 1,114 more words