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September 24, 1991: Oh, the Things You'll Write

Probably the foremost children’s book author of the 20th century died on September 24, 1991, at the age of 87. Dr. Seuss, Theodor Geisel, published 46 books for children including a new kind of first reader that sent Dick and Jane into well-deserved retirement. 428 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

Language Learning Apps: How to speak like a local on your next trip!

If you’re reading this, it’s probably safe to assume you’re an anglophone. With so many people around the world speaking English, you could probably make your way through many a foreign country with little difficulty.  488 more words

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Play with Clay, Part 1 (Resources)

This week’s session is dedicated to precursors of paper, specifically cuneiform script found on clay tablets and the earliest hieroglyphics found carved into stone (like the Rosetta Stone). 209 more words

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Is Duolingo the right fit for you while learning the Polish language?

When learning a new language, you learn a few things:

  1. How to pull out your hair
  2. How to bury your head in the sand
  3. How to become mute…
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He was a Hardworking Farmboy. She was an Italian Supermodel

The Rosetta Stone ad that covers an entire page with information of why the software is ideal for everyone. The upper half of the ad has a black and white picture of a “hardworking farm boy” in a plain white shirt holding a colorful Rosetta Stone box that teaches Italian. 322 more words

A Encontrar o Senhor Samuel Holberry

(mais um texto do ‘Instagram Language Challenge #IGLC’ Gosto de escrever no Instagram mas infelizmente não existem lá estudantes simpáticos que fazem correcções e por isso, fui ao italki)  256 more words

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