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Basic Korean Word Learning App

LingoCards: Learn Korean Language – Alphabet, Vocabulary and Phrases Fun and Relaxing Learning Experience Let’s learn basic Korean words like playing games!Play cards, get experience points, beat the levels and collect new cards for...

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Basic Taiwanese Traditional Chinese Word Learning App

LingoCards: Learn Taiwanese Traditional Chinese Language – Alphabet, Vocabulary and Phrases Fun and Relaxing Learning Experience Let’s learn basic Taiwanese Traditional Chinese words like playing games!Play cards, get experience points, beat the levels and...

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Basic Japanese Word Learning App

LingoCards: Learn Japanese Language – Alphabet, Vocabulary and Phrases Start from the Basics – Japanese Alphabet Hiragana & Katakana Do you have no idea what to learn first? Don’t worry.You can start learning from...

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Learn Japanese Katakana Alphabet

If you have already learned Japanese alphabet, Hiragana, next to learn is Katakana! Katakana is mainly used for foreign origin words. Are you scared that you need to learn more letters? Don’t worry. It...

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Learn Japanese Hiragana Alphabet

If you are interested in learning Japanese language, first thing to learn is Japanese alphabet . There are three types of alphabets, called Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji. It would be good to start from...

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Same Words in Spanish and Italian

Probably you have heard that Spanish and Italian are quite similar languages. It’s true that they are both Romance languages, which means they are derived from Latin. There are tons of similar vocabulary between...

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4 Reasons Why Kanji is Easier than English Words

Do you think Japanese Kanji(漢字) is too complicated and hard to memorise?  It’s true that there are uncountable Kanjis and each Kanji has multiple pronunciations, but there are also numerous English vocabulary.  In fact,...

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Simple Word in Other Languages Can Mean Different

Probably you know that we cannot translate everything to other languages. There are many untranslatable words in each languages. However, do you know that even translatable words may not have exactly the same meaning...

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How to Call “I” and “You” in Japanese?

Probably you learned that “I = わたし(watashi), you = あなた(anata)”. It’s correct, but not always appropriate. It’s because not only Japanese often omit the subject, but also personal pronouns are not used as often...

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Lesson 25. Demonstrative Pronouns in Chinese

這 [这] (zhè) and 那 (nà), which are literally translated as this and that respectively, are demonstrative pronouns in Chinese. In general, we use demonstrative pronouns + 是 (shì) and followed by nouns to point...

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Lesson 11. Simple Future Tense in English

What is simple future tense? Simple future tense is used to indicate things or actions that have not happened yet. As long as the time of the actions takes place later than now, they...

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Lesson 9. The Complete Guide to Time in English

Knowing how to tell the time in the correct way will make you look like a native when you are visiting an English-speaking country. Recommended background: The Complete Guide of Numbers in English. Let’s...