Tagged: Languages

10 English Idioms You Need to Know!

An idiom is a phrase or a group of words that has a metaphorical meaning. Next time, use these idioms to make you sound more like a native English speaker!   Better Late than...

10 Common Ways to Say ‘YES’ in Chinese

There are countless ways to respond ‘yes’ in Chinese. The reason is, ‘yes’ is more like a ‘concept of affirmation’, rather than a word. As a result, the response we use depend on the...

The Difference between Complete vs Finish

Complete and Finish, they are the same right? Think about it! The race is completed vs The race is finished The game is completed vs The game is finished The lesson is completed vs...

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5 Tips to Stay Motivated in Learning Language

There are reasons to start learning languages, but everyone’s motivation sometimes runs out. How to stay motivated when you feel like quitting? Here are 5 tips that would help you get back on track...

Rise or Raise? Never mix them up!

Rise or Raise? Rise your hand or raise your hand? The sun rises or the sun raises? Are you 100% sure with your answer? Why not take one minute with LingoCards and never mix...

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Colour Names in Languages Can be Different!

Don’t you think the colour of carrot is orange from eye to eye? Cucumbers are all green instead of blue? Believe it or not, colour names can be different in various languages. Numbers of...

How to say “Thank you” in 50 Languages?

When we travel foreign countries, we often don’t know how to speak local language and it’s hard to communicate with local people. However, if you say “Thank you” in their language instead of in...