Why This Latin Grammy Winner Is Teaching Children How To Speak Spanish Through Music

Marta Gomez, a Latin Grammy winner, is making it her purpose to teach children Spanish through singing. Partnering with the Global Language Project, Gomez has been able to record Coloreando, which won a Latin Grammy itself, and Coloreando Dos which boost Spanish-language appreciation with traditional Latin-American songs. Marta Gomez, Latin Grammy Winner, performs in Barcelona. […]

5 Reasons You Need to Learn Chinese Names

Author’s Note: The advice in the below article applies to readers around the world, however I primarily use the term “Westerner”  in the text as I have mainly observed people from Western countries (i.e. those where the native language is English) being more dependent on English names. This wording is not intended to reflect every reader’s personal […]

WATCH: Smug Hispanic Girl Won’t Speak English, NJ Teacher Gives Her 8-Word Reality Check

A Hispanic student in New Jersey was instructed time after time to practice English, but she smugly refused. Eventually, her teacher had enough of her disrespect and issued a brutal eight-word reality check to the Spanish-speaking girl, and it was all caught on video. Although many people say that we need more educators like this, […]

How Long Does It Take To Learn French? An Honest Guide For Beginners

How Long Does It Take To Learn French? An Honest Guide For Beginners If you are thinking about learning French, you’re probably wondering how long it will take. If you are paying for classes, you might be interested in the financial investment – but more likely, you are just wondering how long it will be […]

12 Spanish Movies to Learn Spanish on Netflix

The 12 Best Spanish Movies to Learn Spanish on Netflix One of the most dynamic and effective methods of learning – while also improving your new language skills – is by using multimedia resources, such as watching the best Spanish movies to learn Spanish. Besides using traditional techniques such as reading, memorizing and repeating the […]

Do you speak Chinese?

After years of imploring my mother to take me with her to China, I could barely believe that I was finally on an airplane beside her. It felt like the beginning of those cheesy ‘return to the motherland’ stories that so many first-generation immigrants write when they finally visit their parents’ country for the first […]