Language Learning

If you learn a foreign language, what is the most efficient and fast way to improve your vocabulary?

Answer by Mikkel Ramzuiv Pittmann Wilson: \n\n When I moved to Denmark a little over a year ago, I only had one mission: To learn Danish, and to learn it as well as I could, before returning home for summer vacation. A year is both an extremely long amount of time, as well as an If you learn a foreign language, what is the most efficient and fast way to improve your vocabulary?

Prendre – “le verbe magique”

In French verb prendre (to take) is so versatile that it deserves separate blog post by itself 🙂 Well in a way it is very close to its English counterpart, sounds very differently but, as you will see if you read on, very similar in usage/meaning. So prendre in French can have more than 30 Prendre – “le verbe magique”

French Vocabulary: Saisons – Météo

SAISONS ET MÉTÉO – SEASONS AND WEATHER Climat climat [klima] – climate doux [du] – soft/warm clément [klemɑ̃] – soft/warm (about weather and temperature) rude [ʀyd] – harsh/severe/inclement (origin – early 17th century from French inclément or Latin inclement-, from in- ‘not’ + clement- ‘clement’) humide [ymid] – humid (also: moist, damp, dewy) sec [sɛk] – dry/arid pluvieux [plyvjø] – rainy (showery/wet) temps [tɑ̃] French Vocabulary: Saisons – Météo