Hi everyone, Happy Saturday! Here is the video regarding vowel sounds in Dutch and Afrikaans. Enjoy — wishing everyone a blessed Christmas and wonderful New Year 2015! This holiday season we can all make a difference by providing others with one of the best gifts in this world — water! Please click here to donate. Thank you!
Happy Saturday everyone! This week we will jump right into Dutch and Afrikaans! Dutch and Afrikaans are really very similar in terms of word usage, vocabulary, and spelling patterns, so it makes sense to do them together. Afrikaans is a daughter language of Dutch, and around 95% of Afrikaans vocabulary comes from Dutch. Also, I would really appreciate it if you could help me achieve my goal of helping others around the world by providing them with clean and safe water, something most of us take for granted every day. I’ve attached… Read more Dutch/Afrikaans I →
Happy Saturday everyone! Today is the final installment of the Sanskrit and Hindi videos, and we will go back and review our ten sample words to see if we can apply all the rules we learned. Enjoy! I have created my own fundraiser for Water.org because I believe we can help solve this challenge. I hope you agree. Please give whatever amount you can to support my efforts. For every $25 that I raise, Water.org can give someone access to safe water for life. Together, we can change lives. To check… Read more Sanskrit/Hindi IV →
Hi everyone, hope everyone has had a restful weekend! This week we will take a look at the consonant sounds and spellings of Hindi and Sanskrit. These are fairly simple, but it is important to keep that sneaky “h” in mind! There are a lot of consonant blends, such as “bh” or “dh” that pop up in words from Hindi or Sanskrit. Enjoy! I have started a new fundraiser with water.org! I have created my own fundraiser for Water.org because I believe we can help solve this challenge. I hope you… Read more Sanskrit/Hindi III →
Hello everyone, hope everyone has had a great week! This week we will continue our study of Sanskrit and Hindi by looking at the vowel sounds and spellings of these two languages. These vowel rules are fairly simple and consistent, so that’s why we will review them. Enjoy! If you would please like to donate to my fundraiser, please click here. Any donation is very much appreciated, not only by me, but by many families across the globe! I know that YouTube has been experiencing some problems loading videos, but… Read more Sanskrit/Hindi II →
Namaste everyone! Hope everyone is having a fantastic weekend so far! This week we will begin our journey into one of the most ancient languages the world has to offer, Sanskrit. We will do Hindi alongside Sanskrit because Hindi derives from Sanskrit so the rules are very similar. The only difference is that Hindi is colloquial (spoken today) whereas Sanskrit isn’t actually spoken in conversations. I speak Hindi, so I am happy to be sharing the rules of this beautiful language with everyone. Please enjoy! If you would please like… Read more Sanskrit/Hindi I →
Hello everyone and Happy Saturday! This week is the final installment of the Japanese series, and we will be revisiting the ten sample words to apply the rules we have learned. Enjoy and Sayonara! Also, if you would please like to donate to my fundraiser to help provide clean and fresh water to needy families all over the globe, please click here. I would really appreciate it! Thank you!
Hello everyone! I hope everyone is doing well. This week, we will continue forward by looking at consonants in Japanese – while the consonant spellings are fairly unique to the language, they are really simple and consistent, to our advantage. Enjoy! Also, if you would please like to donate to my fundraiser to help provide clean and fresh water to needy families all over the globe, please click here. I would really appreciate it! Thank you!