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Greek II

Good morning everyone. This week we will take a look at how the vowel sounds are spelled in Greek, more specifically, the sounds pertaining to “a”, “e”, and “i.” Most of the sounds are self-explanatory, but some of them are special in Greek. Please do not forget to donate to water.org! I wish to help some mothers this Mothers Day, and I hope you can help me with this endeavor! Please click here to donate. If you cannot view the embedded video above, please click here to watch the video… Read more Greek II

German I

Good morning everyone! Now we will start a new language – German! German has many interesting sounds and spellings, and though linguistically it is very close to English, there are some differences which we will definitely look at. In this first video, we will go through a quick background of German, ten sample words, and some common stems. Enjoy! Your donation for water.org is very much appreciated at this link:¬†http://give.water.org/fundraiser/1507/. Few more days left…please help! If you cannot view the embedded video above, please click here to watch the video… Read more German I

Italian III

Hello! Hope everyone had a good week. This week’s video covers some of the consonant sounds in Italian. Some of these consonant spellings are solely unique to Italian, so it is important to remember how they work. Also, I am excited to share that my blog has received 4500+ views with 400+ visitors recently. WOW! I realize that a part of my goal is being achieved; I believe my videos are reaching a wider audience and that you all are learning from them. However, the other goal of this blog… Read more Italian III