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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

Spanish V

Hello everyone! In this final installment of the Spanish videos, we will finish up our vowels and wrap up by revisiting our ten sample Spanish words and applying the rules that we learned. Remember, Spanish is a very phonetic, consistent language so these rules will work almost all the time! Enjoy!

Spanish II

Happy New Year everyone! We’ll start 2014 with the second installment of the Spanish series…in this video, we’ll look at some consonant sounds and their spellings. In the next few videos, we’ll wrap up the consonants and move on to the vowel sounds in Spanish. Enjoy!

Spanish I

Good afternoon everyone! Hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas! Now we will start our study of another Romance language, Spanish. Spanish is closely related to French, which we have already covered, and also comes from Latin as well, which we have looked at also. In this first video, we will take a look at its background, some sample words to get you acquainted with the style of the language, and some common stems that pop up quite frequently. Enjoy!

French IV

Hi all! This week, we will look at the remaining French vowel sounds and the rules that apply to them. In the next video (for next week), we will finish up by looking at some complex consonant sounds in French. Please enjoy!

French III

Hi! Hope everyone has had a great week! We are going to continue to move on with French, and in this video, we will take a look at some more complex spelling and language rules of French. This video is a little long, but it should be fine if you watch it little by little. We’ll start with the vowel sounds, and then move on to the consonants. Hope you enjoy it!

French II

Hello…hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving! I am so thankful for all of you for all your support and encouragement! This week, we will continue with our French studies and take a look at some simple yet common spelling rules and patterns of French. Enjoy!