Hello everyone and Happy October! I hope everyone is having a wonderful time with autumn settling in. This week, we will finish Russian by revisiting our ten sample words and applying all the rules we have learned to these words. Now you can take on any word from Russian! Some new and exciting videos will … More Russian V
Happy Saturday everyone! Hope the weekend is off to a great start 🙂 This week, we will continue our study of Russian by looking at the Russian consonant sounds. I have kept this video very informal and broad because in Russian there usually is no hard and fast way to spell a consonant sound. This … More Russian IV
Happy Saturday everyone, and welcome to the third installment of Russian! Here we will wrap up our vowel sounds in Russian, looking at “o,” “u,” and the schwa sound. Hope you enjoy!
Wow!! It’s been a really long time…I hope everyone is doing well and enjoying the last few days of summer! I have had a busy month but am excited to be back 🙂 Today I’ll post the Russian II video, where we take a little closer look at the spelling sounds and patterns of this … More Russian II
Hello everyone! It’s been a while since I made and posted a video, so here is the final installment of the Polynesian Languages! We’ll go back to our ten sample words and look at why they are spelled the way they are. On another note, I want to wish a BIG CONGRATULATIONS to Gokul Venkatachalam … More Polynesian Languages IV
Hi everyone! Hope everyone is having a fantastic Saturday and a wonderful summer so far! Today is the auspicious Hindu festival called “Guru Purnima”, which is dedicated to all our superb teachers, mentors, and guides. “Guru”, stemming from Sanskrit, comes from “gu” meaning darkness and “ru” meaning one who removes our darkness. Thus “guru” is … More Donation News and World Cup 2014
Hello…Happy Saturday! This week we will start with one of the most influential languages for the English language: Greek! Greek and Latin together comprise 60% (6 out of 10 words!) of English! It’s pretty obvious that plenty of spelling bee words stem from Greek. Greek is also home to hundreds of root words and etymologies, … More Greek I