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Each person’s needs for learning a language are a bit different. Maybe you’re interested in learning French for an upcoming vacation, just a few months away. Or maybe you just love languages, and you want to explore several of them … Continue reading

How To Say “Dog” In 16 Languages

It may be National Dog Week, but man’s best friend is an international companion. Take a look at our infographic to learn how to say “dog” in sixteen languages from around the globe. How to Say Dog in Multiple Languages … Continue reading

Custom LMS Solutions for Your Company’s Language Training Needs!

screenshot Living Language’s Corporate program includes the ability to integrate our 18 language courses (click on "Languages" above to see the full list) into your company’s Learning Management System. Our SCORM-wrapped courses are compatible with most LMSs and can be rebranded to suit your company’s needs. Continue reading

How To Say Let’s Go To The Beach! In 14 Languages

Summer isn’t over yet. In fact, in Europe in particular, August is a big month for vacations. If you’re craving a trip to the seaside, why not learn how to say it in as many languages as possible? Check out … Continue reading

“Bonjour, Au Revoir”: How to Greet and Part with People in France

bises French greetings follow a number of tacit étiquettes (pronounced: eh-tee-kayt). They come down from centuries of traditions, some of them quite sophisticated. La bise (s’embrasser sur la joue)(the kiss on the cheek; to kiss each other on the cheek) is perhaps … Continue reading

Learning with Audio: A Selection of Quality Podcasts in French, Portuguese, Spanish and Japanese

499557379 An important part of learning a new language is reinforcing what you've learned and accustoming your ear to the sounds of the language via exposure to native speakers. The internet is a great source of listening content, but there is a lot out there, both good and bad, so we asked our eTutors to put together a list of high-quality podcasts in their respective languages. Below are some recommendations for French, Portuguese, Spanish and Japanese. Continue reading