Phrase of the Day: Thankful

Want to express your gratitude in another language? Here’s how to say “thankful” in many of our languages! Language Phrase [Transliteration] French reconnaissant(e) German dankbar Brazilian Portuguese agradecido/a Spanish agradecido/a Arabic شاكر/شاكرة [shaakir (m)/shaakira (f)] Chinese 感激的 [gǎnjī de] Japanese … Continue reading

Phrase of the Day: Vote!

Have you voted yet? As Election Day approaches here in the United States, we thought it might be fun to look at how to say “Vote!” in various languages. Language Phrase [Transliteration] French Votez! German Wählen Sie! Brazilian Portuguese Votem! Spanish ¡Vote! Arabic … Continue reading

Win a free private lesson with a native speaker tutor!

etutor_sweepstakes_graphic Are you interested in learning one of the languages in the list below? Enter now to win a free private lesson with our native-speaker tutors! Arabic English for Spanish speakers Irish Chinese English for speakers of all languages Italian English for Arabic speakers … Continue reading

Tips for Typing in a Foreign Language

Keyboard Conundrum by Steve Petrucelli If you’re living in an English-speaking country, the computer you use probably has a QWERTY keyboard that doesn’t show any accented characters on it. So what to do you when you are working on your Spanish and you want … Continue reading

Famous Female Polyglots

Malala_Yousafzai2.jpg Tomorrow, March 8th, is International Women’s Day. In celebration, we wanted to bring your attention to women who have spent part of their lives learning multiple language: these amazing female polyglots. Of course, there are many famous bilingual women not included … Continue reading