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

Celebrate International Day for Tolerance – Together!

546x350_08 In 1995, UNESCO introduced the International Day for Tolerance as a reminder of the dangers of intolerance. It was originally introduced on what would have been Mahatma Gandhi’s 125th birthday. Here at Living Language, we believe that learning culture is … Continue reading

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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

Phrases of the Day: Comic Book

In celebration of San Diego’s Comic-Con, here’s how to say “comic book” in some of the languages we offer courses in.* Language Phrase [Transliteration] French une bande dessinée (lit. drawn stripe; also known as BD or bédé) German Comicbuch Italian … Continue reading