The Hardest Languages to Learn infographic. Great for visual learners! I can't wait to show this in Sp1 next semester when a student complains that Spanish is soooo hard. Then I'll give them all my examples of how Spanish structure and pronunciation are logical, and English is the harder of the two. If a student ever complains again, various classmates invariably respond, "Man, you're loco!" as they start siting my examples.
Wow! Check out this notebook! It's designed specifically for learning new languages more effectively and more efficiently. The lines are spaced out in a special way where you can write a foreign language sentence on top and write a reference sentence on bottom in English or another language! You don't have to use this for only learning languages though! You can use this for writing down mathematical equations, medical terms and so much more. This notebook is amazing for all fields of study!
18 Reasons to Learn A New Language [Infographic] .. [.. I speak 'Spanish' .&. was Employed for 10yrs as a Para-Professional: I worked with Students .&. their Teachers in Class .. I <3'd My Work .. Retired Now .. My Spanish still comes in Handy as We live in a MultiLingual Area .. 2 of My Kidz are Fluent also .. My Oldest worked as a Translator .&. a Receptionist .. The Other worked as a Supervisor for a Resturaunt which hired Spanish Speakers .. It 'PAYS' to Learn a Language !!! ..]