Miscellaneous Languages

Advice and study guides on learning a myriad of different languages can be found at Bright Hub Education. You'll find study techniques, pronunciation tips, conversational language guides as well as advice on speaking and writing formally, all written and vetted by foreign language instructors and native-speakers of the language you are studying.

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  • Raising a Multilingual Child
    From the moment a child is born, he or she is built to learn. Never in life is the brain so flexible and absorbent. For the first few years, a child will learn a second or third language as easy as the first if given sufficient exposure.
  • Irish Sayings for St. Patrick's Day - and the Rest of the Year
    Learn simple Irish phrases and sayings. Knowing the right words in Irish is one of the best ways to get Irish eyes a-smilin' at you. Sláinte! - Cheers. :)
  • German Vocabulary: Sprechen Sie Deutsch?
    Aside from a solid grasp of grammar, having an extensive vocabulary is helpful when communicating with others, especially if you are speaking a second language. The following vocabulary lessons cover a wide range of subjects, all of which help students learn the German language.
  • Learn the Thai Alphabet and Pronunciations
    Interested in studying Thai? Learn the alphabet! Includes the 44 consonants and 32 vowels of the language and how they are pronounced.
  • Learn American Sign Language: ASL Higher Numbers
    The following article describes the signs for the higher numbers in American Sign Language that signers who use ASL as their primary means of communication must learn. Each number includes a description of the sign as well as the SignWriting for the sign.
  • Learn American Sign Language: ASL Numbers 11-20
    The following article describes the signs for the numbers eleven through twenty in American Sign Language that signers who use ASL as their primary means of communication must learn. Each number includes a description of the sign in English as well as the SignWriting for the sign.
  • Learn American Sign Language: ASL Numbers 0-10
    The following article describes the signs for the numbers zero through ten in American Sign Language that signers who use ASL as their primary means of communication must learn. Each number includes a description of the sign as well as the SignWriting for the sign.
  • Learn to Sign ASL: Colors in American Sign Language
    The following article describes the signs for the ten basic colors in American Sign Language that signers who use ASL as their primary means of communication must learn. Each color includes a description of the sign as well as the SignWriting for the sign.
  • Using Your Head: Appropriate Body Language in Different Cultures
    The majority of conscious body language is conducted through hand signals, but there are a lot of gestures involving head movements and facial expressions too. Gestures such as bowing, cheek kissing and nodding carry various meanings in different cultures. What does your body language say to others?
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