Deep inside France, on the street you might hear someone speaking colloquially and then the word vache and some of it’s other forms might pop-up in the conversation and throw you off the context. Vache is actually the French word for cow. Colloquially it can have a few meanings. And […]
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I have to admit English has gone a bit light on the use of the word “You” in its language. After speaking other languages it sort of makes you feel like their is a void in the language. On the other hand Spanish has gone over the top. Spanish has […]Read more ›
Ahoy mi hearties. Today we be learnin t’ speak like ye olde sea dog. Harrrrgh! Aarrr! To be speakin like a sea dog we be needin t’ learn some sea dog speak, Savvy? 1 T’be startin ye be needin a pirate voice Yarr!!!! Be sayin stuff like Yarr, Arggh […]Read more ›
Vowels, vowels, vowels! That’s what it’s all about. The way the vowels are used give a language its distinct difference. Some languages like their words ending in vowels to make it flow and others don’t. 99% of languages hold a balance in most words of usually 2 vowels together […]Read more ›