Chinese Lesson 2

Welcome to the second lesson of Mandarin! Today, we are going to learn about how to read and pronounce pinyin 34 syllables in Chinese do not contain any initial. These are indicated with a ø symbol. They are listed below: a, ai, ao, an, ang, e, en eng, er, o, ou, yi, ya, yao, ye,…

Spanish Lesson 2: Articles

Hola! Welcome back to Languo Spanish. For this lesson, we will dive into articles, and even learn some vocabulary words! Just like English, Spanish has articles. While English only has one definite article, the, Spanish has two: el and la. This opens up a new concept that, while not unique to Spanish, is foreign to English: grammatical gender….

Korean Chapter 1 Lesson 3: Forming Syllable Blocks

Hello everyone, for the last lesson we have gone over the basics of Korean vowels, and for the lesson before that, we have gone over the basics of Korean consonants. Now, for this lesson, you will learn about how to form Korean syllable blocks. First off, there are two basic types of syllable blocks: One…

Ch 1 – The Alphabet: Lesson 2 Consonants P2

(image courtesy of learning-hindi.com) Namaste (नमस्ते)! Today we are going to go over the next group of Hindi consonants. This group is called the Palatals. A Palatal consonant is consonants that are articulated with the tongue raised against the hard palate. Today we are going to go over च ca, छ cha, ज ja, झ jha…

Ch 1 – The Alphabet: Lesson 2 Consonants

Lesson 2: Consonants Hey Everyone! It’s been a while since our last lesson but by now you should have all Hindi Vowels mastered (or memorized) by now. If not my advice would be to go back and practice writing and pronouncing each vowel. Today we are going to talk about Hindi Consonants. Below each consonant…

Russian Lesson 2: Basic Conversation

Hello, welcome to another lesson in Russian. Today we will be looking into some basic conversational vocabulary. Basic Conversational Language Greetings and responses- “Здравствуйте”: a formal way of saying “hello.” “Привет”: an informal way of saying “hello”; “Hi.” “Как у Вас дела?”:  A formal way of saying “how are you?” “Как дела?”: An informal way of…

Japanese Lesson 2 – Greetings

Welcome Back At your current point of studying, almost all of your time should be spent committing hiragana to memory, as it’s a lot easier to progress if that’s done first. While learning grammar, vocabulary, and kanji, the hiragana practice will happen anyways, as long as you don’t handicap yourself by relying on English transliterations….

Hindi Ch1 – The Alphabet : Lesson 1 Vowels

1 Lesson 1: Vowels Before you start learning Hindi, let’s start off with the basics. Hindi is written in Devanagari script. The first step of any language is to learn its alphabets, similar to other languages, Hindi has its own alphabets known as Hindi Varnamala. Hindi is normally spoken using a combination of sounds –…

Korean Chapter 1, Lesson 2: Vowels

Hello everyone. In the last lesson, we covered the basics of Korean consonants. Thus, So for this lesson, we will be covering the basics of Korean vowels. Vowels: ㅏ- a as in “spa” ㅑ- ya ㅓ-  eo as in “suck” ㅕ- yeo ㅗ- o as in “core” ㅛ- yo ㅜ- u as in “you” ㅠ-…

Spanish Lesson 1: Alphabet

Hola! Welcome to the first lesson in the Spanish Language. For this Lesson, we will focus on the alphabet, specifically the vowels and new letters. Spanish uses the same base alphabet as English, but with some new letters added in. The letters themselves are not new, but it is important to understand how they are…