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    Alemán en 5 minutos

    Este curso de alemán tiene como propósito ofrecerte contenido diverso sobre este idioma: gramática, vocabulario, ejercicios, textos, etc. a lo largo de 100 vídeos. Tanto si quieres aprenderlo, como repasar algún aspecto del mismo, podrás encontrar contenido útil para aprender, repasar o mejorar el tus conocimientos del idioma. Solo comentarte que al proceder los vídeos de mi canal de Youtube, podrás comprobar como algunos de ellos tienen peor calidad de audio, imagen que otros; sin que esto signifique que el primer vídeo es "peor" y el último "mejor". Espero que te sea de utilidad. Saludos afectuosos.

    11110.5
    7ReviewsTeacher: Juan Pablo Gil
    Price:Free
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    Learn to Speak Malay Language (Bahasa Malaysia) in 10 Hours

    As a foreigner live in Malaysia for many years, I understand what the foreigner need and what need to overcome in learning Bahasa Malaysia. The first book I am using to learn Bahasa was published by Grandfather's company in 1982 called "Buku Panduan Praktis Bahasa Malaysia" “Practical Handbook of Bahasa Malaysia”.  I finally met the Author Mr. Lai Choy in June 2017. He is the author of "Malay Chinese English". We met and discussed many topics and looking for use my platform for new course with him.  After my Grandfather passed away around 9 years, I realized I am on the track of publishing but in digital era. The Malay language, also known locally as bahasa Melayu, is an Austronesian language spoken by the Malay people who reside in the Malay Peninsula, southern Thailand, the Philippines, Singapore, central eastern Sumatra, the Riau islands, and parts of the coast of Borneo. It is an official language of Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore. It is very similar to Indonesian, known locally as Bahasa Indonesia, the official language of Indonesia and also the native of Papua New Guinea.  There are around 350 - 400 Million people speak this language estimated by me. In Malaysia, the language is known as Bahasa Melayu or Bahasa Malaysia, which means the Malay, or Malaysian, language. The latter term, which was introduced by the National Language Act 1967, was predominant until the 1990s, when most academics and government officials reverted to the older term, which is used in the Malay version of the Federal Constitution. Indonesia adopted a form of Malay as its official language upon independence, naming it Bahasa Indonesia and although a degree of mutual intelligibility exists, Indonesian is considerably distinct from Malay as spoken in Malaysia. In Singapore and Brunei it is known simply as Malay or Bahasa Melayu. 

    11111
    1ReviewsTeacher: David Yao at LEGOO Mandarin
    Price:Free
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    Aprende Ruso

    Hola y bienvenido al !Curso de Ruso!. Vamos a estudiar Ruso paso a paso: empezando con el alfabeto, la pronunciación. Después te voy a enseñar algunas frases útiles y la gramática. ¿Por qué SI SUSCRIBIRTE a este curso? En el curso vas a aprender como leer en Ruso Vas a aprender vocabulario básico También vas a aprender, como expresar tu opinion en Ruso

    11110.5
    62ReviewsTeacher: Ksenia
    Price:Free
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    aprender ingles fácil y rápido

    Es un curso tan corto, que la podrás acomodar a lo largo de unos días. Se trabajaran algunos temas básico del habla ingles. lengua: la comprensión auditiva, la expresión escrita. El curso es muy práctico y se exige la participación activa del alumno. curso de trabajo: no?presenciales. el alumno llega a ser capaz de desenvolverse en situaciones frecuentes relacionadas con áreas del ingles. 

    11110.5
    17ReviewsTeacher: valentina Mateus Motta
    Price:Free
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    3 Minute German - Free taster course

    Have you ever tried to learn German before and failed? 3 Minute German is like no other language course. The way this method works means you will succeed and be speaking German by the end of the first lesson. “I’m not very good with languages” I get told this all the time by new students who want to prepare me for how bad they are going to be at learning to speak German. No matter how bad you think you are with languages, no matter how bad you think your memory is, no matter how terrible you think you are at understanding German, you will be amazing with 3 Minute German. The way the 3 Minute German course is set out means you cannot fail. You will be building sentences in a logical, step-by-step method, learning words and phrases that you will be able to use when you go on holiday to a German speaking country. How does the method work? I break down the German language into its smallest components and then I show you how to build it back up into sentences. You will get plenty of opportunity to practise with the language and you will be amazed at how quickly you make noticeable progress. Can I really learn German in 3 minutes? I called the course 3 Minute German because three minutes is the perfect amount of time you need to learn anything. I’ve kept each video to around three minutes so that you can watch at least one video per day no matter how busy you are. It is much better to study for three minutes every day than to study for an hour once a week. If you stick to three minute chunks, you will find wonderful things start to happen with your language learning: 1. You’ll maintain your enthusiasmIf you want to learn anything, you have to maintain enthusiasm or else you won’t continue. If you limit your study time to just three minutes, you’ll keep German fresh and exciting and you’ll be eager to learn. If you spend hours studying, very quickly you’ll get bored with German and it’ll turn into a chore. 2. You’ll study more consistentlyIt’s much better to study for just three minutes once a day than to study for three hours once a week. A spare three minutes is relatively easy to find even in the most hectic of schedules. If you make sure you complete at least one three-minute study session every day, it’ll quickly become a habit that you’ll do without thinking. It’s much easier to fit in a daily three-minute habit than a weekly one hour habit. By doing this, you’ll become a much more consistent learner, and consistency is the key to success. 3. You’ll remember things betterThis is my favourite reason as to why you should limit your study to just three minute chunks. If you study something for just three minutes every day, you’ll trick your brain into memorising the information more quickly than if it were to see the information for hours each day. It’ll think, “I see this information every day so it must be important, but I don’t see it for very long so I’d better hold onto it and make it into a memory fast!” You’ll be amazed at how much more easily things tend to stay in your brain if you limit yourself to just three minutes a day. Sign up now and start speaking right away! So, if you want to learn to speak German quickly and with a simple method that you can use even if you have no free time at all, then give 3 Minute German a go and you’ll be very pleased you did. This is the free taster course for the 3 Minute German series, and it contains the first three lessons of the full course. All lessons are broken down into three minute chunks. Once you have completed this course, if you want to progress further, you can find “3 Minute German – Course 1” to learn even more German! Vielen Dank (thank you very much) Kieran  

    11110.5
    7ReviewsTeacher: Kieran Ball
    Price:Free