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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.

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.

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The Sigil of Saint Michael is a simple symbol. Shortly after the Invocation to Saint Michael the Archangel was translated into English and Spanish(It must be said in Latin for the full effect).However, despite the simplicity, this sigil is one of the most powerful forms of protection out there. It basically acts as a shield, preventing negative entities from making direct contact(or energy-based contact) with you. No matter how you apply it to your body, it offers the same protection. Pinned…

The Sigil of Saint Michael is a simple symbol. Shortly after the Invocation to Saint Michael the Archangel was translated into English and Spanish(It must be said in Latin for the full effect).However, despite the simplicity, this sigil is one of the most powerful forms of protection out there. It basically acts as a shield, preventing negative entities from making direct contact(or energy-based contact) with you. No matter how you apply it to your body, it offers the same protection. Pinned…

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Willow is obsessed with learning. She already knows a few languages, so this might be helpful to her.

Willow is obsessed with learning. She already knows a few languages, so this might be helpful to her.

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Latin phrases everyone should know. Also that I don't want to forget!!!!! Something I heard recently is that YOLO is the new young generation's CARPE DIEM. I'm not a fan of YOLO guess that makes me old. I'm proud of my CARPE DIEM!! I would much rather be well read and educated then pop culture savvy.  Although I must admit to loving pop culture as well, hehe :)

Latin phrases everyone should know. Also that I don't want to forget!!!!! Something I heard recently is that YOLO is the new young generation's CARPE DIEM. I'm not a fan of YOLO guess that makes me old. I'm proud of my CARPE DIEM!! I would much rather be well read and educated then pop culture savvy. Although I must admit to loving pop culture as well, hehe :)

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Hello in 50 languages. Knowing how to greet someone in their language is the first step to find common ground. #learn #spanish #kids

Hello in 50 languages. Knowing how to greet someone in their language is the first step to find common ground. #learn #spanish #kids

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<a What Is Past Perfect Continuous? Past perfect continuous tense, also called past perfect progressive, shows something that both started and ended in the past using the helper “had” with “been...

<a What Is Past Perfect Continuous? Past perfect continuous tense, also called past perfect progressive, shows something that both started and ended in the past using the helper “had” with “been...

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Anglo-Saxon runes (Futhorc) were used to write Old English / Anglo-Saxon and Old Frisian from about the 5th century AD. They were used in England until the 10th or 11th centuries, though after the 9th century they were mainly used in manuscripts and were of interest to antiquarians, and their use ceased after the Norman conquest in 1066.

Anglo-Saxon runes (Futhorc) were used to write Old English / Anglo-Saxon and Old Frisian from about the 5th century AD. They were used in England until the 10th or 11th centuries, though after the 9th century they were mainly used in manuscripts and were of interest to antiquarians, and their use ceased after the Norman conquest in 1066.

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Homeschool Connections: Children's Books Translated to Latin. Includes Winnie the Pooh, The Hobbit, Cat in the Hat, and more! Latin kid lit!

Homeschool Connections: Children's Books Translated to Latin. Includes Winnie the Pooh, The Hobbit, Cat in the Hat, and more! Latin kid lit!

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