Month: April 2022

French Phonetics & Rhythm Practice

Duolingo Events Event Description This is a French phonetic event for beginners to read and speak in good rhythm like the French native speakers. In this series of events, you can learn or revise French phonetics, pronunciation and rhythms. There is a lesson each week to cover different aspect of phonetics. Each lesson we will have listening and speaking practice. With this course you will improve your reading and speaking skills in French. Agenda: 5 min – 5 Greetings & Introduction 35 min – Phonetics & Rhythm Exercises 5 min – Question & Feedback Session Schedule (Time: 09:05 PM...

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French Grammar for Advanced Beginner

Duolingo Events Event Description This is a series of Events to help you get better at French Grammar through simple Grammar exercises. We will cover simple grammar basic with 5 to 8 associated exercises. You need to be after checkpoint 2 in Duolingo (End A1, Beginning A2 ) to be able to follow this lesson. The first to arrive will be the first to participate. We will add a number in front of your name as your speaking order number. You will be renamed as “Number-Name” on Zoom. French Phonetics & Pronunciation Agenda: 5 min – Welcome & new...

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Duolingo Spanish Language Event Hosts

Select Another LanguageArabic Chinese Danish Dutch Greek Hawaiian Hebrew Hindi Hungarian Indonesian Japanese Korean Latin Norwegian Romanian Scottish Gaelic Swahili Swedish Turkish Ukranian Welsh Esperanto French Russian Italian Portuguese German Spanish English Select a Language There are many online communities or platforms where you can find amazing people to practice with and learn from. Duolingo is one of those platforms and on this page, you’ll find some amazing native and non-native Spanish language hosts from all around the world. If you are a Duolingo host and would like to be featured on this page, click on the button below....

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Rules, Guidelines, & Topics for Weekly Debate

“Don't raise your voice, improve your argument." — Benjamin Lee Whorf Is debate and argument same? This has always been a very tricky question to answer. While they aren’t the same, there aren’t much difference either. Debate is an argument with a proper structure, rules, set time, and in a very friendly environment. Click here for Schedule & Agenda Weekly Debate Topics: Importance of college education. Homeschooling vs traditional schooling. Should children carry mobile devices at school? Age restriction for violent/shooting video games. Pros & cons of social media. Private school vs public school Pros & cons of traditional...

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