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Italian Language Fundamentals – Cognates: It’s All Relative

What is “animal” in Italian? Animale. What is “difficult” in Italian? Difficile. What is “to study” in Italian? Studiare. If all Italian words were such close relatives to English words, they would be far easier to learn. These types of words, united by a common heritage (Latin), are called “cognates.”

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Korean Language Fundamentals – Nouns With a Plural Marker

To make nouns plural in Korean, you can add -들 — deul to the end of it and it works like adding ‘-s’ or ‘-es’ to a noun in English. There is no variation of original nouns. When a noun is accompanied by adjectives or used as a subject, the plural form with –들- deul is more frequently used.

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Korean Language Fundamentals – Writing Syllables with Multiple Consonants

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