Possessive adjectives precede a noun to express relationships of ownership and belonging. They are words like “my,” “your,” “his,” etc. and in Italian they look like il mio, il tuo, il suo, etc. Differently from English,..
Sæll! Bonjour! And welcome back, language learners, to Adventures in Language! In this article, we’re talking about the “Fluency Illusion.” While its name may sound magical, it’s unfortunately no fun trick. In short, it’s an..
হ্যালো! Ahoj! And welcome back, language teachers, to Adventures in Language! In this article, we’re talking about something called the “Fluency Illusion.” Whether or not you’ve..
你好! Boa tarde! In this article, we’re sharing 5 easy tips that’ll help you make the most of the Corrective Feedback that you receive along your language learning journey. Now - what is Corrective Feedback and why does it..
If you’re like most teachers, you probably put a lot of time and effort into providing thoughtful feedback to your students. And it can be really frustrating when you don’t see them learning and growing from it in the way that..