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What is the Easiest Language For Kids To Learn?

DinoLingo lists why Spanish is the easiest language for English speaking kids to learn.

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50 ways to teach kids a second language

1 Fairy tales and storybooks Read with your child. Children love to share reading time and they will always remember this as a bonding experience. Books with illustrations work great! DinoLingo has tons of books and stories that are fun and easy to share. Discuss the pictures with your child, point to things…

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HOW TO TEACH KIDS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Start Simple Start with some simple greetings and every day words. E.g. good morning/ how are you? Be consistent, use the words or phrases you have chosen every day.  Items in your environment that you see or use every day can be used repeatedly and naturally in the 2nd language. Here you are/thank…

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INFOGRAPHIC Most Spoken Languages on Twitter

Our research shows us that: English is the most used language on Twitter. However, this is lower than the popularity of English on other platforms: e.g.  more than 50% of websites all around the world are in English. Japanese is the 2nd most popular language on Twitter despite the fact that it is…

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India Fun Facts

There are 26 states in India and almost each of them has their own language. Hindi is the national language of India and there are 15 other regional languages spoken in the rest of the states. Each state also has its own dress, food, custom, dance, music and art. India is a country…

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Is Online Instruction Better than Offline Instruction?

A recent study indicates that  online learning is as effective as, if not more, than traditional face to face instruction. According to a meta-analysis conducted by Barbara Means, Yukie Toyama, Robert Murphy, Marianne Bakia and Karla Jones from the Center for Technology in Learning which analyzed 99 studies by comparing on-line and off-line…

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How to say “Happy mothers day” in different languages

Here at Dinolingo we wish all amazing Moms in the world a Happy Mothers’ Day! Japanese: 母の日おめでとう Haha-no hi omedetō French: Bonne fête des mères! Chinese Mandarin: 母亲节快乐 (traditional: 母親節快樂) Mǔqīnjié kuàilè Italian: Buona Festa della Mamma! Portuguese: Feliz Dia da Mãe! Spanish: ¡Feliz día de las madres! Russian: Поздравляю Вас с днём…

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