Health benefits of learninig languages Or the wonder of brain gymnastics I’ve been thinking about this ancient Greek fascination with keeping both mind and body sound that seems to have survived for centuries. Even today who of us wouldn’t want to go about looking like MichaelAngelo’s David or The Venus de Milo (with arms of course), and thinking like good old Plato or Safo herself? I know I would. When it comes to the body we all have a notion of how to do this: nourish it with healthy food, rest it when needed and of course exercise it. We know the more we take care of our body the longer it will last, and the benefits of having a sound body, feeling good throughout our lives and activities, are pretty clear to us. What are the benefits of working out our brains? What about the brain? I’ve learned that taking care of your mind (or brain) works exactly the same way. We are supposed to nourish ourselves with intakes of information to have a healthy input of data to know the world a little better, we can rest it by practicing mindfulness, going on holiday or watching an entertaining show that keeps our focus off our problems for a while, so we can be sound and calm everyday. What are the benefits of working out our brains? And how exactly can we go about doing that? After all there is no gymnasium where one can hook their brain to an ethereal treadmill or enroll in imaginary weight lifting competitions? IT KEEPS DEMENTIA AWAY Just like with your body, the advantages of working out your brain include a sharper, fitter mind, capable of more and [...]
How to succeed IELTS The ninja path to succeed IELTS Let's see, IELTS (The International English Language Testing System) yes but what represents this exam? Firstly, we need to know what is the objective of this exam. It is not only just a paper requirement to study abroad or get a potential job overseas in a speaking country. IELTS is a measure that shows how proficient we are "USING" English as a communication language.
Learn Spanish in Auckland CBD Learn Spanish becomes for some people not only the way that you can enjoy a trip to Latin America or Spain but also from the business point of view it can be a very good competitive advantage and an important professional skill. Of course, the cultural mix in New Zealand permits that you can practice Spanish with many people, for sure more than one time you cross with someone on the street speaking Spanish. Latin people are very friendly and really enjoy a good conversation, showing interest in their Spanish language can surprise them definitely. How long should it take to learn Spanish? Maybe this is the must common question not only for the Spanish language, learning a new language takes time to master, but you can start talking Spanish from the first day, Language Hub is developing an immersion Spanish classes for all levels, where progressively you can start learning Spanish phrases and practising naturally every lesson. The recommended period of time to get an intermediate level is 6 months, at Language Hub, we have several options that can adapt to your necessities. How can I learn Spanish fast? Firstly with our immersion method, you can start speaking Spanish from the first class, individual, group and online via Skype lessons are available. One more option to learn Spanish fast are the private spanish lessons that we have for you, take advantage of this option where you will learn even faster, this is an intensive Spanish course, and you can study on your own rythm. The way that how can you learn the Spanish "FAST" or other languages depends on your dedication, practice Spanish by yourself in [...]
Learn Spanish: Good morning in Spanish To start the day the best and friendly way is to say Good Morning, right?, but now... how to say Good Morning in Spanish? If you are starting in Spanish "BUENOS DIAS" or "BUEN DIA" (Good morning) is the formal and easy way to say it. But we can go further with this, let see a more formal phrase to say Good Morning in Spanish: A very formal form for this greeting is: MUY BUENOS DIAS TENGA USTED MUY BUEN DIA TENGA USTED Let's impress your friends: you can say this even more formal form: ¿COMO LE VA A USTED ESTA MAÑANA? (how is going this morning?) Spanish is a rich language where you can play with the words, and phrases easily; you can combine these previous phrases to be super formal. MUY BUENOS DIAS TENGA USTED, ¿COMO LE VA A ESTA MAÑANA? Wow... very long phrase to say just "Hi" try it practising with your friends, practice is always the best way to learn and master a language, make it fun and it will be easy. Business situation BUENOS DIAS / BUEN DIA also is used as a farewell, it is used in a very formal way to say goodbye. In a business situation this can be the correct and polite manner to finish a conversation or meeting QUE TENGA BUENOS DIAS / QUE TENGA BUEN DIA (singular) if there are people QUE TENGAN BUENOS DIAS / QUE TENGAN BUEN DIA. In addition, in the same way we have the other greetings and farewells for the day. BUENAS TARDES / Good afternoon. BUENAS NOCHES / Good evening. And we have again BUENAS NOCHES / Good night as [...]