In this episode you’ll learn to use the correct Chinese expressions to ask for the price of something – and to understand the response. You’ll also learn how to ask where places in the town are and understand the words for “where”, “here” and “there”.
In this episode we’re continuing the theme of family members and also learning to count in Mandarin. We’ll focus on numbers from 0 to 99, and you’ll discover that once you know numbers 1-10, counting further is very easy.
In this lesson you’ll master regular verbs in the second conjugation, those ending in -ere. You’ll have met a few of these verbs before, but this episode gives you the chance to practise these verbs further and understand when to use them. Also covered are some verbs which involve spelling or pronunciation changes.
In this lesson you’ll be all set for checking into a hotel – and using the correct German grammar to do so! Join Mark and Andrea as they look at the interesting topic of adjective endings in the nominative case with indefinite articles, so you’ll be able to ask for “a large room, a comfortable bed and a beautiful view of the mountains”!
In this latest episode of Coffee Break Conversations, join founder and CEO Mark as he explains how to use the premium version of the coffee break courses. Mark starts with the video version, then uses the audio lessons on the go. He then consolidates his learning with the lesson notes and the bonus audio. Watch the video for some tips and strategies you can use to learn a language in your coffee break!
This episode of Coffee Break Italian will help you talk about the things you do on a regular basis, including aspects of your daily routine. Francesca and Mark introduce the concept of reflexive verbs and you’ll learn to conjugate these verbs in the present tense. In the practice session Isla is put to the test and asked about her daily routine.
You already know how to say where you come from and talk about your nationality, but what about where you live now? In this episode you’ll learn to say “I live in …” and you’ll also learn the names for some towns and cities in Chinese.
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