Each year on May 17th, we observe Endangered Species Day to increase awareness of endangered species around the world. Here are eight facts about endangered species you can share with your children to help them understand the threats to biodiversity—and how they can help protect these species.
With the ACT assessments looming in your future, you may find the prospect of ACT prep a daunting one. You understand how important the ACT can be for your college choice—but the prep sounds deadly dull. Try these five activities that can make your ACT prep more fun and effective.
Use these resources to guide you on your quest to become an interpreter. With careful planning and tenacity, you can make your dreams of interpretation come true.
French has phrases that can move us safely through the fragile first phase of a relationship to the crucial moment when we declare our love—and words that show we’ve shot past simple commitment and crossed the Rubicon into recklessness.
Try these words on for size, fit, and finish as often as you can. Whether you’re just window-shopping or you’re planning to buy a whole new wardrobe, these words will keep your French vocab well-dressed all year round.
There are six distinct ways that quand même—a veritable Swiss army knife of French expression—can be defined in English. Let’s see why quand même is so indispensable, and take an in-depth look at the many ways we can say quand même in English.
College is all about freedom. You're at liberty to make more and more profound choices about your life and future. So is there any point to getting an internship if you don't have to? Here are five reasons why an internship is the gift that keeps on giving.
Don’t be shy—stand up straight, put one foot in front of the other, and confidently ease on down the road to fluency with these stunningly good resources for shadowing French.
If your French learning routine needs a little shaking up, stir the pot with these resources for finding a new French word of the day every day. Soon, you’ll be bubbling over with tasty and satisfying French vocabulary.
Study habits can make or break your grades: Good ones can help you leap tall buildings and ace tests—while bad ones can make your grades plummet like a barrel over Niagara Falls. Find out which study habits may derail your academic success, so you can toss them out with the trash long before test time comes.
Your decision to earn your degree is one of the most impactful New Year's resolutions you can make. If you're concerned about the challenges you'll face in the months and years ahead, read on to see how you can keep on track through careful planning, motivation, and creative thinking.
As more and more language placement tests jump on board the CEFR bandwagon, we language learners can come to a better understanding of our own linguistic proficiency. We can demonstrate our fluency in ways that help us get jobs, study abroad or simply satisfy our own learning goals.
Homeschooling can be a viable alternative to the public and private schools attended by most children. Parents decide to homeschool for a number of different reasons. Here are six ways you can tell if homeschooling is the right choice for your child.
As a card-carrying procrastinator, you may believe that it's never too late to start any project, including studying for finals. The truth is, time waits for no one. Find out how to fool yourself into studying sooner and avoiding the pitfalls of procrastination.