5 Tips for learning a new Language

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5 Tips: Learn A New Language In Time for  Christmas Vacation Let’s face it, we all want to speak a second language. Some of us are pining to learn a 3rd or even 4th. Speaking a second language can help you in many parts of your life. Bilinguals have an advantage when it comes to getting work, getting around in a foreign country, and even finding love. A recent study found that 78 percent of Americans said they’re more attracted […]

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Andrea in Bogotá

2016 Colombia Trip Photo Journal Teacher Andrea Saenz and Strommen Student Adrian Hopkins Share Memories of the Trip Bogotá Andrea: I had not visited my homeland, Colombia, in quite some time and this past June 2016 I led Strommen’s very first Immersion Excursion to Colombia. We landed in the city where I was born, the vibrant Bogotá! I arrived a few days earlier to get everything organized and ready for our multi-city voyage through Colombia.  We spent the first few days […]

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Address of Consulate in Los Angeles

Did you know that Los Angeles is home to 100s of consulates? We have the addresses for all of the consulates in Los Angeles for you. If you need a translation for a Visa application make sure to check out our translation service here in Los Angeles. addresses of consulates in Los Angeles   CONSULATES WE TRANSLATE FOR:  Country Mission Address Neighborhood Afghanistan Consulate-General 11040 Santa Monica Blvd. Suite 300 West Los Angeles Argentina Consulate-General 5055 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 210 Hancock Park […]

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Best Hotels in Rome Italy

Best Hotels in Rome Italy Looking for the best hotels in Rome and Florence on a budget? Here are our top picks: Rome Italy: Hotel Amalia  (3 star) Double room with breakfast for 90 euros, triple for 110 euros. Via Germanico 66 tel.  (39) 06-397-23356 Hotel dei Consoli Vaticano (4 star) Double room with buffet breakfast for 110 euros. Via Varrone, 2/D angle of via Cola di Rienzo Tel. (39) 06-68892972 Best Location:  Hotel Sole al Pantheon Piazza della Rotonda, 63 – […]

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Garrett’s Favorite Spots – Best Restaurants and things to do in Rome Italy

Rome is my hometown. After years of people asking me for recommendations, I have decided to share my list of my favorite restaurants and things to do in Rome Italy so that the entire internet can benefit from amazing Roman cuisine and non-touristy attractions! If you ask me, these are the best restaurants in Rome Italy. Although I live in LA I try to get back at least once a year, and when I do go back I make sure […]

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Bad Translations – So bad they are funny! Part 1

    Here we are for some funny bad translations from around the inter-webs. How on earth do some of these happen?? TRY TO FIGURE THIS ONE OUT:               NOT AN EXIT YOU WANT TO GET OFF ON:  NO HORSE RIDING BAREFOOT!  MMMM….                                   I LOVE MUTANT JELLY!                     […]

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The Ten Worst Airports in the World (Jalopnik)

The Ten Worst Airports In The World It’s okay to complain about airports. Between the TSA, the incomprehensible terminal layouts, and the bored staff behind the counter, they often suck. According to Jalopnik readers, these ten airports seem to be the biggest pain in the ass.P 10.) Newark Liberty International AirportP Going through security twice? No thanks, says themanwithsauce😛 Newark has three terminals, none of which are connected. So you have to take a bus to get from terminal to terminal or you […]

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