This video tutorial belongs to the Language category which is going to show you how to learn a foreign language online for free. The different sources are podcasts, online classes with tutorials and downloadable programs. Go to the website How to Learn Any Language. This website gives different steps and good tips in learning different languages. For learning through podcasts go to the site www.oculture.com. You can sign up for the language of your choice and download the podcasts to iTunes o...
The programming language LISP is definitely not as well known as XML or C++, but it's been around for a very long time and is one of the easiest computer programming languages to learn if you want to create a web server. It is a contemporary of Cobal and was devloped by John McCarthy. To learn how to use LISP for beginners, check out this tutorial.
Polyglot Alexander Arguelles presents a series of videos to provide introductory overviews of the languages of the world. Working diachronically through various language families in turn, he demonstrates how to identify each language, translates a text sample to show how it works, and discusses its genetic affiliation and cultural context. While Icelandic belongs in the same language family as English, it has a couple letters than look completely foreign to an English speaker. Watch this vide...
Polyglot Alexander Arguelles presents a series of videos to provide introductory overviews of the languages of the world. Working diachronically through various language families in turn, he demonstrates how to identify each language, translates a text sample to show how it works, and discusses its genetic affiliation and cultural context. While Frisian is spoken in parts of the Netherlands and Germany, and is in the same language family as both, it has it's own distinct characteristics. Watc...
Check out this Thai language tutorial that teaches you Thai pronunciation. The five tones of the Thai language are hard to learn for many foreigners. Listen carefully and try to pronounce each word correctly. This lesson includes useful phrases and words for traveling in Thailand. Make sure you know these and enjoy the Thai culture, beaches and company of Thai people. Practice your Thai language skills and learn how to pronounce the five tones of Thai with this instructional language video!
In this clip, you'll learn how to use the Assembly programming language to create your very own operating system from the bottom up. It's an easy process and this video presents a complete guide. For more information, including a full demonstration and detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this helpful home-computing how-to.
In this tutorial, we learn how to say "I love you" in 55 different languages. If you want to learn how to say this wonderful phrase in another language, this is the video for you to see! It runs through a ton of different ways to say "I love you." Whether you want to say it in French, Finnish, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, or more! To help you learn how to say it better, try to get familiar with the dialects and the accents that are used when these words are said. Enjoy saying this phra...
In this video we learn how to say "I love you" in 100 languages. The best way to learn how to say "I love you" in a number of different languages is to learn how to say the correct accent first. Take a look at all the different spellings of each of the phrases and then practice saying the vowels and the words together. For example to say the phrase in Arabic you would say "Ana behibak" or "Ana behibek" to a female. To say the phrase in Bulgarian you will say "Obicham te". No matter what langu...
You no longer have to completely convert your default or primary system language to change the language of a single app on your iPhone. Thanks to iOS 13, each app can now have its own language settings: if you want Spanish for WhatsApp but English for Instagram & Twitter, you can do that.
Though many students spend four years of high school learning a foreign language, most of us probably retained very little. Chalk it up to the carelessness of youth, but chances are you've since been in situations or places that left you wishing you paid more attention in class or had continued practicing long after you graduated.
There's only so much Netflix and TikTok a person can take in quarantine before they've had enough. We've only just started our stay-at-home lifestyle, but already TV and movies are getting old. The COVID-19 lockdown doesn't just have to be a mindless watch party, so why not take the time to learn a new language?
Another piece of Magic Leap's mysterious story has been uncovered thanks to a new patent application revealed on Thursday, March 15.
Since iOS 8, it's been possible to use third-party tools such as Bing Translator and Microsoft Translator to translate foreign language webpages in Safari into your primary language. Now, in iOS 14, there's a better way to do it.
The cognitive benefits of learning a new language are many: it helps your memory, sharpens your mind, makes you a better problem-solver, aids in your understanding of your first language, and even helps you become a better multitasker. Your appreciation for the culture you're studying also expands.
Android apps check your system locale settings to determine which language they should display. For the most part, it's a seamless experience—except for those times when an app has not been translated into your language of choice, in which case the app will usually default to English.
While sheltering at home has its downsides, one lesson we're all learning is how interconnected the world is. In that sense, it's a wonderful time to satisfy your curiosity about other cultures. There are many means of education like exploring music, cuisine, and fashion, but few things are as effective and beneficial as learning the native language.
Welcome to the first coding tutorial on SQL here on Null Byte. Typo:
The native dictionaries in iOS, which have been around since 2011, let you define words on your iPhone on the fly in Safari, News, Notes, and other apps. But if you read or write in more than just English, you won't be able to see accurate definitions unless you add those other languages to your list of dictionaries manually.
News: Vuzix Blade Augmented Reality Smartglasses Add Real-Time Language Translation via Zoi Meet App
Next to map data overlays, one of the most often discussed concepts for apps that could propel augmented reality smartglasses into the mainstream is a real-time language translation app.
While Magic Leap may have plans to eventually introduce sign language translation for smartglasses in the near future, students at New York University have demonstrated that such a feat is possible today with a smartphone and a prototype app.
With iOS 11, Apple is working hard towards breaking down language barriers to bring people closer together than ever before, as evidenced by Siri's newfound ability to directly translate words and phrases in different languages. In the near future, it's easy to imagine Siri as our very own real-life BabelFish.
Android clearly wasn't made with bilingual users in mind. When you set a default system locale, every app on your phone uses that region's language—and there's no granular control here. This really becomes an issue if you use social media or news apps that are primarily in a different language, because apps are generally written in the developer's native tongue, then poorly translated to all other languages.
Parlez-vous français? While we all wish we were fluent in multiple languages like Jason Bourne, most of us are probably one-trick ponies. When traveling abroad, or even when taking language courses, having a translator handy is extremely important.
Walking into a bar or crowded dinner party can be intimidating. Being surrounded by a bunch of people you're unfamiliar with or trying to impress the smokeshow at the bar is no easy task...for most of us.
Many of us were required to take a foreign language in school, but sadly, many of us are far from fluent in said language. To be a better citizen of the world, learning popular and rare languages would be dope, but in reality, that's probably never going to happen. If you ever do find yourself in a situation where you're messaging people who don't speak your language, there's an app that can help you.
This HTML web design tutorial will explain what HTML is and how it can benefit you rather you are looking to build a website from the ground up or you are planning on using a combination of automated software and HTML Design and need the flexibility to still make fine tune edits to your website. From a simplistic view the primary purpose of HTML design is to interpret and display text based content in a given web browser. For example when you read articles online from places like wall-street ...
As we settle into our new normal, this extra time provides a perfect opportunity to learn new skills. Speaking a foreign language is a great way to expand your cultural boundaries while also training your brain. Not only will you pass the time more effectively, but you'll also be doing something positive for your health.
While North has yet to add third-party app support to its Focals smartglasses, the company has been diligent as of late in its efforts to add more functionality to the bare-bones AR device.
In this Windows 8 Tutorial you will learn how to add different languages to your Keyboard. This is very beneficial especially with the world becoming more global and connected. Once you add additional languages to your keyboard you will have the option to switch between those keyboard languages. Although not shown in video if you press the windows key plus the space bar button it will automatically switch between the languages you have activated in Windows 8. In this windows 8 tutorial I will...
Sometimes our information important. So important that we have to encode it to keep it away from criminals. What better way to encode information than to make our own encoder with Python?
Hello my fellow hackers, Welcome to my republished revision of the ruby programming language, Part 1.
It's always great to see a company pull off a bit of augmented reality magic, but what we see is not always what it's cracked up to be.
If you ever wanted to communicate with friends without having to deal with those pesky essentials like words and phrases, have no fear, Emoj.li is here!
Have you ever gotten into a taxi in a foreign country and had trouble expressing where you want to go? Or tried to ask a waiter what's in the dish you're eyeing on the menu? Perhaps you just want to know what's happening in another country, and the news outlets don't offer a translated edition.
The idea of translating in real-time has become quite popular recently, with Google's Pixel Buds integrating the feature. However, their implementation is audio-only. Until recently, you needed to download a frequently-unreliable third party app to translate text using your camera — but that all changes with the Galaxy S9 and Bixby Vision.
In this six part episode, Jennifer goes over the pronunciation of the letter "L" in the English language. This is great for all levels of students learning English as a second language (ESL).
In these six part episode, Jennifer goes over the proper use of conditionals in the English language. This is great for intermediate and high intermediate students learning English as a second language (ESL).
In this three part video language lesson, Jennifer goes over the passive voice: what the passive is, how it's formed, and why it's used in the English language. This is great for all levels of students learning English as a second language (ESL). Watch this video language tutorial and learn how to use the passive voice while speaking or writing English.
In this two part episode, Jennifer goes over the pronunciation of the letters "rl" in the English language. This is great for all levels of students learning English as a second language (ESL).