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Foreign Language Blog Carnival: First Edition: March 2nd 2009

Welcome to the March 2, 2009 edition of the Language Bear’s foreign language blog carnival.
Foreign Language Blogs:

Spanish Kit presents Why You Should Learn Spanish? posted at Learn Spanish Blog, saying, “Currently, Spanish is the primary language for over 400 million people around the world. Twenty three countries use Spanish as their nation language, and there are over 38 million people in the United States alone who speak Spanish as a primary language.”

English Subject presents Learn English – English Speaking Tutorial » Blog Archives » Understanding Business English and Etiquette posted at Learn English, saying, “One of the most often cited reasons for learning to speak English is career advancement.”

Erika presents posted at Visiting Spanish Speaking Countries, saying, “Going to Argentina this year? Here’s a rundown of some of the more popular festivals.”

Rachel presents Learning To Speak German posted at Learn To Speak German Course, saying, “Read this article for tips on learning to speak German.”

Bud Brown presents Bud Brown’s Excellent Method to Learn Tagalog. posted at Tagalog 101, saying, “Learning languages is not so hard if you have the right attitude, method and resources. I’ve been studying Tagalog for a while with good success. I use a multi-pronged approach….”

Mr Sands presents A Small Victory posted at Nippon The Bus, saying, “An article about being about to read things.”

Jason Sharp presents How to learn a language in under 2 years Part #1: Get out of school posted at International Insider, saying, “Don’t learn a language in School”

Andrea Bodi presents Jardin Blanche posted at Jardin Blanche.

That concludes this edition. Thanks for all of your great entries, if you missed being able to submit your article this time keep your eye out and submit your foreign language blog article to the next edition of the foreign language blog carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.