In this tutorial, we learn how to say Korean Travel Phrases #8 - I love you. Saranghamnida is how you say "I love you" in Korean. You will want to make sure you have the right pronunciation when you say this. If you don't say it correctly, you will be saying a completely diffe ...more
If you've been going out with a girl for a few months and everything's been going great and you catch yourself really enjoying every moment you spend with her, you may find yourself loving her soon enough. But once you've established that you love her, how do you tell her? Ch ...more
You love the person you are with, but how do tell them "I love you" for the time? In this relationship how-to video Tracey Cox discusses the proper timing and methods for telling your partner that you love him/her for the first time. How do you know when the time is right to s ...more
In this video tutorial, we learn how to say tell someone you love him or her in Mandarin Chinese. For more information, including an overview of proper pronunciation and to get started using this lovely phrase yourself, watch this free video language lesson.
Don't get us wrong - we love Valentine's Day. After all, it's the one day of the year you can lay everything down on the line and tell someone "I love you" earnestly. But if you happen to be single on Valentine's Day, the occasion can seem more S.A.D. (Single's Awareness Day) ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to drop your kids off at preschool. When dropping your kids off, walk them to the front of the gate around the classroom. Give them hugs and kisses and tell them you love them. After this, let them walk into the classroom all by themselves. Kids ...more
Impress your lover by telling them you love them in several different languages. This video will teach you how to say "I love you" in English, Spanish, Italian, Mandarin, Japanese, Russian, German, and more!
You seriously won't even recognize Twitter after this. Twitter has launched a major redesign, their first in years and it seems the app is finally starting to listen to what users are looking for — starting to being the keywords. We had a little bit of a #TwitterFail earlier ...more