The Lambert Post

Summer in Toulouse

Lea, my sister and I eating at a French cafe, discussing French and American lifestyles.  At this particular cafe they had a wide selection of crepes. Though they were good, they were not the same as the those found in Lea's home of Toulouse.

Avery Ketcherside, Social Media Editor

September 13, 2017

Over the summer I had the opportunity to get to know Lea. Lea is a bright and spunky teen from Toulouse, France, who is currently learning English. In attempt to strengthen her language skills, she spent her summer over here with her American relatives, all of whom happen to be my neighbors. Of course, ...

Humans of Lambert

Coach Barrett, a Spanish teacher at Lambert High School, found his passion in education.

Cayla Vanderzanden, Opinion Editor

September 23, 2016

“My cause in life is education. I do what I do because I want to make an impact on people. I am investing in the future of America. I try to relate Spanish to students' lives, so they find it meaningful and are motivated to learn more. I try to make it relevant to each person, in terms of “what’s...

Lambert Linguist: Tips from a Speaker of 15 Languages (Part 1)

Born in southeast Slovakia, Skultety was exposed to multiple languages from a young age. By the time he was 15, he had learned Slovakian, Hungarian, Czech, English, and German to a native level. (Although now, he says he has lost the fully native speech of his English and German after so many years.) For more information, read his blog, Forever A Student.

SungMin Park, Staff Writer

April 27, 2016

Vladimir Skultety speaks 15 languages. He translates three for a living: English, Slovak, and Mandarin Chinese. Eight of these languages (including the ones he translates) he has learned at a C1-C2 level, the highest grade for fluency according to the Common European Framework of Reference. He is...

Lambert Linguist: Music Videos of Sign Language (Yeah, That’s Right)

Sign language is completely visual. This unique feature enables the language to become perhaps even more expressive than spoken language. It uses words, visual cues, and a

SungMin Park, Staff Writer

March 22, 2016

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