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Bonjour! Learn French Now! makes learning conversational French easy by teaching common French words and phrases like ‘hello’, ‘goodbye’, and ‘how are you?’. Whether you're going on a trip to Paris or just want to learn French for fun, this lesson will teach you the vocabulary to get the conversation started.


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Interested in learning how to use Microsoft Excel 2010? The first in a series, this Excel tutorial covers how to edit and format spreadsheets, enter data, and create basic charts. Motion Training will also teach you simple tips and tricks to help you get started with this powerful software. Although the lesson focuses on Microsoft Excel 2010, the concepts covered can be applied to earlier versions of Excel.


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New to Microsoft Excel 2003? Unfamiliar with the program and its basic functions and applications, or intimidated by this complex software? This tutorial demystifies the program and teaches you the basics of creating a spreadsheet and chart from a series of data, while demonstrating the advantages of using Microsoft Excel to manage information.


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Have you always wanted to learn how to play the piano? The first in a series of seven, this lesson covers the basics of keys, finger position, and chords. Each of Mark Almond’s piano tutorials starts with the basics and builds to more advanced topics such as harmony and melody, so you can learn music at your own pace and develop the skills for smooth and dynamic playing.


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Learn how to bead a necklace with this jewelry making tutorial. This lesson teaches you which tools you'll need, how to create your own necklace design, and how to successfully complete your beading project. Take what you've learned here to design your own handmade bracelet and necklace set!


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You can do a lot with a single crochet stitch, but you can do more if you add in a double crochet, too! This short lesson walks you through the steps for creating the vital double crochet stitch - also known as a treble crochet stitch. You’ll learn two styles so that you can follow different patterns that involve this stitch. You’ll be glad to have learned this classic technique!


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Thinking about upgrading to Windows 8? Take a look at the bigger picture of Windows operating systems before you decide. Learn what an operating system is, how Windows has progressed from 1990 to the present, what the difference is between the various Windows 8 offerings, and more. This lesson serves as a broad, clear introduction to Microsoft’s newest OS release and its context.


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Need a great gift for a cold climate? Crochet fabulous fabric! Part 1 of 2, this lesson from Yarn Obsession teaches a variation on the single crochet cluster stitch. The cluster combines single crochet and chain stitches, and creates a lovely lace effect and rich texture. This step-by-step demonstration is easy to follow and will have you crocheting merrily away before you know it!


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Want to grow organic tomatoes in your garden? Help ensure healthy tomato plants by fighting agains late blight - a lethal disease that can quickly spread through your garden. In this lesson, Dave Epstein of Growing Wisdom arms you with a disease-fighting toolkit to put late blight out of sight. Be sure to check out the attachments for links to recommendations for disease-resistant tomato varieties and organic fungicides and products.


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Need that extra boost of energy to get out of bed in the morning? Esther Ekhart helps you to wake up your thighs, ankles, feet, hips and upper body with this comprehensive yoga routine. Perfect for any experience level, this flow can be used to give yourself a boost whenever your energy is low. Grab your yoga mat, clear some space, and follow along.


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Gather ‘round the table: it’s time for breakfast! In this lesson from Foreign Languages for Kids by Kids, Eli comes downstairs only to find that his brothers Parker and Andy are missing! Where could they be? And will they make it in time for some pan y huevos (bread and eggs)? As you follow along with this fun and interactive scene, you’ll learn some of the most common Spanish words and phrases, such as ¿Dónde está? (where is it?) and gracias (thank you).


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Looking for your next craft project? Follow along with Jennifer and Kitty as they teach you how to create a unique mosaic tray. You'll learn how to shop for mosaic tiles, prepare your tiling surface, and mix and pour your resin. The O'Neil Sisters will also teach you how to mosaic using curved lines, and how to mosaic on a flat surface without edges. Apply the techniques you learn here to create custom mosaic art!


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Learn how to dance salsa - one step at a time! This introductory online dance class will teach you the basic counts and steps of salsa dance for both the lead and the follow. If you’ve never danced the salsa or want some extra help mastering the basic steps, this lesson will be perfect for you. After watching the whole salsa series, you’ll be ready to salsa the night away in a dance club or on the ballroom dance floor.


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Share a Curious Card with a photo or video of yourself performing your new Latin dance skills.

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Knitting is an excellent way to make your own clothing or craft elegant gifts for loved ones. It allows you to express yourself artistically through the stitches and designs you use in your piece. In this lesson from Fabin BC, watch and learn how to knit a cable cast on. Start by learning how to do a slip stitch and how to hold your needles. Lynne shows you how to knit the cast on stitch and then demonstrates what to do when you get to the last stitch, to create a lovely cabled edge.


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If you love languages, then this lesson is going to be an eye opener! This lesson is designed to teach new students of American Sign Language (ASL) their very first signs and their very first basic sentences in ASL. Don’t worry if you are new to the language, because in this lesson, you learn the basics of how to sign, review several important signs, and learn how to weave sentences together. This is a great introduction, and might just inspire you to keep going!


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Want to make an elegant, unique piece of jewelry? Learn how to make a wrap-around macramé charm bracelet! Follow along with designer Brittany Ketcham as she teaches you the macramé bollywood and ladder stitches to weave seed beads and C-Lon around leather cord. Find out how to craft a button clasp for the bracelet, and see how to change out your C-Lon cord so that your bracelet can change color as it progresses. Use the bracelet as a perfect homemade gift for a friend, or keep it for yourself!


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What is the difference between English and sign language? Just because American Sign Language (ASL) is American doesn’t mean that it is closely related to the most dominant written and oral language in the United States. In this lesson, Rob Nielson introduces ASL by comparing it to commonly spoken languages and breaks down why his lessons don’t use speech or text to reinforce the meaning of signs.


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Who doesn’t love fresh blueberry pancakes, or the occasional blueberry crisp? Blueberries are not only delicious, but contain vitamins, minerals, and cancer-fighting antioxidants! Fresh blueberries are often expensive at the supermarket, but Grow Organic is here to show you how you can grow your own, whether in a container or in your garden. From which variety to choose for the location you live, to how to care for them, learn how to cultivate this tasty and nutrient-dense fruit!


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Author Joyce Maynard shows you how to make her famous apple pie, as featured in the upcoming film adaptation of her novel, “Labor Day.” No need for fancy equipment or expensive ingredients: this pie should be made with human hands alone. Once you’ve tested out the original recipe, make it your own and share your finished creation with friends and family.


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Learn how to make Joyce's pie and share a Curious Card with a photo of your delicious creation!

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Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but it can be tough to make time for a healthy meal. To the rescue - this easy recipe for overnight no-cook oatmeal! Featuring yogurt, milk, oats, and your choice of toppings, this simple recipe comes together in minutes and can be taken on-the-go for breakfast, brunch, or a snack.


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