A language guide for children with disabilities

By Laura J. Martin, National Geographic magazine Editor, December 15, 2016What a day!

Our coverage of the holiday season kicked off on Friday with the launch of our Language Guide to Kids with Disabilities.

As we get into the week, we’ve gathered together a list of languages that we feel are particularly appropriate for kids who have disabilities.

If you have a language that you’d like to see in the guide, let us know and we’ll consider it.

We’ll be adding to this list throughout the week.

This week’s language: GermanThe languages of Germany are famous for their language and history.

There are four official languages: German, French, English, and Spanish.

These languages are spoken by more than a billion people around the world.

Here’s a look at what they are.

The German language:German is the official language of Germany, and it has a long and rich history.

German is also one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, and one of our favorites for kids.

The most common way children learn German is through books, but a lot of the time they can also learn it on the Internet through online courses.

There is a good chance that you’ll be able to learn German on your own in a few months, so if you’re looking for some ideas, here are some great resources for learning German.

For kids who can speak only German, here’s a great list of free online classes and lessons.

French: This language has some similarities to German in the way that some words are pronounced, but also has many differences.

For example, French is more complicated than German.

It has its own grammar and vocabulary, and you can learn French grammar through a course.

French also has a separate alphabet that you can use for everyday things like writing or counting.

Spanish: Spanish is a very easy language for kids to learn.

You can learn Spanish on your smartphone, tablet, computer, or any device that you’re familiar with.

The official language is Spanish, and children in Spain have been learning Spanish since the 14th century.

It is also considered the second most popular language after English.

There’s a huge range of Spanish books and courses available online, including Spanish-language lessons, online classes, and online tutoring.

German: In contrast to the other three languages, German has many similarities with English.

This is because the language is spoken in three parts of the world: Germany, Switzerland, and France.

Each of these countries has its distinct dialects, which can be quite different.

German has a lot in common with French, and kids can learn it with a variety of different resources.

The languages of Switzerland and France are also very similar.

Here are some of the top Swiss and French resources: The official languages of the U.S.: English: As our kids’ favorite language, English is our second favorite language.

The word “English” in English can mean literally “the word spoken by people who speak English.”

For our purposes, we’ll use English as a noun, like we would English for French.

For more information on the word English, see our article on the English Language.

French is the most commonly spoken language in France, with a population of nearly 11 million people.

It’s a little more complicated to learn French than English, but it’s very easy.

If your French is a little rusty, the French language classes on this site can help you get started.

Spanish is the second language of Spain, after English, although it is spoken by a small number of people in Spain.

Spanish has a distinct dialect, which is similar to English.

The language is different than English because it has different rules for reading and writing, and students in Spanish learn Spanish in a different way than English.

It also has different grammar rules than English and can be hard to learn at first.

If that sounds complicated, check out our article about Spanish grammar.

French-speaking parents are especially important for kids with language disabilities because they are usually the first ones to pick up a new language.

Here is a guide to helping French-language kids learn French.

Spanish-speaking families: Spanish can be a very confusing language to understand for kids because it is so varied.

But that doesn’t mean you can’t get by.

We’ve compiled a list that will help you learn Spanish quickly, easily, and with confidence.

German and French have some similarities, and both have their own grammar rules and vocabulary.

For our purpose, we’re looking to learn English in English.

For parents who are bilingual, here is a list on how to help kids learn Spanish.

Italian and Portuguese are the official languages in Italy and Portugal.

Italian is also a language of the Caribbean and is spoken mainly by people from the north.

Portuguese is spoken mostly in Brazil and is also spoken by many of the country’s poorest people.

The two official languages are also a little different.

Portuguese has many different rules and grammar rules, while Italian has many rules for the same thing.

Spanish and Portuguese have a lot to