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Fluent Forever: How to Learn Any Language Fast and Never Forget It by Gabriel Wyner

Ready to learn a new langauge? Fluent Forever is a practical, down-to-earth guide for aspiring language learners that will leave you inspired and empowered to achieve fluency in your target language. In the book, readers are presented with the top ti...
by Epic Book Quest on Dec 11, 2016

The Travel Tester Favourite Blogs July 2016

The Travel Tester Discovers the Best Travel Tips and Stories from all Around the Internet! Here are our Favourite Reads from this Month You just finished reading The Travel Tester Favourite Blogs July 2016! Consider leaving a comment! Follow me al...
by The Travel Tester on Aug 1, 2016

¡Hola! Let’s Learn Spanish by Judy Martialay

In this fun and imaginative book by foreign language teacher Judy Martialay, Pete the Pilot takes readers to Mexico, where they meet Panchito the Mexican jumping bean. Adventures abound as Panchito explores the Mexican culture, learning lots of Spani...
by Epic Book Quest on Aug 1, 2016

Say It Again: Repetition Aides Language Development

We all know that young children love repetition. If you have been around a child under the age of 3 lately, you know this well. They repeat questions, they repeat words, they repeat actions....over and over again. For us adults, this is honestly kind...
by Notes on Parenting on May 19, 2016

Learn Spanish – Level 1: Introduction (Enhanced Version) by Innovative Language Learning, LLC

Learn Spanish – Level 1: Introduction (Enhanced Version) by Innovative Language Learning, LLC – Learning a foreign language at the moment is very necessary because with the MEA program, we compete with other countries in a..
by Best Novel Review on May 13, 2016

Learn German – Level 1: Introduction to German (Enhanced Version) by Innovative Language Learning, LLC

Learn German – Level 1: Introduction to German (Enhanced Version) by Innovative Language Learning, LLC – Learning a foreign language is necessary, and should be an obligation for us to learn. Sanga foreign language support..
by Best Novel Review on May 12, 2016

02 Lady Reader Bookstuff Blog Tours: review: Learn Spanish the Gringa Way by Erin Ashley Sieber

as far as i can remember, i had always wanted to learn different languages other than my native tongue. i realized my dream when i majored in two European languages in college. it was both fun and challenging and frustrating at times. it helped thoug...
by aobibliosphere™ on Jan 21, 2016

01: Lady Reader Bookstuff Blog Tours: Learn Spanish the Gringa Way by Erin Ashley Sieber

Learn Spanish The Gringa Way by Erin Ashley Sieber Published: September 24, 2014 Publisher: AuthorHouse     Pages: 232 Step into a new world of learning, in which the journey itself is actually fun and exciting! The Grin...
by aobibliosphere™ on Jan 18, 2016

7 Amazing Benefits of Learning a New Language

There have been numerous studies pointing to the benefits of learning a new language. Yet, recent study shows that only 18% of Americans can fluently speak two or more languages.Part of the reason is that learning a new language o...
by Blog of Rare Treasures on Dec 3, 2015

Best Blogs to Read: The Travel Tester Favourites October 2015

Read The Travel Tester’s handpicked best blogs to read in this month’s overview of articles written by our favourite travel bloggers from all around the world. Tune in every last day of the Month so you don’t miss the best travel...
by The Travel Tester on Oct 31, 2015

Language Learning - busuu Premium v5.2.0.33

Download Language Learning - busuu Premium v5.2.0.33 Requirements: Android 2.3 and up Overview: Learn Spanish, English, French, Russian & more languages with fun language games Don't just learn a language, fall in love with it! Your language l...
by Jimz Freebies on Aug 20, 2015

How to survive a dinner in Turkish, when you don’t speak it

    Twelve years into this relationship, I am proud to say that I have mastered the alphabet, learned hundreds of words, can order a meal for myself and make basic pleasantries, but yet also appalled at myself as I have not …...
by Slowly by slowly on Jul 21, 2015

Groins, Crotches and Thighs - Getting Round Them in Japanese

また、又、叉One of the kanji "lessons" that sticks most clearly in my mind is an impromptu one given me by a deputy principal of one of the junior high schools I worked at back in the late 1980s when I first came to Japan.Is it a crotch, a groi...
by Japan Visitor on Jun 19, 2015

Learn Spanish this weekend

The trick to learning any language is to find a way to immerse yourself in it–really consuming as much as you can all the time. That means that, rather than designating an hour here and there for study, you should be trying to incorporate the l...
by Marie Away on Jun 12, 2015

Osoraku: probability in Japanese

たぶん おそらく osoraku is a Japanese adverb that means something like "maybe" or "probably" and is used often in Japanese: a language whose speakers often almost delight in its "vagueness."Learners of Japanese are generally more famil...
by Japan Visitor on May 20, 2015

My Language Learning Routine

First, some background… I grew up in Canada, meaning I learned French for around 10 years during my schooling. However, it wasn’t until I was well into my university years that I actually developed a real interest in learning languages. S...
by Marie Away on Apr 30, 2015

A Little Bit More on Language, Teaching, and Learning: “This is a Pen”

As a follow-up to my recent post “On Teaching and Learning” where I discuss the problems of approaching education as if it were a mere transfer of information (most often through the reduction of concepts to vocabulary), I offer some th...
by Stories & Soliloquies on Mar 31, 2015

Free Learning Resources for Curious Travellers

Travellers tend to be curious people who are eager to learn about the world and people. This is just the nature of the lifestyle. However, we also tend to be a frugal population that likes to spend our money where it will have the greatest impact. Fo...
by Marie Away on Mar 23, 2015

The "Word Gap" is About More than Just Words

There has been a lot of attention in the media lately about the "word gap" between kids in higher and lower income families. Researchers have documented for years that children in families of higher socioeconomic status (SES) are generally exposed to...
by Notes on Parenting on Mar 19, 2015

My 20 favorite language quotes

And why I like them. In line with my week of posts on the celebration of languages leading up to International Mother Tongue Day, I wanted to make a post about some of my favorite quotes on languages. Some of these quotes have been inspirational over...
by Backpacking Diplomacy on Feb 18, 2015


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