Language Events Around the World Language Resources

Learning a new language can be lonely. And while the Internet connects us with other language learners across the globe, sometimes it’s just nice to get out and meet other people who share your passion. This year, I’m attending my FIRST language event and I am just over the moon excited. I can’t wait to finally meet all of you face to face. So in...

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100+ Ways to Make Language Learning a Part of Your Day Language Resources

With new apps and online communities sprouting up everyday, there are an endless number of resources to choose from to learn almost any language. You can also connect more easily than ever with native speakers around the world. It’s often easier to feel overwhelmed by the different resources out there than it is to struggle to find them. Even so, if you’re looking for a...

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5 Things You Can Do When You Don’t Have Time to Learn a Language Language Resources

When I first started seriously studying languages, I was a university student. Language learning was something that I had to fit in around my core studies. Because my program was intensive, having a class I needed to show up for made it easier to fit time in for language learning. There was a teacher and there were grades keeping me accountable. When I graduated, I lost...

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A Review of Language Routine Mastery from Kris Broholm of Actual Fluency Language Resources

One of the best language learning podcasts out there is run by Kris Broholm. It’s called the Actual Fluency Podcast and as a part of it, Kris interviews language learners from across the globe on their strategies and thoughts on picking up up new languages. Kris recently released his first language course, Language Routine Mastery, and if you struggle with motivation in your language learning,...

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Glasgow, Scotland Travel

While I was at university, I began trying out my travel wings. I lived in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and it was the perfect starting point for a variety of adventures because of the access I had to budget airlines to get around Europe.  But one of the things I always dreamed of doing was of taking a ship from Ireland to Scotland and so I...

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Doors in the Caribbean Eurolinguiste

Each time I travel, there’s one souvenir I always bring back home. Photos of the doors that caught my eye.  There’s just something about doors that captivate me. They have personalities and histories of their own. They’ve been loved, mistreated (slammed), appreciated, and forgotten. They’re something so every day, that they often seem mundane and we don’t always notice them.  In the Caribbean, we saw...

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