Author Archives: Shannon Kennedy



Shannon Kennedy

I'm a language lover, traveler and musician sharing my adventures and language learning tips over at Eurolinguiste. Join me on Facebook for daily language learning and travel tips!

May Language Learning Strategies & Update
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May Language Learning Strategies & Update

It’s time for my monthly language learning strategies update! In April I took a bit of a break from Mandarin to work on Spanish for our trip to Barcelona, but I still made some time for Mandarin at the beginning of the month. My May Goals // Weekly Wishes Last Month’s Goals Get through some more of the “Watch Later” language videos in my Youtube...

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11 May 2015
Language Learning & Travel Tips Article Roundup | May 2015
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Language Learning & Travel Tips Article Roundup | May 2015

Welcome to the latest installment of my favorite language learning and travel tips. These are my favorite posts for the month of May! I appreciate all of your feedback on last month’s post. Before I share this weeks tips, I wanted to share that I am co-hosting the Instagram Language Challenge with Lindsay Does Languages this month. Please join our community of language learners on...

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07 May 2015
Learning a Language | Personal vs. Professional
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Learning a Language | Personal vs. Professional

Hey all, today I’m excited to share a guest post with you from Matt Baster of Language Reach. I also recently wrote an article for them available over at their blog on 5 reasons to learn a language for travel with 10 resources to help you do just that.  Someone once said that ‘to speak another language is to possess another soul’, a sentence which...

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04 May 2015
Vegetable Paella | Culture & Cuisine
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Vegetable Paella | Culture & Cuisine

In honor of our recent trip to Spain, I wanted to share a recipe for paella, a dish that originates in Valencia. Valencian Paella is traditionally made with white rice, large white beans, flat green beans, tomato, meat (usually chicken and rabbit), salt, oil, and water. Spices can be saffron, rosemary and occasionally lemon. Variations include the use of artichoke, peppers, and seafood. Seafood paella is the most...

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30 Apr 2015
Why French is Easy by Benny Lewis | A Review
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Why French is Easy by Benny Lewis | A Review

I have teamed up with Benny Lewis of Fluent in 3 Months as an affiliate. If you choose to purchase “Why French is Easy” by clicking on one of the links in this article, I make a small commission which goes towards keeping Eurolinguiste up and running. The opinions in this article are my honest thoughts of the book; I would not encourage you to...

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24 Apr 2015
March Instagram Language Challenge
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March Instagram Language Challenge

These past few months, the talented blogger and language learner, Lindsay Dow, over at Lindsay Does Languages has hosted the #IGLC, a challenge to help her fellow language lovers improve their languages by using prompts. This was my third month participating, and I decided to once again alter just how I took part in the challenge. The first month I posted images with new-to-me vocabulary. The second I recorded short...

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09 Apr 2015
April Language Learning Strategies & Update | Weekly Wishes
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April Language Learning Strategies & Update | Weekly Wishes

It’s time for my monthly language learning strategies update and I’ve decided to combine it with the monthly goal post I share as a part of Weekly Wishes. Due to the transition I mentioned earlier, I think it makes sense to combine the two since both posts are goal based. This post was created as part of The Nectar Collective linkup. Friends! It’s April which means that...

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06 Apr 2015
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