Eurolinguiste


Cases in Croatian + a Free Cheatsheet Eurolinguiste

As a Croatian language learner, one of the things that I’ve struggled with is the case system.  In an earlier post, I wrote about cases and how they are used, but it wasn’t specific to Croatian. So instead, today I’d like to share the cases that are used in Croatian specifically, offer examples and a free PDF cheat sheet to help clarify things for you. ...

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Language Learning Strategies | #CleartheList August 2017 Eurolinguiste / Language Resources

Today is an incredibly important day – it’s Little Linguist’s first birthday! This weekend we’re celebrating this big milestone, but for today, I’ve got my little one all to myself.  July was a whirlwind month. I wrapped up the launch of Language Learning Accelerator, started Get by in Croatian, dove into my Croatian, Russian and Japanese studies, said goodbye to my grandfather alongside family I...

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Mount Gay Rum Barbados Eurolinguiste

Since leaving Ireland, I’ve become fascinated with visiting places where you can learn about, see, or experience the process that goes into creating something. It all started when I got the touristy experience in Ireland, taking friends or family down to Guinness or Jameson in Dublin when they visited. Seeing the history and process that went into creating their beers and whisky fascinated me. As...

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Language Learning Strategies | #CleartheList July 2017 Eurolinguiste / Language Resources

It’s July and tomorrow is Independence Day, so to all of my American friends, I wish you a Happy 4th of July!  If you’re new around these parts, #clearthelist is a linkup where we share our monthly goals, and by we, I mean myself, Lindsay of Lindsay Does Languages, Kris Broholm of Actual Fluency, and Angel Pretot of French Lover. We’d absolutely love for you...

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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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