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7 Ways to Fire Up Your Language Learning at Women in Language Eurolinguiste

Next week is the second ever Women in Language event. It’s an online conference hosted by Lindsay Williams of Lindsay Does Languages, Kerstin Cable of FluentLanguage.co.uk and yours truly. At the event, we have more than 30 incredible speakers, two panel discussions, lightning talks, live chat, and the chance to win more than $3,000 in prizes through our raffle. Attending an event like Women in...

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In December, with the holidays, I enjoyed time with family at home. I continued to study Hungarian, but also returned to several of my previous languages.  On to #clearthelist … If you’re new around these parts, #clearthelist is a linkup where we share our monthly goals, and by we, I mean myself, and Lindsay of Lindsay Does Languages. We’d absolutely love for you to a...

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New Language Project: Learning Hungarian Eurolinguiste

Over the last couple months, I’ve been learning a language in secret. I recently revealed that language was Hungarian and now, I’m excited to share more details about this language project – the how, the what, and they why. But first, if you’re interested in following this project along, be sure to subscribe to the Drops blog! It’s where I’m sharing all my updates. Getting Started with the...

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Clear The List | Monthly Language Learning Strategies Update | August Eurolinguiste

At the end of July, I began a new Add1Challenge and that means my focus language(s) have once again changed. In the last challenge, I did Japanese as a part of Add1Advance and Korean as a part of the normal challenge. This time around, I’m returning to Croatian for Add1Advance and Russian for the regular challenge. My Day 0 Video for Russian: My Day 0 Video for...

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Clear The List | Monthly Language Learning Strategies Update | July Eurolinguiste / Language Resources

This month, I completed my Add1Challenge Day 90 video pretty early for Korean. My teacher needed to travel, so the last few weeks of the challenge, I went full throttle with my Korean studies.  I was pretty nervous about needing to record my Day 90 long before the deadline, but on Day 64 I took a deep breath, hit record, and made it 16 minutes. ...

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Clear The List | Monthly Language Learning Strategies Update | June Eurolinguiste

This month, I’m entering the end of my Add1Challenge with Korean. It’s my second effort at learning the language and while, to be honest, it’s still one of the languages I’ve struggled with most, it’s all starting to click.  I’m glad I decided to come back to it. On to #clearthelist If you’re new around these parts, #clearthelist is a linkup where we share our monthly...

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9 Things to Do In Seminyak, Bali Eurolinguiste

My trip to Seminyak was my first time in Bali and it was a relaxing trip. The villas are gorgeous, the beach is a site to see, and the local food is delicious. If you find yourself in Seminyak, Bali, here are a few of the things that you can do. 1. Hang out on the beach. In Seminyak, the water is just a short...

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