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Hanukkah in Israel with Ofer Tirosh | 12 Days of Christmas Around the World Day 4 Eurolinguiste

About the Author // Ofer Tirosh is the founder and CEO of Tomedes, a translation company that started out of a true passion for linguistics. Tomedes offers translation in a number of languages including Spanish, Hebrew, English, Chinese, Thai and more. This is Hanukkah Hanukkah, the festival of lights, is a holiday that marks the beginning of winter (in Israel, at least.) As such, it...

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Clear the List | A Monthly Goal Setting Linkup Eurolinguiste

Hey all! Welcome to our #clearthelist linkup (formerly known as Maximize Your Month). For those of you just joining us, #clearthelist is a goal-sharing link up that I co-host with a team of amazing travel and language bloggers. If you haven’t met them already, they are Lindsay of Lindsay Does Languages, Esther of Local Adventurer, and Mariah of Food, Booze & Baggage. We’d absolutely love for you to a...

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New Interview and Feature on Assimil Eurolinguiste

Friends! I normally only post here twice a week, but I was so excited about something and I just had to write up an extra post this week. Earlier today, an interview that I did with Assimil was published on their site! I completed the interview in both English and French, so you can read whichever version you prefer. It was a lot of fun...

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New Sponsorship Options Available on Eurolinguiste Eurolinguiste

Hey everyone! I try not to make it a habit of shameless self-promotion, but I wanted to let you know that I am now offering sponsorship options on Eurolinguiste. I, personally, have discovered a ton of fantastic bloggers and brands through sponsorships, and I thought it would be great for you all to meet some incredible brands and bloggers, too. So, in an effort to...

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Vegetable Paella | Culture & Cuisine Eurolinguiste

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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6 Cues Adult Language Learners Should Take From Children Eurolinguiste

Today I’m excited to share a guest post by Paul Mains from Language Trainers on cues adult language learners should take from children. I think he has some valid points in this article on why children are often more successful language learners than we are as adult and he presents some interesting ways to re-evaluate our learning.   6 Cues Adult Language Learners Should Take...

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March Goals // Weekly Wishes Eurolinguiste

This post was created as part of The Nectar Collective linkup. It is now March – the last month of HSK Level 1 prep for me and I am feeling the pressure! I just finished writing my second book, “30 Days to a Better Music Brand.” It will be available on March 9th and I can’t wait! My March Goals // Weekly Wishes Last Month’s Goals Stretch...

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