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Black Friday Deals for Language Learners 2018 Language Resources

You’ve worked hard this last year at your language studies, and what better way to celebrate your progress than by rewarding yourself with an early holiday gift?  By investing in your studies, you’re also preparing yourself for the new year with new resources so that you have a place to start when all of the craziness of the holiday season is through. Or, you can...

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Language Learning in 5-Minute Drops Language Resources

How one start-up is aiming to revolutionize language learning by combining augmented reality with gamification in 5-minute Drops. In a time when, on average, nearly everyone is too busy to invest time into intensive side projects, is there a place for language learning? Daniel Farkas and Mark Szulyovszky, of Plan B Labs, believe, without question, that there is, and they’ve developed the app to prove...

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Free Language Feedback & Practice with Lingora Language Resources

When I first started learning languages on my own, I didn’t realize that the key to mastering them was speaking them. I tried learning on my own, but whenever I had an opportunity to use them, nothing came out. I’d get too nervous, tongue-tied, or flat out forget everything that I learned. Soon, I realized that the only way I’d get better at speaking would...

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Announcing the 30 Day Language Reading Challenge Language Resources

For the past few years, I’ve hosted the Language Learning Reading Challenge. It’s grown into a fun community of learners, but I wanted to take things further.  Reading is an incredible way to get comprehensible input, but it’s also an enjoyable way to work on your languages.  Through the Language Learning Reading Challenge, I’ve had the chance to meet a lot of incredible language learners...

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Language Learning with Video Games: How to Make Games an Effective Learning Tool Language Resources

When it comes to learning languages, the expression “all work and no play…” is true. Without any playtime, language learning can be dull. That’s not to say there isn’t value in doing the book work – there is a ton of value. It just means that it isn’t all you should do. Finding a way to engage with your language beyond hitting the books is important...

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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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