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A Review of China Online by Véronique Michel Language Resources

Online culture is something that has always interested me. Communication and community are two very significant aspects of online culture and I love learning about how people around the globe connect with one another using the web. But the internet hasn’t just done a lot for global communities, it has also spurred the growth of regional and national communities. In countries as widespread as China...

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Tandem App Language Exchange | A Review Language Resources

You’ve spent hours sending messages back and forth with a variety of potential language partners, weeding out the ones that aren’t a good match with you, finally setting up a time to sign on to Skype and chat with one that seemed a good fit. The day arrives, you’ve studied the topics you’d like to go over, sign onto Skype and the person doesn’t show...

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Language Reading Challenge 2016 Culture & History / Language Resources

Hello dear friends! I am excited to announce that this next year, I will be hosting a language reading challenge along with a few awesome language bloggers. Starting January 2016, we’ll tackle one book per month covering a topic related to language and share our experiences as a linkup. Please feel free to join us. As part of the challenge, the books cover everything from...

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Clear The List | Monthly Language Learning Strategies Update | January Language Resources

Welcome to 2016!  Yesterday I shared a few of my goals for the year, but today I would like to share my goals for this month that will help me get started in the right direction with my 2016 goals. So without any further ado… I, once again, would like to welcome to #clearthelist where we share our monthly goals! For those of you unfamiliar with #clearthelist,...

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Christmas in the Philippines with Ron Gullekson | 12 Days of Christmas Day 12 Culture & Cuisine / Culture & History / Language Resources / Travel

About the Author // Ron Gullekson is a ‘language enthusiast’ with a background in German, Spanish, Arabic, and English. He runs Language Surfer where he shares his advice to language learners and his progress with the languages that he studies. Christmas in the Philippines The Long Tradition of Christmas In the 16th century, Spanish colonizers brought Catholicism to the Philippines. Now 85% of the Philippines’ 98...

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Christmas in Korea with Esther Julee | 12 Days of Christmas Around the World Day 10 Culture & Cuisine / Culture & History / Language Resources / Travel

About the Contributor // I want to extend a huge thanks to Esther Julee of Local Adventurer for helping me research this post! Esther is a photographer and blogger currently based in San Diego, California where she writes about her travels along with her husband Jacob. A History of Christmas in Korea Korea began celebrating Christmas as a holiday in the year 1949. Since the...

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Christmas in France | 12 Days of Christmas Around the World Day 10 Culture & Cuisine / Culture & History / Language Resources / Travel

Today is the tenth day of the 12 Days of Christmas Around the World, so the countdown is on! And today, I’d like to share my second (and last) contribution to the series, before I let the other wonderful bloggers take over once more. In this post, I’d like to talk about Christmas in a country near and dear to my heart – France. How...

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Christmas in Italy with Chiara Grandola | 12 Days of Christmas Around the World Day 9 Culture & Cuisine / Culture & History / Language Resources / Travel

About the Author // Chiara Grandola is the founder of Runaway Daydreamer. She’s a native Italian speaker and is passionate about all things languages, travel and entertainment. The origin of Christmas in Italy Italy stay true to its roots when it comes to Christmas and continues to focus on the same values the lie at the foundation of its culture: faith, family and food. As...

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Christmas in England with Lindsay Dow | 12 Days of Christmas Day 8 Culture & Cuisine / Culture & History / Language Resources / Travel

About the Auther // Lindsay Dow is an awesome language learning videoblogger and writer over at Lindsay Does Languages. She is based on the UK and earned her degree in languages from Open University. She currently has a fantastic course on Phrasal Verbs and plans on releasing more courses in the near future. Hello there! I’m not Shannon. I’m Lindsay and I blog over at...

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