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March Instagram Language Challenge Culture & History / Language Resources

These past few months, the talented blogger and language learner, Lindsay Dow, over at Lindsay Does Languages has hosted the #IGLC, a challenge to help her fellow language lovers improve their languages by using prompts. This was my third month participating, and I decided to once again alter just how I took part in the challenge. The first month I posted images with new-to-me vocabulary. The second I recorded short...

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April Language Learning Strategies & Update | Weekly Wishes Language Resources

It’s time for my monthly language learning strategies update and I’ve decided to combine it with the monthly goal post I share as a part of Weekly Wishes. Due to the transition I mentioned earlier, I think it makes sense to combine the two since both posts are goal based. This post was created as part of The Nectar Collective linkup. Friends! It’s April which means that...

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A Review of Flashsticks + 9 Fun Ways to Use Them Language Resources

If there weren’t already existing flashcard decks on applications such as Memrise and Anki, I probably wouldn’t bother to study with flashcards which is a shame because flashcards can be a great way to retain and refresh vocabulary in a new language. I still have blank notecards left over from high school, but I’ve never gotten around to sitting down and writing useful vocabulary on...

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My Favorite Travel & Language Learning Tips This Month Language Resources / Travel

Last month I did my first travel & language learning tips roundup and asked if you wanted me to continue sharing my favorite travel and language posts. The answer was a resounding “yes” and so today I’d like to share my favorite articles for the month of March. Here is this month’s collection of resources for language learning and travel from around the web. Language...

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Learning Tones with WaiChinese | A Review Language Resources

In my opinion, tones are one of the (if not the) most difficult aspect of learning Mandarin Chinese. Even after close to a year of study, they are still something that I struggle with as a language learner. Without a private teacher or language exchange partners (who sometimes let your pronunciation slide), there’s really no good way of knowing whether or not you’re correctly pronouncing...

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February Instagram Language Challenge Language Resources

The last few months, the talented blogger and language learner, Lindsay Dow, over at Lindsay Does Languages has hosted the #IGLC, a challenge to help her fellow language lovers improve their languages by using prompts. This was my second month participating, and I decided to up the challenge for February, opting to record videos (in both Croatian AND Mandarin – eek) this month as opposed...

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