New Projects on Eurolinguiste for Busy Language Learners & Croatian Language Resources

I don’t normally post update posts like this, but I have so many new projects that I’ve launched in the last month or two that I felt I needed to share everything that’s going on!

The Busy Language Learner

First, I launched a free email course called “The Busy Language Learner”. It’s a 7-day productivity challenge to help you fit just a little bit more language learning into your routine.

You can sign up for The Busy Language Learner here.

Join the free Busy Language Learner Email Course from Eurolinguiste

Now let’s get into the intense stuff!

Montréal LangFest

I want to share that I will be speaking AND attending my first language event in August. I’m really excited to be a presenter at the Montréal LangFest. If you’re going to be at the event, be sure to come up and say hello!

I’ll be talking about how to use the skills you develop beyond language learning to become a better language learner.

And if you haven’t bought your tickets yet, you can get 20% off using the code SHANNON.

Learn more here.

Language Learning Accelerator

The beginning of July, I launched my very first course (that I developed on my own). I am so proud of this course! It’s 8 modules with more than 40 training videos all about time management and productivity for your language learning.

It’s been an absolute pleasure working with the students currently signed up in the course and I definitely hope to do more things like this in the near future.

Learn more about Language Learning Accelerator here.

Language Learning Accelerator LITE

For students not quite up to the intensive 40+ lesson course, I released a LITE version that focuses specifically on time management. It includes several modules with actionable exercises that you can try out and immediately implement to make more time for language learning.

Learn more about Language Learning Accelerator LITE here.

Language Study Club

In September, Lindsay Williams and I are launching Language Study Club, a monthly membership and community. I am so excited about Language Study Club. Teaming up with Lindsay is always so much fun, and we have a lot of fun content in store.

Right now, the only way to get access to Language Study Club is by purchasing either Language Learning Accelerator or Lindsay’s course Successful Self Study and upgrading.

Learn More About Language Study Club (scroll down near the bottom of the page)

Get By In Croatian

So, I’m finally launching a podcast! I realize that there isn’t a lot of material out there for Croatian, so I decided to go ahead and provide a podcast for the language. Each lesson is about 10-15 minutes and I aim to teach you just enough Croatian to either get by on a trip or in a conversation. The first lesson is available on YouTube or iTunes.

Listen or Watch

My Russian & Croatian Refreshes

I recently decided to refresh both Russian and Croatian. I’m trying a lot of different things in the process and I’m sharing what I’m doing across social media as well as here on the blog. So be sure to follow me on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

My Last Language

I’m also taking on what is likely going to be my last language – Japanese. I’m also sharing some of what I’m doing on social media and here on the blog.

 

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For All of the Above

For all of the above, especially my Russian, Croatian, and Japanese projects, I’d love to know what you’d like to see from me. If you want to see any part of my learning process or notes, or whatever, please let me know in the comments below.

That’s it for now!

What about you? What are you working on?

Leave me a note!

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  • dandiprat

    Good luck with Japanese. I don’t know if I will ever take up a new language and I just have three that I am keeping up with. It’s just too much work to continue to push for all three to improve and it will be a long, long time, if ever before I’m satisfied with my level in them. Sometimes I get the urge to study another language it two but I resist this urge. I have too many other responsibilities.

    • Completely understand. I’m pretty sure Japanese will be my last new language and then it will just be maintenance/improving for me from there.

  • Maureen F Millward

    I’ve just started Russian which is also likely to be my last in-depth language. I will always study other languages to a basic level if needed for travelling, but maintaining more than 10 languages regularly becomes difficult. It does help though if some are in the same language family. I am actively learning Chinese, Slovak and Russian now with regular skype lessons. My other 7 regular languages are all at a much better level and only need maintenance and some improvements. Besides those, I have several other languages that I have learned for a few months for travel purposes and I made videos in them. I can always go back to them and watch the videos as and when I need them. I wish I could keep them all up regularly but I’ve had to make difficult decisions due to not having enough free time.

    • I saw some of your videos! They’re really impressive. How is Russian going?