Interlinear Books Review| A Dual Language Book Language Resources

I discovered my first dual language book while at FNAC in France quite a few years ago. It was before language learning became something that I actively pursued, but I cherished that book. In fact, it still has a place on my bookshelf right above my desk. It was a French-English version of Sherlock Holmes that offered a side-by-side translation of the text. (And you...

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An Ode to the French Countryside Travel

I have a great love for the French paysage. I have fond memories of hours on trains watching les petits villages, small towns and Robin Hood-esque forests pass by my window. For those who visit France, but still want to experience Paris, you don’t have to drive far to visit the French countryside, but it’s worth considering some of the country’s other départements to get the full experience...

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Language Learning & Travel Tips Article Roundup | September 2015 Language Resources / Travel

Welcome to the latest installment of my favorite language learning and travel tips. These are my favorite posts for the month of September! Here is this month’s collection of resources for language learning and travel from around the web. Language Learning Tips This series of essential components in Mandarin from Fluent in Mandarin // This series of articles discusses radicals and other such things that...

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Château de Chantilly in France | Things to Do Just Outside of Paris Travel

After having visited Paris on numerous occasions, we’ve started looking a little bit outside the City of Lights for our more recent adventures. It’s not that Paris doesn’t have a lot to offer, for one could spend a lifetime wandering it’s streets and never see the same thing twice, but more that we’ve grown fond of some of the beautiful landscapes and quiet villages that...

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La Boqueria Market in Barcelona, Spain Culture & Cuisine / Travel

A trip to Barcelona, Spain wouldn’t be complete without a trek down to El Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria, more fondly known as simply, La Boqueria, to indulge in some of the best-known items in Spanish cuisine. With an entrance off the city’s most popular street, La Rambla, the market isn’t hard to find and it’s worth fighting your way through the crowds...

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How to Pick Up a Language After a Long Break Language Resources

It is confession time, my dear friends, and my confession to you is that I have a couple of languages that I have sorely neglected these past few years. If you haven’t already guessed, likely from watching my IGLC update videos, my Italian, German, and Spanish are in need of some serious love and attention. And by serious, I mean ridiculously serious. And while I’m...

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