The Russian Alphabet | Free PDF Printout Language Resources

Surprise! After much thought and internal debating, I’ve decided that the next language I am going to learn is Russian. I was between Spanish, Japanese, and Russian, but the latter won out and I’m quite happy with my choice! A while back my dad talked about enrolling in a Russian language course together, but we never got around to doing it. So I put off...

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21 French Words English Speakers Might Be Mispronouncing Language Resources

The English language is the official language of 60 countries across the globe, but it didn’t really make its appearance until the early medieval period. Throughout time, the French language has greatly influenced English, and somewhere around one third of the English language is made up of French words. The French-speaking Normans once occupied England for nearly 300 years and it alone resulted in the...

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An Honest and Thorough Review of Pimsleur Language Resources

A short time ago, I wrote a post summarizing the eight language learning resources that I use on a regular basis. Although I briefly mentioned the reason why I use these resources, how I use them and their approximate costs, I wanted to spend the time to write out thorough reviews of each of the eight resources as well. As I mentioned in that post,...

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Language Tag Video Language Resources

Lindsay Dow over at Lindsay Does Languages recently tagged me to participate in the Language Tag Video linkup-sort-of-thing on Youtube. Since we happened to have my dad’s fancy camera this past weekend for another video project, I decided to take advantage of having it to record my video. Alas, we had some problems filming (when I tried to do it on my own it only...

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Behind the Scenes of Developing a Language App with Sarah Aberman of Ninchanese Language Resources

A while back I had the opportunity to try out and review what has become one of my favorite language learning apps, Ninchanese. One of the co-founders, Sarah Aberman, graciously agreed to join me and discuss her experience designing a language learning application and how she uses her personal experience as a language learner to create a great tool for other learners of Chinese. For...

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Language Learning & Travel Tips Article Roundup | June 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 June! I appreciate all of your feedback on last month’s post. I’ve noticed that my posts have been a little bit Mandarin heavy in the language learning tips section, sorry about that. I tend to share things I’ve stumbled across on my own...

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Cases | What this word means for language learners Language Resources

Cases. If you’re about to learn a language and you’ve been doing a bit of research, you may have stumbled across this term in your reading. Perhaps it was someone celebrating that their language didn’t have any cases or another complaining that the language they’re studying has too many. Either way, it’s definitely something that gets brought up. If you’re not past the newbie stage...

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