A Review of FluentU’s Mobile App Language Resources

One of my first reviews when I started this blog was of FluentU, an innovative language learning tool that uses transcriptions of videos to help you learn a language. Today, I’m thrilled to share the launch of their mobile app with you and a review of my experience beta testing the new app. What is FluentU? For those of you who may be unfamiliar with...

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Fluent Chinese | A Review of Judith Meyer’s Latest Book Language Resources

Title: Fluent Chinese: the complete plan from beginner to advanced Author: Judith Meyer Page Count: 56 pages as a PDF, 54 pages as a Kindle Book Price: $6.99 for the Kindle Edition on Amazon As an independent language learner, one of the most difficult aspects of studying a language is not necessarily the language itself. Rather, it’s figuring out just what to study in order...

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New Sponsorship Options Available on Eurolinguiste Eurolinguiste

Hey everyone! I try not to make it a habit of shameless self-promotion, but I wanted to let you know that I am now offering sponsorship options on Eurolinguiste. I, personally, have discovered a ton of fantastic bloggers and brands through sponsorships, and I thought it would be great for you all to meet some incredible brands and bloggers, too. So, in an effort to...

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May Language Learning Strategies & Update Language Resources

It’s time for my monthly language learning strategies update! In April I took a bit of a break from Mandarin to work on Spanish for our trip to Barcelona, but I still made some time for Mandarin at the beginning of the month. My May Goals // Weekly Wishes Last Month’s Goals Get through some more of the “Watch Later” language videos in my Youtube...

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Language Learning & Travel Tips Article Roundup | May 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 May! I appreciate all of your feedback on last month’s post. Before I share this weeks tips, I wanted to share that I am co-hosting the Instagram Language Challenge with Lindsay Does Languages this month. Please join our community of language learners on...

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Vegetable Paella | Culture & Cuisine Eurolinguiste

In honor of our recent trip to Spain, I wanted to share a recipe for paella, a dish that originates in Valencia. Valencian Paella is traditionally made with white rice, large white beans, flat green beans, tomato, meat (usually chicken and rabbit), salt, oil, and water. Spices can be saffron, rosemary and occasionally lemon. Variations include the use of artichoke, peppers, and seafood. Seafood paella is the most...

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