Last update November 19, 2023. Do you get FOMO when choosing language learning apps? I do. Every time I start learning a new language I think to myself “Which app will I use?”. Every time I start a new language, I research which app to use for that language, and
How did the cheeky owl charm me back to Duolingo? Dive in to this review and see if it’s your language learning match. Read on – the owl’s waiting!
High frequency words lists are powerful tools for language learning, allowing you to focus on the most common words and phrases in a language. By using these lists effectively, you can quickly build a strong foundation of vocabulary, helping you communicate with greater ease and fluency.
Input is king when learning a new language. When you learn to read French, you will improve your writing skills also.
French Newspapers are a useful tool for intermediate & advanced language learners. Improve comprehension and fluency in written French, & increase your knowledge of French culture.
I’m a bit of a book nerd. When I’m learning languages, I like my hard copy paper, pen and notebook. For me, the integrated practices of not only reading and listening, but the muscle memory of writing new vocab helps to ground the language in me. But a lot of
Do you get FOMO when choosing language learning resources? I do. Every time I start learning a new language I think to myself “Which app will I use?”. Recently I started learning Spanish, so I did some research about which app to use, and of course Babbel is always in
I wanted to see if there was an audio based language learning tool that might help me learn French pronunciation. Earworms Musical Brain Trainers are designed to teach spoken French with music. Knowing that when I get a song stuck in my head it guarantees I learn the lyrics, I
I happened across a great site yesterday – News in Slow French! A fantastic site with current news articles and accompanying (slow) audios! They exist in many languages – Linguistica 360 Inc. publishes them in French, Spanish, German and Italian, but I also found similar sites in Dutch, Portuguese, Chinese
Yesterday was the final opportunity for those of us in the Add 1 Challenge 33 (A1C33) to post our final videos demonstrating us having a 15 minute conversation with a native speaker. Of course, the obligatory tech glitches caused a one hour delay. Fortunately my conversation partner was not short