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
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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
It can be difficult to communicate clearly when we are learning a new language. Some of us are shy, or maybe just not confident with talking to people when we only know a little vocabulary, but we still need to know how to get our point across and let others
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
I met up with a local exchange student to work on my French conversation yesterday. It was slow and awkward, but certainly gave my memory recall and pronunciation a work out! It is the first time I have had the opportunity to speak face-to-face with a native speaker in French.