Why Every Language Learner Should Use Interlinear Books
My experience with Interlinear books was very much a good one, particularly as it finds a creative way to bridge the gap between side-by-side translations and ebooks.
Esperanto Doesn't Have A Culture (Don't Say It Does)
Unlike typical colocated communities, Esperantists are dispersed, so there isn't enough interaction or shared experience among speakers to create culture.
The Four Seasons Of Language Learning
Over the last few years as I've made my yearly language missions, I've noticed that I tend to break up my year into four seasons of langauge learning.
Why I Don’t Use Flashcards (And You Shouldn’t Either)
In spite of the fact that SRS is the hottest thing in language learning right now, I'm going tell everyone to stop using it.
4 Reasons You're Still Not Fluent In A Foreign Language
I'm going to talk about things you need to stop doing in order to achieve fluency in another language.
Beginner’s Guide To Russian Interjections
Every language uses interjections. And it should come as no surprise that a rich language like Russian is rich with fun interjections.
One Year Experiment: Learn To Speak French
My new experiment is to learn to speak French in one year. Rather than study grammar or vocabulary lists, I'm using the language right away.
What I Learned From My Father
What I learned from my father, more than anything else, was that the people around you are the most important thing you'll have in your life