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Italian Immersion Report (Part 2)
A few weeks ago I gave you all a progress report on how things were working out for me actually being in Italy, using the the Italian language as I had learned it from here at home.
Why You Don't Need More Language Resources
Once you're using the language, you will know right away what you need, and you won't need any salesmen or coworkers or bloggers to tell you.
What Triune Brain Theory Means For Language Learning
Triune Brain Theory describes the brain in three parts: the reptilian brain, the mammal brain, and the human brain.
How Language Learning And Video Games Are Similar
Learning a language is a lot like learning to play a video game. The concept of video game mechanics can also apply to languages.
Why I'm Inspired By The Egyptian Revolution
It's really inspiring to see people acting on what they believe to be right, for the good of the world, rather than trying to find ways to milk every last penny out of people.
Yearlyglot Defined: Its Purpose And Mission
To start, I know you're all bright readers, so I'm sure you already figured out that 'yearlyglot' is a play on the word 'polyglot', indicating that I learn one language every year.
Italian Immersion: Travel Report From Italy
My trip to Italy is More than half over now, but it's been quite interesting so far. The experience has been rather eye-opening!
How To Use One Language To Learn Another
The very first thing I learned about Turkish this year was actually an interesting revelation about languages and translation tools.