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Italian Immersion Announcement: I'm Going To Italy
The reason for learning languages is to meet new people, to learn about their culture, to make new friends, and to travel and see the world. Which is why I'm going to Italy.
Expect More Russian Learning Content Next Year
I've got an exciting new strategy for language learning in the next year which I think will be particularly helpful for languages like Russian.
Best Language Learning Blog Posts Of 2010
Today, I'm going to highlight a few of the best posts from this year, to give you a chance to catch up on something you might have missed.
What I've Learned About Language Learning In One Year
Setting out to learn a new language fluently in one year may not make me the most aggressive language learner, or coolest polyglot, but it is clearly a commitment to learn a lot in one year.
You Can't Succeed At Language Learning Without Confidence
When you don't speak with confidence, you lose your audience. The story goes nowhere. And eventually, the meaning gets lost.
Introducing The Yearlyglot Mailing List
If you want to be the first to know which language I'll be learning next, then you need to sign up for the Yearlyglot mailing list.
Italian And Spanish Compared: Which Is Better To Learn?
There are many ways in which Spanish and Italian are similar. But also different. This will help you decide which language to learn.
Muliculturalism (Or Lack Of) In The Southwestern U.S.
It seems that multiculturalism is becoming quite common on Southwestern campuses and I think that's a good sign for cultural integration in the future.