Yearlyglot Blog (Page: 17)
Language Learning As A Lifestyle
Figure out what you do and how you use language, and then just find ways to switch those activities into your target language.
Why I'm Starting An Anti-Productivity Movement
Productivity is a bunch of bullshit. We're not robots. We're not machines. You can't keep doing more and being more and expecting more, without eventually burning out.
Why You Should Only Learn The Words You Use
Language learners rigidly follow lesson plans, course books, or flashcard decks expecting those things to lead them to fluency, only to find out they don't know the words they need the most.
Pimsleur Challenge: Learn Mandarin Chinese In 10 Days
Last week, I was contacted by a representative from Pimsleur, who offered me a free copy of their language learning materials in Mandarin.
How To Use Lang-8 To Learn A Language
Today I want to talk about some things you can do to make Lang-8 easier for you to use, as well as things you can do to make sure that you're getting the most value out of it.
You Are What You Do
This post isn't just about language learning, but it applies to language learning. The is really a post about everything you do in your life.
Il Condizionale: How To Learn Italian’s Conditional Verbs
Just as with everything else with learning Italian, it turns out that using the conditional tense isn't hard at all, and it's certainly not the complicated matter that people make it out to be.
Various Travel Hacking Tips Every Polyglot Should Know
I took a road trip recently and managed to come up with a few travel hacks that I want to share.