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Language Learning: Put Down The Flashcards And Just Read
These past several weeks, as I've been spending most of my time doing full-on reading, not just as exercises but reading for actual content, I keep running into words I studied.
How To Improve Your Language Listening Comprehension
It comes as no surprise to me that my weakest area is listening comprehension. This is always the area in foreign language study where I struggle the most.
Why You Absolutely Should Travel
Seeing the world reminds us how small we are, no matter how big our problems or our lives may seem. It reminds us that there's still so much we don't know... and gives us a chance to know them.
10 Things To Know Before Buying Rocket Italian (Review)
I tried, tested and reviewed Rocket Italian over an extended period to see what kind of Italian results it could give me. Here's what I discovered.
When You Travel, Be A Good Ambassador For Your Country
When you travel, you become the face of your country. You become the thing that these people will talk about with their friends.
Upcoming Test And Final Goal For German
German has been going fairly well for me so far - or at least I feel very positive about it. But that confidence will be put to a test next week when I arrive in Berlin!
4 Language Learning Influences You Should Filter And Avoid
One of the most difficult aspects of learning a language is simply getting past the noise of disagreement and dissent with regard to how you should do it.
Learning A Language? Here's Why You Need To Read More
As I worked to learn Italian, one of the things that improved my understanding the most was reading Pinocchio from cover-to-cover in Italian.