Yearlyglot Blog (Page: 21)
How To Make Language Learning Fun And Interesting
One of the best ways to keep your interest in a language is to do things with it that are fun and/or interesting.
Benefits Of Learning To Swear In A Foreign Language
Effective communication means choosing the best word for the situation. And yes, sometimes, that's a 'swear' word.
Why You Need To Stop Whining About Grammar
Here's the problem. The age old grammar debate is fundamentally nothing more than bullshit. That's it. It's all bullshit.
Toki Pona: A Conlang For Minimalists
When compared to Esperanto, it's hard to argue against Toki Pona being a much easier and more universal language to get people speaking across cultures and language boundaries.
Lithuanian Essentials: Beginner's Quick Guide
This is a good guide to begin Lithuanian, especially in preparation for travel, but there is always more to know.
Partitives In Italian: Using The Word 'Ne'
The Italian partitive is a special kind of pronoun which functions as a back-reference. It refers back to a direct object specified in a previous sentence - or possibly later in the current sentence.
Onomatopoeia In Italian: How Animals Talk In Italia
One of the more enjoyable details about learning a new language is learning how animals talk - onomatopoeia.
Colloquial Lithuanian Review: Why I Like It
Colloquial Lithuanian is written by a pair of authors, one a native English speaker and the other a native Lithuanian speaker.