Yearlyglot Blog (Page: 22)
Overseas Language Immersion: The Fine Details
Moving abroad can be some tricky business; once you've decided whether you want to work, study or volunteer, you need to tackle the biggest task of them all: the red tape.
How To Describe Body Parts In Lithuanian
In this post, I explain how to say and describe most major body parts in the Lithanian language.
Everyone Should Stand For Something
When I look back at all the people in life who have inspired me, or who still do inspire me, there is one thing that's true about all of them: they all stand for something.
Useful Word Patterns In Italian To Sound More Fluent
Today, we'll look at a few more useful Italian word patterns I've found.
First Impressions Of The Catalan Language
A few weeks ago, I wrote a basic introduction to Catalan, having never heard it spoken before. Here are my new impressions.
Why I Don't Fly With Low-Budget Airlines
With a budget carrier, all you get is a numeric bit of data that satisfies some internal economical contest.
Learning A New Language Is Like Learning To Walk Again
Learning a language is a lot like learning to walk again. You already know how to walk — you've done it your whole life.
Adjectives In Lithuanian: A Beginner's Guide
In this post, I'll teach you some essential Lithuanian adjectives and how to use them.