Yearlyglot Blog (Page: 29)
Nobody's Judging You When You're Learning A Language
One very big reason for why many people never seem to make much progress in their language study is their fear of being judged.
Advantages And Disadvantages Of Travel With An iPad
This weekend I was away traveling, and I made the choice to attempt survival as a daily blogger using only my iPad.
Let Your Language Method Reflect Your Goals
Think about who you are, and what you want out of your language study, and construct your own learning strategy to get you there.
Why You Should Listen To The News In A New Language
When learning a new language, it is important to consume as much of that language as possible, in order to help your ears and brain adjust to hearing that language spoken.
How I'm Using My iPad To Learn Languages
There has been a lot of talk about the iPad since it's announcement, but it's been a lot of reaction and uninformed opinion, and very little helpful advice for using the iPad to learn languages.
Beginner's Italian: Formal Subject Pronoun Guide
Instead of pluralizing the second person, or adding a title (like sir), Italians abstract into the third person. In the singular, this means that they call each other 'she'.
How To Overcome Fear Of The Unknown
When people act in a strange way, or talk in a strange language, it is easy to become fearful or distrustful of them.
How Italians Use Abbreviations In Messages
I recently found a list of SMS abbreviations for Italian, and I'd like to share them.