Yearlyglot Blog (Page: 29)
How To Form Italian Comparatives And Superlatives
In this post, I'll show you how to form Italian comparatives and superlatives.
First Impressions Of The Lithuanian Language
I have long had intentions of learning about Lithuania, its culture, and its language, since that is an important part of my own heritage.
Thanks For The Votes
I didn't feel as if I deserved any recognition this year, but I'm not going away and I will definitely work to earn it and I hope to place higher next year!
Book Review: Language Is Music by Susanna Zaraysky
Last week, it was my great honor to receive a copy of Language is Music, a captivating book written by Susanna Zaraysky.
Learning A Language? You Need A Frequency List
Learning a language? Here's why frequency lists are so important (and how to use them).
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.