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There are many emotions you may feel during the long process of learning a language: glee for successfully remembering new words, frustration at not comprehending one or other grammatical structure, or accomplishment for when you are finally able to converse in the language of your choosing, to name but a few. As highly emotional creatures, […]

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It’s time to restructure your thinking and help you realize how important bilingualism is. English is indeed beautiful but learning a second language can do no harm; in fact, it will help you more than you think, believe me or not. So, here are 13 myths about foreign language that you should forget. 1. Learning […]

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While the concept of “a word” is surprisingly difficult to define with any accuracy, it still makes sense to divide that nebulous idea into more concrete and manageable categories. One way of doing that is to split words into content and function words. The category names themselves already provide a bit of insight into what […]

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You must have heard that one of the easiest and most enjoyable ways to learn a foreign language is by watching movies. Is this a real lucky ticket to fluency without effort? Or is this a waste of time? In fact, this sounds pretty appealing: just imagine yourself sitting in front of the screen for […]

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The first time people thought of using computers to help with language learning was pretty much when they first started having computers. Previously called Computer-Assisted Language Instruction and then Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL), the general concept has its humble roots in the 1960s. With the invention of the microcomputer, the CALL technologies moved away from […]

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It’s always a wonderful idea to find out fun and quirky facts about the language you’re learning to help keep your motivation high. So, if you’re currently trying to wrap your head around Dutch, we’ve got you covered. Below, you’ll find six interesting facts about the Dutch language and culture to keep you interested in […]

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Anyone who has ever tried learning a small(er) language can tell you how difficult it is to find good resources for self-study. Unlike English or Spanish, for example, that everyone wants (and needs) to learn, languages with few speakers provide less incentive for developers to create learning tools for. And so good resources are few […]

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One of the most important goals for any ESL student is to gain conversational skills. It’s crucial that you give your students plenty of opportunity to converse with each other, but sometimes it can be challenging to think of new topics for your students to practice speaking. Here are six fun speaking topics for your […]

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