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Come join Women in Language! This weekend, the annual online Women in Language conference is back!Day one is halfway underway as I write this post and it’s been amazing already. Women
Pakistani origins & my dormant French green monsters is where it began Learning French has always been something strictly scholarly for me – I’ve taken French at school since
TOPIK results day Last week, the TOPIK Korean exam results came out. For some silly reason, they aren’t accessible via Macbook or any mobile device. I had to call
Here are some tried and tested tips on making the most of your lessons on italki, as well as how to find a language exchange partner.
There are many methods you can use and the possibilities are endless! As for the following tips, you can do some or all of these techniques – ultimately it’s about finding the technique that works for you!
Studying grammar shouldn’t be tricky. Step 1: Get a textbook and note down the grammar structures Step 2: Categorize and color-code the grammar On the first page of
At the end of 2019, I set some (pretty lofty) language learning goals for myself. I documented them in a pinned tweet on Twitter so I can keep myself accountable.
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