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Why should we track languages? Tracking both your language progress and what you’ve done in a language is not necessary by all means, but I would recommend it for
Why it’s important to practice speaking A key part of learning a language to fluency is practicing with a native speaker. Talking to native speakers helps you improve pronunciation,
It’s OK to be nervous! Hello friends! We are all living the COVID life, and a lot of us want to learn languages but at a safe distance. A
Upon deciding to learn Mandarin Chinese, you need to choose whether you’ll learn Simplified or Traditional as a writing system. Fear not – here’s a guide to help you!
Language exams are useful if you’re looking for a very standard way to prove your level. This is generally when you’re applying for a job in another language. Companies or schools require a certification to see if you can communicate in the language. That being said, I don’t think it’s a true reflection of one’s level in a language.
I bought a book called “한국어 벵크 TOPIK 2 한권이면 OK” to prepare me for the test and it came with a smaller handbook for vocabulary, listing all the important words that appear in the textbook. Realising that I can read two pages on the bus on the way to work and two pages on my commute back, I committed to studying 4 pages of vocabulary each day.
The annual Polyglot Conference was held at Kyushu Sangyo University in Fukuoka, Japan this year! I stayed in Fukuoka for 6 days and 3 full days were spent
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