Woo! Back to blogging! But not everything is ideal in the land of The Polyglotist…
If you ever meet someone claiming they never watched TV in their target language, walk away–they’re probably lying! Watching TV shows and media in general is one of the most useful tools a language learner can have access to, and today, Shayan Carlson shares with us his five top recommendations to learn English with!
Today’s guest article, by Lucia Leite of Lingholic, touches on the little advantages and tweaks you can get out of modern technology in order to learn a language. If you’re the kind of language student that relies on his devices for learning, keep reading!
Today’s guest post has been kindly written for The Polyglotist by Jessica Freeman, a journalist and writer from Australia. It is a must read for those who want to get their productivity on while learning a language! If you are one such person, then read on!
Today’s guest article on the hot (and very controversial) subject of pronunciation comes courtesy of Richard Nolan! Click on to read more about what to keep an eye out in order to improve your pronunciation.
In which I return, after a (semi-forced) break in language learning.
Today’s story comes to us courtesy of guest writer Veronica Hunt, new blogger and fellow language lover, who wanted to share with The Polyglotist’s audience the experience of learning English as her second language. If you’ve ever been in her shoes, I’m sure you’ll find yourself nodding at a thing or two (And if you’re currently doing it, her advice will be very helpful!)
Have you ever wondered about what makes good on-site language learning skills so valuable? If you’ve ever wondered what you’d get out of actually travelling to a place to learn the language, there’s nothing better than to ask someone who has. Today, guest poster Liam Barrett gives us his take on this matter.
The Japanese still have one of the longest life expectancies, probably because in spite of how much they work, they put a big emphasis on health. In the spirit of World Health Day, today we’re exploring 15 expressions in Japanese related to health and sickness.
What do you call the tool that makes learning French as easy as checking your mail? Frantastique.