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Today was an eventful day, in a way. I played hockey this morning and we lost. Then I stopped for a dim sum brunch on my way back home. Once home I was able to leave my hockey equipment out in the sun to dry, since we play again tomorrow and the n...Read more Five days to fluency in Czech, progress report #3 – happening!
After my recent post about Esperanto, I received a number of comments, many from irate Esperanto enthusiasts, berating me for not considering Esperanto an important language to learn. This has caused me to reflect on my motivation for learning lan...Read more Why I am unlikely to learn Esperanto.
I was sent this very interesting article written by Michael Krauss in which he describes his own linguistic journey or journeys. Very interesting reading indeed! This comes from an intriguing travel related blog called view from the pier. Thank yo...Read more About a wonderful linguist – Michael Krauss
Russian is an international language, used in the post-Soviet space as a lingua franca. Russia has rich literature, and has demonstrated genius and excellence in science, music, dance, and many other fields. Perhaps this genius and striving for pe...Read more Why learn Russian?
Listen only as often as you want, see thread on our LingQ forum .Your brain requires two things in order to learn a language. One is repetition, in order to groove the connections between neurons in your brains, and the other is interest, or a cha...Read more How often should we listen to the same content?
Listen to the podcast of this post. Any comments? Have you studied English for many years? Are you still afraid to speak English? Please study this and repeat it to yourself daily. I can be FLUENT in English. My goal is to be FLUENT. My goal is no...Read more An English Learner’s Manifesto