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How to get started journaling in another language - three steps to get started. Multilingual diaries can be a great way to learn words in another language.
5 Tips on How to Organize Yourself to Learn a Language - Blissogirl | Language Study Organization For Busy Women
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How to Organize Your Notebooks For Learning a Language - Blissogirl | Language Study Organization For Busy Women
Learn how to organize your notebook when studying a foreign language. I'll give you some tips and hacks to achieve your goals!
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The best tips for language learners to learn a foreign language quickly. Follow these study hacks to learn a foreign language faster!
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The 1975 return with their new album, Being Funny In A Foreign Language. The band's 5th studio album was written by Matthew Healy and George Daniel and recorded at Real World Studios in the UK and Electric Lady Studios in NYC. Formed in Manchester in 2002, The 1975 have established themselves as one of the defining bands of their generation with their distinctive aesthetic, ardent fanbase and unique sonic approach. The band was named NME's Band of The Decade and Best Group at the BRIT…
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A few days ago, in my Portuguese class, we were talking about languages – how they are formed and evolve. But the most interesting idea was that at a certain point in time, language is always perfe…
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The image you see here is a visualization (which is obviously not comprehensive) of how a given piece of information in a language might get lodged into your brain. The piece of information could be anything: a vocabulary word, a grammar rule, pronunciation, a character, etc. Every one of those lines emanating from the piece of information connects with one kind of exposure. The more exposures you get, the more connections your brain draws to that piece of information. The more repetitions…
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