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2 Crucial Mistakes Beginner  Japanese Learners Make and How to Avoid them

2 Crucial Mistakes Beginner Japanese Learners Make and How to Avoid them

Japanese is not like any other language you might have studied before. Many people struggle even to reach a level where they can hold a very basic conversation after having studied it for three or four years.   Obviously, it’s not their fault.   My name is Luca Toma, and I’m the founder of JapaneseCoaching....
The Compact Guide To Fluency For Struggling Language Learners

The Compact Guide To Fluency For Struggling Language Learners

Face it. You’re a language learner, not a perfectionist. And yet, isn’t fluency all about getting it right? You care about being perceived as intelligent and personable. Just as you are in your mother tongue. And you’re smart enough to know that if you want to be taken seriously, you’ve got to come across as...
3 Reasons Why You're Still an Intermediate Level Language Learner

3 Reasons Why You’re Still an Intermediate Level Language Learner

Note from Luca: Sam is currently one of the TOP 3 finalists in an international Korean speaking contest hosted by Korea’s largest broadcasting company, KBS. Watch him put some his advice to use in his entry video, and be sure to vote to give him a chance to fly to Korea this September! Click here...
The Secret to Developing an Awesome Accent

The Secret to Developing an Awesome Accent

Olly runs I Will Teach You A Language, a website that gives you practical tips and strategies for learning foreign languages. Olly speaks 7 foreign languages and publishes regular articles and videos on language learning from different locations around the world. Connect with him on Twitter,Facebookand Google Plus. “I cook with wine, sometimes I even add it...
How to Think in Another Language without Translating

How to Think in Another Language without Translating

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The development of Australian English - Dan

The development of Australian English – Dan

The Development of Australian English Have you ever wondered where Australian English came from, or what in the world “Scarnon, mate?” means? Well, if you have, you’ve come to the right place! My name is Dan Poole, an Australian and lover of all languages including my own, from Melbourne – Australia’s business and cultural hub....
Quebec French and Metropolitan French -  Sam Gendreau

Quebec French and Metropolitan French – Sam Gendreau

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN QUEBEC FRENCH AND METROPOLITAN FRENCH French is a Romance language spoken as a first language in many countries around the world. Indeed, French is an official language in 29 countries. According to a demographic projection led by the Université Laval and the Réseau Démographie de l’Agence universitaire de la francophonie, French speakers...