Language Learning

Articles on the best and fastest ways to learn a language from beginner to advanced. We explore strategies, resources, timelines, and more.

How to Say “Happy Birthday” in Spanish – Useful Phrases and Traditions

So that special day is coming up for that Spanish speaker you love, and you’re not quite sure of the best way to wish them a special day? Or is it that you will need to navigate having your birthday in a Spanish-speaking environment for the first time this year? Never fear, Clozemaster is here …

How to Say “Happy Birthday” in Spanish – Useful Phrases and TraditionsRead More »

All You Need to Know about the Swedish Alphabet

Perhaps Maria von Trapp said it best: “When you read you begin with A, B, C.” Learning to read and write in any language begins with the basic building blocks of letters and their sounds. English speakers learning Swedish will find that the Swedish alphabet contains many familiar, recognizable friends, three new acquaintances, and a …

All You Need to Know about the Swedish AlphabetRead More »

C’est vs. Il est: When and How to Use Them in French

Sometimes French learners get frustrated when they encounter two very similar expressions that are difficult to distinguish. C’est vs. il est is a common example of this. The two phrases mitght seem similar; however, each of them has distinct rules about when and how it should be used. These two expressions do not need to …

C’est vs. Il est: When and How to Use Them in FrenchRead More »

100+ Common German Phrases and Expressions to Sound Like a Native Speaker

Whether you are learning German “just because” or because you are planning to visit — or move to — Germany, getting familiar with some of the basics of German language is not only helpful in day-to-day life, but can also enhance your experience in a plethora of ways. In this blog post I’d like to …

100+ Common German Phrases and Expressions to Sound Like a Native SpeakerRead More »

The Essential Guide to French Prepositions

Prepositions are an important part of learning any language. They link two elements of a sentence together. In English, we use prepositions such as on, with, and to very frequently. These little words serve a big purpose in making sentences more meaningful and thoughts more complete. When learning French, prepositions are essential to your fluency. Without …

The Essential Guide to French PrepositionsRead More »

Ready to get fluent faster?

Try Clozemaster – over 50 languages and thousands of sentences to help you take your language learning to the next level.

“Clozemaster is THE best app to learn a language after Duolingo.”

Play >