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 Learn French on Your Own (in Less Than a Year)

Having a rigid classroom structure is a great way to learn French for some people – but its not for everyone. In fact, many people prefer to learn languages entirely on their own. If you’ve dreamed about becoming a fluent, self-taught French speaker, here’s how to learn French on your own. A Guide for Self-Taught …

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Best Way to Learn Spanish from Beginner to Advanced

If you’ve decided you’re going to learn Spanish – congratulations! You’ve taken that first step towards an enormous challenge. You might be feeling overwhelmed with all the information out there and wondering where to start. Well, this article will tell you the best way to learn Spanish, so you’ve come to the right place! Essential …

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How to Say “Hello” in Korean: A Complete Guide

Saying ‘hello’ in Korean should be quite simple as there is one expression that directly translates to the English word ‘hello’. However, as with any expression in Korean, we have to be careful of whether we use the formal or informal language depending on the person we’re speaking to. Moreover, Korean adults often don’t use …

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Learn All the Different Ways of Saying “Thank You” in Korean

‘Thank you’ is one those phrases that makes both the speaker and listener happy. Saying ‘thank you’ to express our gratitude makes us feel happy that we’ve recognized someone’s good deeds, and likewise, being appreciated for your help makes the person being thanked happy. ‘Thank you’ in Korean serves the same purpose, and similar to …

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Make it Happen – “Hacer” Conjugation in Spanish

You might have seen a meme going around that compares “do”, “did”, and “done” in English to Spanish’s seemingly endless number of different forms of their equivalent verb: hacer. At first glance, this can seem extremely daunting and make Spanish seem like the hardest language ever! But don’t let this scare you off. Everything in …

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Spanish Reflexive Verbs: The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need

One of the biggest confusions for Spanish learners is the reflexive. It is a feature of Spanish that’s really different to English, so it is really hard to understand just by translating directly between the languages. So, let’s break down Spanish reflexive verbs and see how they’re used. First thing’s first – what are Spanish …

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