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Tips and strategies to help you learn a language in the most effective way possible.

To New Beginnings – 7 Ways To Jump-Start Your Language Learning After A Long Break

Learning a second language can be one of the most enjoyable and rewarding experiences you can have. The first time you find yourself having a real conversation with a native speaker can be truly magical. It’s the moment that you realize all your hard work has paid off. However, reaching this level of fluency requires …

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The Best Way to Improve Your Grammar in a Foreign Language

When it comes to working on individual competencies, grammar is hardly the favorite of most learners. Many of us have been traumatized by the standard teaching approach in foreign language classes, where we were made to believe that communication can’t happen without flawless grammar—and that the best way to learn it is to slog through …

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12+ Effective Ways To Learn a New Language From Your Smartphone

Whether you’re traveling abroad or jet setting for business, there are many reasons why you might need to learn a new language. But when you have things to do and people to meet, hauling around stacks of grammar books is far from convenient. That’s why we’ve created this guide for how to learn a new language …

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Does Learning Vocabulary First Help When You Learn a Language With Grammatical Cases?

When I learned Spanish I started by learning the 600 or so most common nouns, adjectives, and verbs in the language. I did this by spending a painstaking amount of hours making my own digital flashcards (I didn’t know about Clozemaster then). Vocabulary first worked great with Spanish I was completely new to language learning …

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How Cloze Tests Help You Learn A Language 5x Faster

There’s no easy way to put this – learning a new language is tough. It requires dedication, hard work, and lots of free time to learn all the vocabulary and grammar needed to become fluent. Unfortunately, many people who begin learning a new language give up when things start to get challenging. Ask them why …

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They Speak Too Fast! 6 Active Listening Exercises for Learning a Language

Are you struggling to keep up with native speakers? You’re not alone! This is a common challenge for many language learners – even those who’ve been studying for years. Fortunately, exposing yourself to native speakers through active listening exercises can greatly improve your abilities. If you’d like to better understand fast-paced conversation in your language, …

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The Problem With Single-Word Flashcards: Why Context Is Critical In Language Learning

From pre-schoolers learning first-language vocabulary through to medical students memorizing anatomical terms, flashcards have been an integral part of education for hundreds of years. One of the first recorded uses of flashcards was in Favell Lee Mortimer’s book Reading Disentangled (1834), which came with a set of picture flashcards that were used to teach basic …

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Four Reasons Learning Lots of Vocabulary is the Key to Fluency

When you decide to start studying a foreign language, it’s usually because of a dream. You may be a literature student who dreams of reading original Russian copies of Dostoevsky’s famous literary works. You may be an importer who dreams of haggling with a feisty Moroccan carpet seller in perfect Arabic. Or you may simply …

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