For anyone who has been learning languages for a while, you are probably familiar with the Common European Framework Reference: a set of guides for self-determining one’s level in a language. If you are not familiar with it, you can find the Wikipedia entry on it here.
I found this great article on another blog post by a fellow language enthusiast called Eureka Language Bits. Below is the article about using Duolingo to learn two languages at once.
If you have recently tried to learn a new language, you are probably already familiar with Duolingo, the free app that can help you learn as many as fifteen languages if you are an English speaker.…
It’s been a few months, but I haven’t forgotten about this blog!
Hi all I guess it’s been about a month since I posted here. My apologies. The last few weeks I’ve been working through personal struggles.
I’m sitting here writing this in a McDonald’s after quite the productive day of language study.
Hi all, my apologies I’m posting this 4 days late. I’ve had a pretty interesting week. I decided to let go of the IT job I started back in October to pursue my language studies as more than a hobby. I want to improve my multilingual abilities while researching and considering ways I can use these abilities for a career.
This past week I didn’t do much language study again. I had my Spanish class last week Monday, which I believe I mentioned in last week’s MLJ update. Apart from that, I mostly used French, Spanish, or Portuguese whenever I could with friends via text, Facebook, Whatsapp, Hangouts, or Skype.