- Got big plans for making progress in your target language this year? Download our free New Year's Resolutions eBook and smash your goals.
- We take a look at some of the most common errors language learners make, and how to best approach learning a new language.
- Being able to say "Hi" and greet people properly is one of the first and most important steps to learning a new language. Greetings can vary by formality, time of day, or special situations like answering a phone. In this article, we'll teach you all the most important and popular ways of saying "hello" in Spanish, and when you should use each one.
- The US State Department estimates that 9 million Americans currently live abroad. For the United Kingdom, it’s about 5.5 million, or 10% of the population. These figures demonstrate a widespread desire to live and work abroad. In this […]
- Depending upon where you learn English, there may be a greater tendency to teach a British vs. American accent, or vice versa. However, this may differ from your own personal experience with English, and what you’re most likely […]
- We take a look at some popular but ineffective language-learning approaches, and how you can avoid the ones that waste your time.
- The German language is known for being pretty complicated… so if you just started studying it, don’t get discouraged! Learning the numbers of a language is an important step to being able to use it in everyday life. […]
- A comprehensive guide to passing the Reading and Use of Language Section of the Cambridge B2 First language test, with tips and techniques for getting ready.
- One of the first things we learn when we start studying a language is numbers. Knowing the numbers allows us to talk about dates and times, prices, age, quantities, and more. Learning them might be a bit boring, […]
- In this article (and video), we’ll take a look at the fantastic self-talk technique. You can use it to get started speaking your target language out loud in a way that’s fun, comfortable and, most importantly, highly effective. […]