Image of a woman with a backpack approaching a train turnstile. For MosaLingua blog "Where to Start?" page.If you want to learn a language quickly and efficiently, but aren’t sure where to start, you’ve come to the right place! On this page, you’ll find all kinds of advice, resources, and technology that can help you progress in your foreign language study. You can also become a member of our free learning club and receive exclusive tips and resources every week.

This page will explain where to start as you navigate our blog. We’ll point out a handful of articles you might find interesting and useful as you embark.

If you’re new to MosaLingua, we’re the creators of a language-learning method (for English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, German, French, Russian, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Arabic) available for smartphones and tablets (Apple and Android) and computers.

Where to start: Your to-do list

Welcome! To make sure you get off on the right foot and take full advantage of all our tools and techniques, here are a few things you can do right off the bat:

  1. Subscribe to our newsletter
  2. Download our app for Android / iPhone
  3. Explore our YouTube channel and subscribe
  4. Follow us on Instagram
  5. Read our About Us page


What you’ll find on this page

Motivation and organization

A clipboard with a pen and reading glasses sit on a wooden surface.Here at MosaLingua, we believe that strong motivation and good organization are the key to successful language learning. In the list below, you’ll find shortcuts to a few of our articles that offer tips to help you stay motivated to accomplish your goals, and advice on how and where to start in order to set yourself up for success:


Reading and listening skills

A woman with white hair adjusts headphones over her ears. For MosaLingua's "Where to Start" blog page.Next, we have two pillars of language learning: reading skills and listening skills. That is, understanding what a person (or a text) is telling you. Below, you can find a few blog highlights to walk you through improving these important skills:


Speaking and practicing a language

Image of two speech bubbles cut out of white paper sitting on a wooden surface. MosaLingua "Where to Start" blog page.We’ve almost made it to the end! If you’re learning a language, it’s almost certainly in order to speak, and fluency in a variety of contexts is the ideal. That’s why we’ve written a bunch of articles to help you find ways to practice your target language aloud:


Learn a language quickly

Photo of a painted lane on a running track. The number "1" is stenciled in the lane.Learning or even mastering a language is not something you can do in a matter of weeks. But there are methods that can help you memorize, understand, and speak as quickly as possible. It’s essential that you use useful tools that will teach you what you need to know to get by during your travels, for example. Here are a few tips to help you optimize your learning:


Innovative language learning methods

Image of a human head in profile with a Fibonacci shell placed over the cranium. For innovative learning methods section of MosaLingua "Where to Start" blog page.We know it – trying to learn a language from a book just isn’t very effective! MosaLingua loves to explore and study experimental methods to make language learning fun and efficient. Here are a few that we’ve tested and approved:


Learn a language differently

Learning a language doesn’t have to be an academic activity. You can have fun while also improving your skills. Movies, TV shows, and podcasts are all great ways to relax and immerse yourself in your target language at the same time.


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Getting started: Our video resources

Below, you can find a list of videos that can help you navigate your learning path. In addition to providing information, our videos offer inspiration and entertainment:


Where to start: List of free language-learning resources

At MosaLingua, our mission is to make language learning accessible to all. So that’s why we’ve curated a list of free resources you can use to help you learn the language of your dreams:

English Spanish Italian German Portuguese
French Russian Japanese Chinese


Our YouTube videos

You can find all kinds of language-learning content in a variety of languages on our YouTube channel. It’s free and open to all!

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Conversation guides

Our conversation guides are written by native speakers to help you learn the essentials of your target language. Learn how to greet people, ask for directions/other information, introduce yourself, and other useful phrases. And they’re free!

Portuguese Guide

Spanish Guide

Italian Guide

German Guide

Russian Guide

Chinese Guide


Our podcast for language learners

Another free resource we offer is the MosaLingua Language Lab podcast. Listen for interviews, reflections, and tips. (The Language Lab podcast is in English.)


The MosaLingua newsletter

All you have to do to subscribe to our free monthly newsletter (news, sales, and all kinds of useful info) is provide your email address via this online form.


All our language courses

We invite you to explore all of MosaLingua’s course offerings:

  • MosaLingua Premium: Learn vocabulary and grammar + immerse yourself in your target language and practice using a variety of resources.
  • MosaSeries: Improve your listening and reading comprehension with an engaging story in your target language.
  • MosaSpeak: Improve your speaking skills, confidence, accent, and fluency.
  • MosaTraining: Learn any language independently quickly with advice from polyglots.

There are so many great tools out there to help you along as you work toward your language goals, but it can be overwhelming. We hope this guide provided some direction so you know where you start your language study. Plus, you can try out MosaLingua Premium for free with a 15-day trial! Why not give it a shot?

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