How to Learn a Language with Movies and Series ?

The worst part of learning a language is being bored, but what if you didn't have to be? By using movies to learn a language, you can throw boredom out the window and instead learn a language while sitting back and relaxing on the couch with your favorite movie!How to Learn a Language with … [Read more...]

Comparing Duolingo and MosaLingua: what is the best app to learn a language?

Duolingo is a very popular app that you most certainly know. Today we decided to write this article comparing Dueling and MosaLingua, because we recently discovered that many of our users have been also trying Duolingo. Many of you actually use MosaLingua at the same time as Duolingo, or have used … [Read more...]

The Importance of Body Language for Communication

Not long ago, we talked about the different hand gestures used by Italians and Brazilians when they communicate. It's a well-known fact: many people from Italy, Brazil, France, even the United States and England use their hands during conversation. When we speak, our mouth is not the only body part … [Read more...]

5 Simple Habits to Help You Remember Vocab

How many times have you read a book and then a few weeks later forgotten the most important points?If you are anything like me, you have probably studied vocabulary diligently only to forget it a few weeks later.  Psychologists post that memories slowly disappear during the time that they are … [Read more...]

13 Spanish Slang Words to Speak Like a Latin American (Video)

Holidays are no longer a dream and if you are planning a few days in the sun, why not head to the Spanish-speaking countries? If so then what are you waiting for? Learn Spanish right away with our five super smart tricks and you will see that you will soon be able to navigate your language skills to … [Read more...]

How to Pronounce the /R/ Sound | American English Pronunciation (Video)

We continue our series of videos on the American English Pronunciation. Today, Sean of the American English Academy returns to a hard-to-read English alphabet letter for many non-English speakers: the sound R. In this video, he gives you ideas for exercises, to repeat at home , As well as many tips … [Read more...]

No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti: 6 Telenovelas You Won’t be Able to Live Without

No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti: 6 Telenovelas You Won't be Able to Live Without Admit it, you're guilty of binge watching a TV show. Friends, Breaking Bad, Dr. Who... We've all done it at some point or another. And with the advent of Netflix, it's even easier to *accidentally* watch an entire series in one … [Read more...]

Make Your Home a Language Learning Haven – The Best Ways to Learn Language at Home

Apps like MosaLingua are encouraging more and more adults and children to stray away from traditional language classes, and instead pursue learning from the comfort of their own home. If you don't already do any work from home, you may have trouble visualizing how your living space could help you be … [Read more...]

10 Popular American English Slang Words

When native speakers talk, they sound very natural because they use slang! The definition of slang according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary:a type of language that consists of words and phrases that are regarded as very informal, are more common in speech than writing, and are typically … [Read more...]

Vote For Us For The Top 100 Language Lovers 2017

We have some good news! We're in the running to be the top language learning bloggers of 2017! We're currently in fourth place in a list of translators, linguists, interpreters, translators and many others who are in the running for The Language Lovers 2o17.  We would be so extremely grateful if you … [Read more...]