After finally finding a grammar book that I can actually recommend, I’ve finished a Hungarian book reviews section. Just because not many people study it, doesn’t mean it shouldn’t get some love. For those of you who might be shopping around for a new language, Hungarian is not as hard as everyone says. I think it’s just […]
I’ve finished the Modern Hebrew book reviews/resources section! That means we currently have resource pages for the top 11 modern languages studied in the US (4 of the top 15 languages are American Sign Language, Ancient Greek, Ancient Hebrew and Latin). Eventually, I might include those, but not before I really have good recommendations for the main […]
Just a brief notice that I’ve added a Portuguese section with a pile of book reviews and free websites to the Language Resource pages. Hebrew’s next!
Just a short post that should prove useful if you’ve had trouble finding good pictures for prepositions (on, over, between) or directions (up, down, top, bottom). I found a lovely image of 29 prepositions in English on a language learning site for French students of English, Angloxchange. It has a bunch of English labels on […]
I wrote an article for Benny at Fluentin3Months.com about the opera singer perspective and what it has to offer to the language learning community. Check it out! Dropping Barriers: What opera singers study, and how it can help you learn languages easier There’s another guest post in the works, and I’ll post a link here as soon […]
Pretty self explanatory. What a neat language! Resources for learning Thai.
I’ve written a base vocabulary list of 400 words. You can dump these into Anki right at the beginning to give you some words to play with. This will give you some time to start learning grammar and checking words off of your target language’s frequency list. Minor cosmetic updates, and added Harry Potter […]
Resources for learning Korean are now uploading! I’ve also added a new French pronunciation course and made a few other small changes to the language pages. Enjoy!