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UPCOMING! High Frequency Words, Deaf Events, Podcast, and a special gift for you

UPCOMING! High Frequency Words, Deaf Events, Podcast, and a special gift for you

Hello everybody, this is Chris, I just wanted to put out a video real quick just to give you some updates to what you can look forward to in the month of March and also beyond. Before I get into Read more…


7 Best Ways to Learn a Language Fast [2020]

7 Best Ways to Learn a Language Fast [2020]

Some things don’t change from one year to the next or even from one decade To the next but language learning is something that should change especially if you haven’t reached Your fluency goal yet. So if you’re learning a Read more…


Language training options for newcomers to Canada

Language training options for newcomers to Canada

♪ ♪ ♪ Bienvenue au Canada! Welcome to Canada! Canadians welcome newcomers in both of our official languages: English and French. The department of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s Settlement Program can help you learn one or both of Canada’s Read more…


How to Smash Your Fear of Speaking a Foreign Language (Forever)

How to Smash Your Fear of Speaking a Foreign Language (Forever)

Are you afraid of speaking your target language? The mere idea of having a conversation with a native speaker scares the hell out of you? Are you afraid that people will not understand you or you will not understand them? Read more…


Why You Should Take a Language Proficiency Test

Why You Should Take a Language Proficiency Test

I have here a bunch of language tests or language exams: TOEFL IBT, Réussir le DAF this is for French – El cronometro C1, Cronometro c2, and I also have IELTS and ZOB, which is a German test for C2, Read more…


Language Goals for 2020? | Update on my Georgian project | Dealing with frustration

Language Goals for 2020? | Update on my Georgian project | Dealing with frustration

hi guys this is Stefano and you’re watching linguaEpassione – lang ist es her as they say in German right, which means long time no see I know it’s a late start of this new year but guess what in Read more…


When are you fluent in a language? [Polyglot opinion]

When are you fluent in a language? [Polyglot opinion]

How to Measure Progress in Language Learning

How to Measure Progress in Language Learning

If you’ve been learning a language for some time do you happen to ask yourself questions such as what level am I at? Am I actually making progress? When am I gonna reach the next level? Am i improving my Read more…


Maintaining multiple languages at the same time | Which to learn, schedules, pronunciation etc

Maintaining multiple languages at the same time | Which to learn, schedules, pronunciation etc

Hi everyone a question that polyglots usually get asked probably the most is: How do you maintain? How do you keep up speaking? 5 or 8 or 10 languages and people also generally tend to ask when should you learn Read more…


12 languages for 2020 | New year language goals, diary, resources & plans | #polyglot

12 languages for 2020 | New year language goals, diary, resources & plans | #polyglot