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Lingoda Aug 14
📢Do you want to take part in the ? If not, why not?🤔 Please tell us in the comments, we'd love to hear from you! 😎
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Julie Keaney Aug 12
❤️ grabbing sets of brochures while traveling. This time from my family reunion in Pittsburgh. This year I don’t just want to teach with them, I want to show parents how to incorporate literacy into road trips. let’s do this!
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chocolatecake 6h
"Is consciousness derived from an invisible field that inhabits our universe?" Big Think web — when we move from 3D to 5D it will come into alignment as if it was always visible and in plain sight
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Kasey Jeon Aug 15
I’m thinking about starting vlogging again, but using Korean as much as possible to practice for my trip to Korea. 🤔
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Yana C. Aug 16
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Surf & Unwind Aug 17
Trying to speak another language is constantly sounding like you're asking a question because you never sure if your choice of words make any sense.
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Dr. David Hagstrom 18h
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Bruce Aramayo 22h
I hate it when kanjis are too similar. Like 待, 持, and 特. I know it shouldn't be that hard, but for me that's 🤯.
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David & DanaHagstrom Aug 16
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ksjcub🐝😍|| Aug 13
I have a bucket list and according to that I'm supposed to be fluent in 8 languages by the time I'm 35....... The way I want to learn everything 🙄
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Keith H 20h
I highly recommend the book Ultralearning by Scott Young for any one who wants a good model for
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Climb Aug 12
Many language learning applications promise silver bullets: learn a new language hassle-free by practicing 5 minutes a day. Is it really possible though? We believe that mastering a language is a lot of hard work and commitment. That's why we're creating Climb
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Seabolt Speaks Aug 16
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בן-ארץ Aug 12
Replying to @Trianovitz
It was written with Hebrew letters, sometimes in the unique Rashi script (see image). However, when transliterated it can be easily understood by a Spanish speaker. For example...
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David & DanaHagstrom 20h
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Caroline Hutt 4h
Getting totally trolled by . Thanks for rubbing it in....
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Dr. David Hagstrom Aug 12
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Petra VC 20h
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Arlene Maguire 15h
The Secrets of Learning a New Language 10 minute video - via Ted Talks
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Olly Richards in 🇬🇧 21h
Language Teachers Must Be Language Learners | TROLL 020
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