Every month I keep my eyes peeled for great articles about language learning.
When the month ends, I make a selection of the best links I’ve found.
Here’s my selection from June 2018.
As you might know:
In the language learning community, there’s a lot of discussion about the merit (or lack thereof) of traditional learning methods.
One such debate, is about language learning textbooks.
Do they have their place in the modern language learner’s toolkit? Or are they merely a waste of time?
In this post we try to answer these questions.
Do you find it hard to keep your attention and stay awake while studying?
Have you ever wondered how you can solve this problem and become more energized, focused, and motivated while practicing a language (without consuming an overdose of caffeine and sugar)?
In this post, you’ll find 9 energy-boosting rituals that you can use to become a better language learner.
Duolingo, Babbel, Memrise – there are almost as many language learning apps out there as there are languages themselves.
However, these slick applications aren’t the only way to learn a language with your mobile phone. There are dozens of non-language learning applications which can help you learn your target language as well as assimilate the culture of its native speakers.
This article is a list of nine of my favorites – some of which you’ve definitely never heard of.
I’m the CEO, Account Executive and Quality Control Coordinator of Smart Language Learner…
Then I always wake up and realize I’m just an average guy with a website about language learning…