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How To Learn The Turkish Language

April 20, 2015
Turkish
Today we have a guest post by my friend Aaron Myers of the Everyday Language Learner blog on his experience with the Turkish language.

How To Learn Grammar Easily And Enjoyably

April 07, 2015
Grammar study can be enjoyable. If you're learning foreign language grammar then keep reading. This will help you.

Learning To Speak Arabic But Can't Find Resources? Here's Your Answer

November 20, 2014
Arabic
Most resources are geared toward teaching you Modern Standard Arabic, a literary language that no person anywhere on earth speaks as a first, native language.

How To Start Learning Russian

October 23, 2014
Russian
I have fallen irrevocably in love with the Russian language. For me, it's the first and so far only language that I have truly loved.

7 Questions You Have To Ask Before Buying A Language Product

September 25, 2014
Are you considering buying a book, audio series or software package to help you learn a language? Here are 7 serious questions you need to ask first.

How To Improve Your Foreign Language Comprehension

August 30, 2014
Have you ever tried to converse with a native speaker of your target language but found that despite being able to speak pretty well you can barely catch a word of what he/she says?

How To Become a Freelance Translator and Earn Money On The Road

November 10, 2013
So you want to be a translator? There's a lot more to being a translator than just knowing a language really well.

How To Succeed At Learning A Foreign Language

January 23, 2013
To learn a language, it's crucial that you're always driven to succeed no matter what and ensure that you always stay interested in what you're doing.

How To Install Learning With Texts On Your Own Computer

July 04, 2012
Here you'll find a brief, straightforward how-to for installing Learning With Texts on your own computer or laptop.

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