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Beef up your vocab 🐄 Posted by on Jan 19, 2024 in For Learners, New in Learned Vocab

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If your 2024 goal is to improve your proficiency, vocab is the way. Proficiency levels have consistently been shown to increase in tandem with vocabulary size.1, 2, 3 And studies show that of all factors contributing to language proficiency, vocabulary size is by far the single most significant factor.4, 5, 6 In most cases, you’re looking…

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Only have 10 minutes to spend on language today? Refresh your Learned Vocab. Posted by on Jun 24, 2020 in For Learners, New in Learned Vocab

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During acquisition training, you spent day after day focused solely on language. But now you’re on the job, expected to focus full-time on the mission at hand—while still maintaining proficiency. Obviously you don’t have 40+ hours a week for language anymore, but let’s say you can carve out 10 minutes each day to dedicate to…

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New in the CL-150: Daily Refresher Browser Notifications Posted by on Oct 23, 2019 in For Learners, For Program Managers, New in Learned Vocab

Your inbox is overflowing and your phone is buzzing all day long. We dislike unwanted communication too, but we love that today’s tech is so good at getting us the gentle reminders, nudges, notifications that we do want. For language professionals trying to maintain proficiency on the job, that should include the Daily Refresher—now available…

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New in the CL-150: Add and Edit Learned Vocab Posted by on Apr 3, 2019 in For Learners, New in Learned Vocab

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You can now add new words and phrases—or edit existing words and phrases—in the Learned Vocab Management dashboard. The CL-150 Platform provides full-stack support for language programs: instructors create lessons, linguists learn and review material, and program managers track and report on that learning—all from directly within the CL-150. But language is everywhere—you come across…

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