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Let It Slide: Transparent Language SlideShares Among the Top 1% Posted by on Jan 27, 2014 in Company News, Language Learning

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The nice folks at SlideShare sent us an e-mail last week with our Year in Review stats—as is turns out, our presentations were among the top 1% of the most-viewed content on the site. Pretty nifty, huh? Just in case you’ve missed out, here’s a few of our most popular SlideShares from 2013.

6 Must-Know Tips for Giving a Presentation in a Foreign Language

Testing, testing… is this thing on? Whether it’s for school, work, or a personal interest, public speaking skills set an excellent presentation apart from a decent one. But presenting in your second or third language? That’s intimidating for even the best public speakers. Calm your nerves and ace your presentation with these 6 must-know tips.

5 Benefits of Bilingualism for your Brains

Braiiiiins! The season finale of The Walking Dead had zombies on our mind, and what better way to prepare for the eventual zombie apocalypse than learning another language? No, seriously. This presentation gives 5 darn good reasons why bilingualism prepares your brain for a zombie invasion.

7 Ways to Develop Good Language Learning Habits

We sure do like making lists, huh? But this one is a must-read for any serious language learner. There are a million excuses to avoid or give up on language learning, but not if you really work it in to your daily routine. These 7 habits will keep you on the right track towards your language goals.

The State of Foreign Languages in the U.S.

The U.S. Census released its data on language use in the U.S., and it’s an eye-opener for sure. Lucky for you, we combed through it and shared the highlights in this presentation!

10 Stages of Language Learning: How to Get Started and Keep Going

D’oh, another list! But it’s okay, because this one was put together by Alex Rawlings, a young hyperpolyglot whose mission it is to prove that anyone can learn a language. Upon hearing that the 21-year-old taught himself 11 languages, we asked him for his secret, and this presentation is the result.

For the Slideshare fans among us, there’s a lot more where those came from! Follow our channel to keep up with our upcoming presentations in 2014 and beyond!

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