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“Boo!” Heard Around the World: An International Look at Halloween Posted by on Oct 31, 2014


Take break from searching for the perfect costume and step away from the candy (or come share with us!) to see what other cultures around the world are doing this Halloween. The American way of celebrating Halloween made its way to Denmark in the late 90s, though many Danes claim it is just another example…

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7 Tips for Learning Multiple Languages Simultaneously Posted by on Oct 29, 2014

Oh, hey! Nice to meet you. I’m not from around here. My name’s Lindsay and I blog over at Lindsay Does Languages, make language videos over on my YouTube channel, and teach languages via Skype. Phew. Today, however, I’m here on the Transparent Language blog to share some tips about learning multiple languages simultaneously. Over…

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6 Ways a Foreign Language Can Further Your Career Posted by on Oct 27, 2014

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What can you do to increase your chances of landing a job in the new, globalized economy? Motivation and experience certainly help, but being bilingual can give you a clear advantage over other candidates. The ability to speak a second language has become a valuable asset as our society becomes increasingly diverse in the 21st…

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How to Determine Your Language Proficiency Level Posted by on Oct 22, 2014

You’ve heard the mantra: How can you know where you’re going if you don’t know where you’ve been? Cliché as it may be, this concept applies perfectly to learning a language. Knowing where you stand will help you set realistic goals, identify the resources that are best-suited for your level, and measure your progress over…

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10 More Problems Only a Language Lover Will Understand Posted by on Oct 20, 2014

I’ve got 99 problems and learning a language ain’t one… but these 10 things are. (So are these 10 things from the first post, in case you missed it.) 1. When you think of the right word… immediately after using the wrong one. One day it will just come out naturally… right? 2. When you…

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