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Archive for July, 2016

Do you know “Which is English?” Posted by on Jul 27, 2016

Do you remember Which is English?, our fast and fun English proficiency game for both learners and native speakers alike? Last year, we challenged you to play the game and compare your score to your fellow competitors. To celebrate the release of our newest version of the game, we pulled together the following list of…

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Thinking Outside the Box Posted by on Jul 20, 2016

The farther from home you roam, the more you realize your perspective on the world is a very small and limited one. You just didn’t notice, since at home you’re surrounded by people, ideas and perspectives more or less the same as yours. And there’s nothing quite like language learning to throw you in that particular…

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Globalization, Brexit, and Linguistic Diversity Posted by on Jul 13, 2016

It’s been a short two weeks since the Brits portmanteau’d their way out of the EU with the shocking Brexit vote. But while economists, investors, and world leaders scramble to do damage control, language lovers around the world have different concerns. Whether the UK is or isn’t part of the EU, whether students are electing to learn…

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Silencing The Auto-Correct in Your Head Posted by on Jul 11, 2016

Do you ever feel like your brain is getting in the way of your language learning? You’re not the only one. “Overthinking it” is one of the major obstacles, in my opinion, to learning a language. It’s probably one of the major obstacles to learning anything. Sometimes it just feels like the more you know, the…

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Teach Language Asynchronously (Free eBook) Posted by on Jul 6, 2016

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Language teachers, add the free Teach Language Asynchronously eBook to your reading list! We live in a digital world that allows our students to access information 24/7. Today’s young learners are digital natives, accustomed to and excited by researching, discovering, and learning online. Why not use all of this to your advantage by teaching your…

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