Using social media actively to learn a foreign language Posted by on Nov 2, 2020 in For Learners, Learning + Usage Tips

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Maintaining a language over time involves more than holding on to what you already know. Languages are constantly changing, and you need to keep up to stay current and use the language with others. In German, for example, Hamsterkauf (literally “hamster buying”) showed up recently to describe pandemic-induced panic buying, as did “Coronaspeck” as a…

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“Practice” the language skills you need most with Transparent Language Online Posted by on Oct 19, 2020 in For Learners, For Libraries, Learning + Usage Tips

If you want to improve a specific skill, you shouldn’t have to sit through an entire language course to practice the parts you need most. Make custom listening, speaking, reading, or writing lessons in seconds with the Practice activities in Transparent Language Online. It’s as easy as this: Pick a learning activity. There are 28…

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Only have 10 minutes to spend on language learning today? Refresh your Learned Vocab. Posted by on Oct 6, 2020 in For Learners, Learning + Usage Tips

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As you probably know, language learning takes time and effort. Some days you’ll only have 10 minutes to spare, but you can make those 10 minutes count with Learned Vocab refresh. Refresh your learned vocab. Research consistently shows that proficiency levels increase in tandem with vocabulary size.1,2,3 In fact, of all factors contributing to language…

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13 Asian Languages You Can Learn with Transparent Language Online Posted by on Sep 14, 2020 in Learning Material Updates

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Here at Transparent Language, we believe in the value of every language, regardless of the number of speakers, the economic value, or otherwise. That’s why we offer 100 languages in Transparent Language Online and continue to add new ones each year. For those interested in learning Asian languages, we currently offer courses and learning materials in 13 languages! Cambodian (Khmer)…

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Learn French With Transparent Language Online Posted by on Sep 8, 2020 in For Educators, For Learners, For Libraries, Learning Material Updates

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French is the third most-taught language in schools, and the fifth most spoken language in American homes. The US has a strong connection to the French language coming from all directions, be it the Franco-American settlers of New England and Maine to the Cajun and Houma speakers in Louisiana. 1.3 million people speak French in the…

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Learn Spanish with Transparent Language Online Posted by on Aug 31, 2020 in For Educators, For Learners, For Libraries, Learning Material Updates

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Spanish isn’t only the second most spoken language in the US after English, it’s also the most taught language in US schools. With Transparent Language Online, Spanish teachers, Spanish students, and even libraries have access to excellent Spanish resources for all levels. Beginner Spanish Courses The Essentials Course 30+ hours of Spanish learning organized into…

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The #1 Tool for Remote Language Teaching: A Library Card! Posted by on Aug 27, 2020 in For Educators, For Libraries

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We’re less than a week away from the beginning of September, and you know what that means! Back to school! Or stay-at-home school! Or hybrid school! Or… this used to be a lot more straight forward, didn’t it? Wherever your kids or students find themselves come September, the Unsung Superheroes of the Pandemic have got you…

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