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How to Not Mix Up your Languages

When people find out I’m learning multiple languages, one of the first questions they ask me is, “You don’t get confused?” Even my English professor asked me that. In front of the whole class. I may be learning multiple languages at the same time, but all my levels are different. I studied Spanish for 3…

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A Language Geek’s “Winter Break” List

I’m nearing the end of my fall semester and I don’t have any plans for an extravagant winter trip out of the country. At first, I was really not okay with sitting at home all day and not seeing more of the world (haha) but I’m slowly compiling a list of things I would like…

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How to Learn to Like a Language

Beyond high school or maybe even university, there’s a small margin of chance you’ll end up studying a language you don’t really like. Maybe you have to relocate for work, maybe you want to learn a little bit before you go traveling, maybe your significant other has a different first language…whatever it may be, you…