6 Polish Words You’ll Struggle To Pronounce (If You’re Not Polish)
Don’t let those consonant clusters get you down.
Why Do Some Languages Have A Formal ‘You’?
In Spanish it’s ‘tú’ and ‘usted,’ in French ‘tu’ and ‘vous,’ and that’s just the start.
All In The Language Family: The Uralic Languages
The Uralic Language family might not be as well known as some of its neighbors, but it does boast some interesting linguistic features.
How To Talk About Free Time In Norwegian
Spend some of your free time learning how to talk about your free time in Norwegian.
How To Pull Off An International Vacation From Home
With the right online resources and a bit of imagination, you can travel virtually anywhere in the world…virtually. Here, we take you on a digital vacation to Italy to show you how it’s done.
How To Use The News To Learn A New Language
Keeping up with current events can be educational in more ways than one.
How People Commemorate Memorial Day Around The World
Memorial Day differs quite a bit depending on what country you’re in.
All In The Language Family: The Celtic Languages
The Celtic languages are pretty much only found in the British Isles today, but were at one point spoken throughout Europe.
5 TV Shows You Can Stream To Help You Learn Norwegian
From holiday rom-coms to Scandinavian noir, we’ve got a wide range of Norwegian TV shows to supplement your studies.
Naming The Parts Of The Body In Polish
From your głowa down to your toe, the parts of the body are important to know.
How To Talk About Free Time In Portuguese
Spend some free time learning how to talk about your free time.
What Are The Most Spoken Languages In The U.S.?
Exploring America’s most common languages and the geography and culture of the people who speak them.
You’ve Really Knocked It Outta The Park: Encouraging Words From Around The World
Uninspired and in need of some motivation? We could all use a little encouragement from time to time, especially when trying to learn a new language. And often, a friend’s small words of encouragement are exactly what we need to put the wind back in our sails.
8 Books To Help You Learn English
From classic children’s literature to Hemingway, there’s something on here for English learners of all skill levels.