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Dylan Lyons
Dylan is a senior content producer, overseeing video and podcast projects for the U.S. team. He studied journalism at Ithaca College and previously managed social media for CBS News. He’s currently pursuing his MBA part-time at NYU Stern. His interests include podcasts, puppies, politics, alliteration, reading, writing, and dessert. Dylan lives in New York City.
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How To Use Video Chatting To Practice A New Language

How To Use Video Chatting To Practice A New Language

You don’t have to leave your home to fine-tune your speaking skills in another language.
8 Must-See Foreign Films Of The 21st Century

8 Must-See Foreign Films Of The 21st Century

What’s your favorite foreign-language film?
What Are The Differences Between American And British English?

What Are The Differences Between American And British English?

Are the Brits and Americans really “separated by a common language”? How different are these two versions of English, actually?
Quiz: Can You Guess Which Celebrities Speak Another Language?

Quiz: Can You Guess Which Celebrities Speak Another Language?

Talk about star power! Some of your favorite celebrities can add second (and even fifth) language skills to their list of talents.
Naming The Parts Of The Body In French

Naming The Parts Of The Body In French

If you’re learning the language of love, you’ll want to be able to talk about the body.
7 US Athletes Who Speak Another Language

7 US Athletes Who Speak Another Language

Get inspired by the legends of the sports world who speak more than one language!
42 Things You Can Do In 5 Minutes To Improve Your Language Skills

42 Things You Can Do In 5 Minutes To Improve Your Language Skills

Much like a baguette, language learning is easier to handle if you break it into pieces.
How Many People Speak Spanish, And Where Is It Spoken?

How Many People Speak Spanish, And Where Is It Spoken?

You might know Spanish, but do you KNOW Spanish?
Quiz: How Well Do You Know French Animal Names?

Quiz: How Well Do You Know French Animal Names?

‘Le porc’ means pig, but they’re not all that easy.