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#Portuguese365 Update 3: Getting Real

#Portuguese365 Update 3: Getting Real

Wiktor K. August 2, 2014 0

How important is authentic language practice? When you’re a beginner learner, does it make sense to try some more advanced foreign language materials? Here are two perspectives on this. I’m currently trying to find

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Portuguese 365 – Launching a Year-Long Learning Project!

Portuguese 365 – Launching a Year-Long Learning Project!

Wiktor K. July 14, 2014 2

The World Cup 2014 finished but my reasons to be excited about Brazil and Portugal are only just building up. My recent trip to Porto confirmed what I felt long ago: here is a

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Design Your Polyglot Holiday (Hangout Video from Guerrilla Language Learning)

Design Your Polyglot Holiday (Hangout Video from Guerrilla Language Learning)

Wiktor K. June 21, 2014 0

Guys, this is a very quick post while I’m in Portugal preparing for my next big adventure I realized I never shared this with you. So, just in time for your holidays: 21 minutes

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Guerrilla Language Learning Update: German Learning Habit Revived With 7 Apps

Guerrilla Language Learning Update: German Learning Habit Revived With 7 Apps

Wiktor K. June 6, 2014 1

For the past few days, I’ve been learning German again, and this time more new elements have fallen into place. This is just a quick re-cap of how I’m doing. Remember – my goal

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Open Invitation: Join Our Hangout and Design Your Language Holiday.

Open Invitation: Join Our Hangout and Design Your Language Holiday.

Wiktor K. March 29, 2014 0

This idea came to me as I spent a longer weekend in a most beautiful, tri-lingual part of the world. How can these moments happen more often for all language learners? Let’s find out!

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Two kinds of free: the price(s) of free language learning

Two kinds of free: the price(s) of free language learning

Wiktor K. October 6, 2013 0

Free foreign language learning is either a worthy ideal or a cheap trick played on customers – depending on who you ask. But isn’t there another way of looking at language learners – and

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