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[NEW BOOK PREVIEW] Guerrilla Language Learning, The Book: Chapter 1

[NEW BOOK PREVIEW] Guerrilla Language Learning, The Book: Chapter 1

Wiktor K. October 4, 2014 0

This is a short break from the regular programming, just to tell you one thing: I’m writing something I’ve always wanted to write. The first book (go buy it here!) helped me realise what comes

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#Portuguese365 Update 9 : What I learned by watching 3 Portuguese YouTube Channels

#Portuguese365 Update 9 : What I learned by watching 3 Portuguese YouTube Channels

Wiktor K. September 14, 2014 0

For any language learner, the thought of spending their lessons watching videos can bring about contrasting emotions. Sure, it’s fun, but…shouldn’t I be doing something else? This week I thought about such dilemmas while

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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 Update 1: Input, Input Everywhere

Portuguese 365 Update 1: Input, Input Everywhere

Wiktor K. July 19, 2014 0

This is my first weekly update on my one-year Portuguese learning project. I’m only setting up my workflow right now. There are more interesting things to come, but right now 2 questions on my

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3 reasons why I hate Weird Al’s “Word Crimes” (and 3 videos to watch instead)

3 reasons why I hate Weird Al’s “Word Crimes” (and 3 videos to watch instead)

Wiktor K. July 16, 2014 10

Weird Al Yankovic is here to educate you in the proper use of language. Well, actually, he’s here to sell you his record, but his “Blurred Lines” parody focuses on English and its improper

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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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