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The Multilingual Is The Political: How Language Learners Can Make a Difference

The Multilingual Is The Political: How Language Learners Can Make a Difference

Wiktor K. May 26, 2014 4

There is no way I could write a different post today. The election results made me angry, frustrated and motivated at the same time. The thing I know best – foreign languages – turns

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English (Spanish, Chinese…) as a Magical Language

English (Spanish, Chinese…) as a Magical Language

Wiktor K. May 24, 2014 0

Bilingual motivations have evolved, as foreign languages became more and more mainstream things to do and use. With some languages, though, curious side effects can be seen. This post is a curious look at

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How to Talk Back at Chris Lonsdale Fluently in Six Points

How to Talk Back at Chris Lonsdale Fluently in Six Points

Wiktor K. March 11, 2014 7

Every time someone claims to have found a new method for learning a language, I pause and listen intently. It’s not unusual to discover something useful and really effective by paying attention to language

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3 Free Tools to Build Up Your Motivation For Language Study

3 Free Tools to Build Up Your Motivation For Language Study

Wiktor K. January 12, 2014 1

  You know how it goes. Halfway into January, and your New Year’s resolutions don’t look that flashy any more – what seemed to be a good and useful plan turns into a pile

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[Premiere and 100% discount coupon] Guerrilla Language Learning – the course

[Premiere and 100% discount coupon] Guerrilla Language Learning – the course

Wiktor K. January 4, 2014 0

This is a project I just knew I had to finish. I made this. You get it for free, forever. Thanks for reading this. Before you share your comment below, remember: be nice!

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How to be more Italian (about any language you learn)

How to be more Italian (about any language you learn)

Wiktor K. November 4, 2013 0

I went to Italy this week and had a great time. I don’t speak Italian a lot, and I don’t mean to learn yet. But there was something about being able to exchange those

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