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English Language Tips: How To Get A Basic Foundation

Have you been wondering how to get a basic foundation when learning English? Are you struggling to build up the necessary skills to hold a conversation? We know the feeling: Learning a new language (especially English) can be tough! That’s why this week, we’ve put together a list of English language tips that will help […]

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Posted on April 20, 2018 by

How To Learn A Language Before Traveling

by Jason Cane Let’s face it: Learning a foreign language is a challenge many folks don’t want to face.  As an American, I feel like we’re especially guilty of this.  The US is actually largely monolingual (yep, the stats show it’s not just a stereotype) and 64% of us have never even left the US! […]

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Posted on March 23, 2018 by

How to Learn English Before Coming to America

How to Learn English Before Coming to America Your trip to the ‘land of the free’ is booked, and your bags are packed, but there’s something else you’ve got to think about if you want to make the most of your experience in the U.S.: Do you know how to learn English before coming to […]

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Posted on February 23, 2018 by

5 Incredible Polyglots You Should Follow

by Jason Cane Across the web, there are a number of incredible polyglots you should follow to learn the best methods for picking up a new language. While you’re trying to learn a single language like English, many polyglots- people who know and can use multiple languages- are busy dabbling in language number 8 or […]

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Posted on February 13, 2018 by

How to Learn English and Optimize Your Study Time

How to learn English and Optimize your study time by Jason Cane If you’ve ever wondered how to learn English and optimize your study time in the process, it starts with a bit of organization.  Ever felt like you’ve spent hours reviewing material, and you’ve made no progress to show for your efforts? In today’s […]

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Posted on January 19, 2018 by

Why 2018 is the perfect time to learn English

      by Jason Cane 2018 is the perfect time to learn English. With the start of a new year comes new goals to set, challenges to overcome, and habits to form. Don’t you think it’s finally time to make learning English one of them? In this post, I’ll share my top 5 reasons […]

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Posted on January 5, 2018 by

Language Family Tree

One of my previous articles was about Chinese Family Tree, so it gave me the opportunity to think about a wider concept of family tree.   Before speaking of a language family tree, it might be useful to introduce the concepts of familiarity and kinship in languages. There is a genealogical classification for languages used […]

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Posted on December 15, 2017 by

YOUR MOTHER TONGUE

Warning: contains coarse language I knew it! You read “coarse” and you are curious about this article. So, pardon my French and keep reading it. From the back cover: After centuries of war we Europeans are trying to get along together, but we keep treading on each other’s toes. Tread on an English toe and […]

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Posted on October 15, 2017 by

Live Lingua Tutors Helping Refugees Learn English

Live Lingua is giving back by helping refugees learn English. In the teaching world, there are ample opportunities for a professional to use their passion and skillset for the greater human good. Teacher Indie has highlighted this exemplary case of generosity with their new series, Online Teachers Making An Impact. Today, we’re highlighting an extraordinary partnership […]

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Posted on September 11, 2017 by

British English vs. American English: Key Differences to Learn

English is often considered one of the most practical foreign languages someone can learn, but when you decide to learn it, you also have to decide which English variant you’ll speak. The English language has several variants that have developed and evolved over the years, through domination and colonization. The most commonly used, and most commonly […]

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Posted on May 30, 2017 by