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Start A Language Learning Mastermind

How to start a language learning mastermind Learning a new language is a process that benefits not only from dedicated time, but from a good network of support as well. Live Lingua’s immersive online language lessons are a great way to gain familiarity and comfort with communicating in your new language – but what can […]

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Posted on February 16, 2018 by

Delaying Alzheimer’s and Dementia by learning a new language

Delaying Alzheimer’s and dementia can be an intimidating task – but for many, it is possible. Part of maintaining healthy brain function lies in consistently challenging and expanding the mind. When not pushed or lugged into a dull routine, a person increases his or her risk of developing Alzheimer’s or dementia. No one wants to […]

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Posted on February 2, 2018 by

New: Live Lingua Affiliate Program

Tim Wenger here, Marketing and Content Manager for the award-winning online language school Live Lingua. Here in our (virtual) office, the excitement level is high. Live Lingua is kicking off 2018 with a bang! In an effort to engage with top bloggers and website owners around the world, we’ve launched the Live Lingua Affiliate Program. The […]

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Posted on January 8, 2018 by

Do’s and Don’ts of Good Language Learning Habits

  Language learning success is all about building the right habits. If you build productive habits from day one, language learning becomes a lot easier. Of course, there are habits of things to do, and habits of things to avoid, so we’ve compiled a list of Do’s and a list of Don’t’s to help you […]

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Posted on July 30, 2017 by

8 Tips to Stay Motivated When Learning A Language

When you’re learning a language, it’s important to stay motivated and keep putting in the work in order to see results. Here are some tips to help avoid overwhelm and stay motivated. Study the basic grammar. It’s important to understand the basic grammar to speak a language properly. You cannot avoid it, and if you […]

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Posted on July 15, 2017 by

A view on the language barrier

Not many people travel abroad. Those that do have almost certainly encountered the language barrier at some point. If they haven’t, they probably haven’t experienced much of the foreign country they are visiting or traveled to a place where English is the lingua franca. I have been humbled by my inability to communicate in man […]

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Posted on July 5, 2017 by

Shadowing: A Language Learning Method

    Ever heard of shadowing? This is a language learning technique used to improve pronunciation and to help you remember the words you are repeating. If you don’t have time to train yourself in pronunciation, I suggest trying this technique.     Shadowing In Short   Shadowing involves exact copying (like following a shadow), […]

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Posted on June 30, 2017 by

Common mistakes when we learn a foreign language

When we learn a new language, we make a lot of mistakes. Below I have tried to gather briefly some concerns  about  how you should NOT learn a foreign language: 1) Not be a regular learner.You cannot learn a language if you are not constant. You learn some new words this week, then the next one […]

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Posted on March 15, 2017 by

Good Teacher=Happy Student

Many people think being a language teacher is easy. It is just enough speaking the language taught, meeting the student and doing some exercises together.  It is not like that at all.   Let’s see 7 important points:   Being on time. When you arrange a class you have to commit to it, we do […]

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Posted on March 13, 2017 by

Learning Language Virtually Anywhere (Part 2)

In my previous post I start with a Q&A about the benefits of teaching and learning online. Let’s continue on… Do you notice a difference between your online students and your face-to-face students? My online students are more independent and self-reliant. In a classroom, the teacher is always present, which makes students more likely to […]

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Posted on January 30, 2017 by