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5 Signs Of Bilingualism – One With The Force

What Does It Mean To Be Bilingual? Unlike the complicated question, “What does it mean to be fluent?” This one is much easier to answer…to an extent. Being bilingual means that you have some degree of proficiency in two languages. This includes but is not limited to daily conversations, expressing emotions, engaging in debates, and […]

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Learning A New Language – Crafting Your Style

What does it mean to craft your style in language? To craft your style means to create a style of language that is specific to you. Everybody has their unique patterns of speech; there are words that we say more than others and certain gestures that we do when speaking. Our way of expression is […]

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Brain Farts In Language Learning

Brain farts are when your brain emits flatulence.  Okay, maybe that’s too literal to be considered a serious definition. To really define what a brain fart is, we have to get more metaphorical. So you know when you’re giving a speech or talking in long, exasperated breaths of information and then suddenly, your brain freezes? […]

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The Optimal Flow In Language Learning

Do you wish, you could learn a hard language effortless and just on-the-fly? In this L-lingo premium article, we’ll be discussing an immensely powerful method of thought that can be used to achieve anything in life. The mind is powerful, and learning how to use it to its full extent will put you in the […]

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Cooking Your Way To A New Language

Grab a pot, your dictionary, and some seasonings because this article is all about cooking in your target language!  Many a time I find myself screwing with foreign recipes, and more often than not, the recipe doesn’t turn out like how it should. But that’s okay! It’s always a learning experience playing with foreign ingredients […]

Kiandro

An Honest Review Of My Student Life

Hey, my name is Kiandro and I’ve been writing these articles for quite some time now as a graduate student living in Japan. I absolutely love languages, culture and exploring the world and I know that sounds kind of lame for a description but it’s true.  Anyhow, as a student living abroad in a foreign […]

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Your Language Learning Superpowers – Why Language Learners Are Cool People

You know… you’re pretty amazing. Even if you don’t know it. Some might even call you superhuman because of your superpowers. You’re probably thinking,  “What does an average language learner like me have that’s so special?”  In this article, we’re going to unlock some of your hidden talents so you can go out and show […]

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Reach For The Stars – What To Do After You Become Fluent

We won’t be in classrooms and lectures forever, but if you choose to be you may end up surpassing your teachers or “masters”. Like anything in life, if you spend enough time and effort on it you’ll eventually become a master. Language learning is no exception, although you’ll always have room for improvement. But, this […]

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Tactile Language Learning – Creative Language Learning Series

They say hands-on learning is best. But what does hands-on mean in language learning? Tactile learning is a style of learning that associates input through touch via the physical sense. This kind of learning keeps us moving, active, and curious of the surrounding environment. Albeit in language learning, this kind of approach might seem strange, […]

Kinesthetic Language Learning

Kinesthetic learning can be odd and somewhat awkward in the field of languages. Before we move on what is Kinesthetic Learning? Kinesthetic learning is the act of using movement, and physical activities to acquire knowledge. It is the exact opposite to that of audio and visual learning. You may be wondering how kinesthetic learners fit […]