Why You Should Learn a Dead Language

onAugust 30, 2018

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30th August 2018
What is a dead language?

The definition of a dead language is one that is no longer being used by a community of speakers. It’s used perhaps in an academic context or amongst individuals like the use in the Vatican City of Latin. A dead language is basically more active than an extinct language, which no one speaks at all in any context.

How many languages are dead?

If a dead languages list was complete it could amount ... View More

How to Become Fluent In a Language In Just a Few Years

onAugust 21, 2018

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21st August 2018

In order to learn another language quickly, you do have to spend many hours reading and practising what you have learnt. There is no hard and fast way to fluency but there are some methods you can use in order to use the fastest way to learn a language. Gabriel Wyner, an opera singer become fluent in 4 languages which are German, Italian, Russian and French in just a few short years. These are some ... View More

Why Stories Are a Better Way to Learn a Language

onAugust 14, 2018

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Language Stories
14th August 2018

If you want to know how to learn a language on your own, research has revealed that learning through stories is the best way to learn a language. Reading a story can be a fun form of entertainment but when it’s used as one of the language learning resources it’s combining fun with learning through storytelling.

No one really likes the dullness of a textbook or even listening to a teacher droning on so there’s no better ... View More