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Beyond Gangnam Style: Learning Korean via Korean Music

An Introduction to Korean Indie Music for Korean Language Learners Guest post by Sam Gendreau It’s been 5 years since I started looking for some of...
10 Reasons Why African Americans NEED To Learn A Second Language

The Language of Race and Gender

By Umar Alim Al-Junaid One of the hardest things to be is an American citizen who speaks other languages, but being an African- American who...

Why you should care about endangered languages

Endangered species. Endangered whales. Endangered languages? What's an endangered language? About half of the world's 6000 languages will be extinct in 100 years unless we act...
Sherly Sandberg, female polyglot

What Facebook executive’s new book tells about women, success & foreign languages

Sheryl Sandberg, cover of Time Magazine The TIME Magazine "Confidence Woman" cover story on Sheryl Sandberg, the Chief Operating Officer of Facebook, and her new...

Accents matter. Which one to choose?

Learning a language with various regional varieties or dialects means choosing which accent(s) to learn. In this video with Richard Simcott and Luca Lampariello,...
Russian through French

Russia through French eyes: Experiencing life anew in a different language

Rare is the book which envelops my attention, delights me in its prose, makes me re-read passages both for the joy of the flow...

Polyglot dreaming: In which language do you dream?

I have heard on several occasions that the sign of fluency in a language is when one dreams in the language. That can't be...

Ladino saved my life in the war

At long last, I am posting the demo to Saved by Language, the documentary I'm co-producing about how the Ladino (Judeo-Spanish) language saved a...

Ladino and the beauty of Sarajevo, Bosnia

"Sarajevo has a soul. It has a heart." My passion for Ladino/Judeo-Spanish is no secret. In this video, Richard Simcott (the hyperpolyglot extraordinnaire) and I...
Language Learning

MTV, here we come! 17 polyglots redo “Call me Maybe” in 30+ languages

That's right. Seventeen Internet polyglots came together, under the tireless direction of Benny Lewis of Fluent in Three Months, to create the first ever...

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