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Multi-lingualism in the EU

Multi-lingualism in the EU

How multi-lingual are Europeans really? The answer depends on whether you are a ‘glass half-full’ or ‘glass half-empty’ kind of person. An example of some further research is linked here, but as follows are the highlights: 54% of Europeans can...

Children vs. Adults Exposure to a Language

Depending on your source, you’ll hear or read that people need a minimum of 200-300 hours of exposure to a language to learn it. For a working adult who tries to study a few hours per week in their spare time, this means anywhere between 1 and 2 years of regular...
Charting my Language Learning Journey

Charting my Language Learning Journey

One of the most important things I’ve learned from my various experiences, is how much of a difference it can make when you track your progress in some way. That can mean, for example: Tracking your distances and times when running for exerciseCounting study...