Language learning tips that will get you to learn a new language effectively online, during home-based learning.

Home-Based Learning: How to teach your kids a new language online

With the circuit breaker rules and tightened restrictions, many parents have been forced to tutor their children at home via home-based learning (HBL) in recent weeks. While this is different from home-schooling your children, because there is still support from schools in this instance, the challenges are widely the same.  Many parents have jumped online, […]

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Can you learn a new language effectively online? This is the only language learning guide that you'll need.

The only guide to learning a language online you will ever need

Learning a new language can be an exciting and rewarding. But often new learners can find the rules, structures, and nuances of a foreign language daunting. This is especially true in the current COVID-19 pandemic where lessons may be restricted to an online mode. Where do you start? Can you learn a new language effectively […]

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The Pareto Principle for language learning means is you need to focus on learning the 20% of knowledge that is going to be 80% useful to you.

Hacking language learning 101

Yet, language hacker Benny Lewis has built a whole business around becoming fluent in as little as 3 months! While there are no such things as shortcuts, there are ways to improve your language learning efficiency. Many of us want to learn a new skill, hobby or language, but often the big barrier is time.  […]

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To truly master a language, you need to find ways to integrate language learning into everyday life.

How to keep in touch with a language on a daily basis

Learning a new language takes dedication and consistent practice. Textbooks are helpful but not enough. To truly master a language, you need to find ways to integrate language learning into everyday life. Learn the vocabulary you use on a daily basis, pick up real expressions and adopt the textures and details of the culture of […]

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Your baby’s first words can tell you how their brain works

Your child’s first language includes more than words

If we look to the UNESCO, a child’s ‘Mother Tongue’ language is the first language learned in the home from older family members. Today, many of us view multilingualism as a means of geographical and economic mobility or migration. Indeed, multilingualism increasingly appears to be the new global norm. In Singapore, particularly, multilingualism is part of […]

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