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The Best Articles on Our Blog
Here are some of the best articles on our blog to get you started:
Motivation and Organization
7 Reasons to Learn a Foreign Language
From a career path to a mild interest in a language, understanding why you are learning another language is a great motivator.
How to Learn a Language in 3 Months
You can learn a language in a short amount of time and actually enjoy doing it.
Learning a Language: Techniques for Developing New Habits
Learning a language requires a personal commitment and a few changes to your daily routine. To make this easier, we explain some scheduling techniques to help you organize your practice days and keep yourself motivated.
Which Language to Learn? The 7 Most Useful Languages
Sometimes, the idea to learn a language comes before knowing what language to learn. This article goes over the world’s most useful languages to help you take the very first step: deciding exactly which language to learn!
What are the Most Studied Languages in the World?
While it’s good to know which languages are the most spoken throughout the world, this doesn’t truly show us which ones most people want to learn as a foreign language.
How to Find a Language Exchange Partner: The Best Websites
Finding a language partner is easier than it may seem. In this article, learn about some of the best platforms for doing so.
How to Meet Foreign Language Speakers in Your City
You don’t have to go far for real-life practice with native speakers. This article gives you some original ideas on how to find someone to practice with close to home.
The 7 Golden Rules of Practicing with a Speaking Partner
So you have a speaking partner! Now learn how to get the most out of your partnership.
5 Simple Tips to Immerse Yourself in Your Target Language
Some simple, time-efficient tips that you can begin using today to immerse yourself in a language.
Learn a Language with Movies
Learn a Language with TV Series
The Secret to Learning a Language Quickly
How to Learn Vocabulary Quickly and Effectively
Vocabulary is crucial when learning a language. In this post, we take an in-depth look at how we learn new words and how to use that to your advantage.
When and How to Learn Grammar
Learning grammar can be one of the most boring parts of learning a language. But if you know exactly when and how to learn it, you will make progress much more easily.
The Spaced Repetition System (SRS): Memorization for Life
In this article, we go over one of the methods MosaLingua uses: the spaced repetition system, a highly efficient and effective memorization technique. It takes into consideration how we forget words and focuses on timed review sessions so you can go over what you’ve learned right before you forget it.
Learn a Language with Podcasts and Radio Stations
Reading Comprehension and Writing
The Best Books to Read to Learn English Vocabulary, Grammar and More
Reading your first book in another language will take your writing game to a whole new level. In this post, we show you how to get the most from reading in your target language.
How Reading Helps You Improve Your Foreign Language Skills
If you want to improve your foreign language skills, reading is one of the best methods we can recommend. Discover the power of reading in this article.
The Best Books to Read to Improve Your Spanish, French and German
In this article, we point you in the right direction to improve your reading and writing skills in Spanish, French and German.
Innovative Methods for Learning a Language
7 Original Methods to Learn a Language
Mixing up your learning activities is key to staying motivated. You can alternate between movies and podcasts, between online courses and vocabulary exercises (with the MosaLingua application, for example) or between books and online resources.
How to Learn a Language with Music in 5 Steps
Learning a language isn’t easy, and most people don’t see it through to becoming fluent. Here are some great suggestions on how to enjoy yourself by learning languages with music.
5 Video Games for Practicing a Language
Stay motivated by challenging yourself and having fun at the same time. In this article, we explain how to use video games to learn a language and give you a head start with some games our writers found useful.
Chatting Online to Practice Foreign Languages
Chatting can be a great way to practice speaking, if you feel a little intimidated or too shy to have a Skype conversation at the very beginning of your language journey. We really think it’s a great way to break the ice!
Lists of Free Resources for Learning a Language
If you want to learn a particular language, use these pages to find resources tested and approved by MosaLingua:
- The Best Resources to Learn Spanish
- The Best Resources to Learn Italian
- The Best Resources to Learn French
- The Best Resources to Learn Portuguese
- The Best Resources to Learn German
- The Best Resources to Learn Japanese
You can find these resources and many more on our blog. If you need more suggestions, sign up for the MosaLingua Club:
The MosaLingua Apps
Below is a short video explaining the method MosaLingua uses to help you learn a language as easily as possible. We call it the MosaLearning method. All our apps are compatible with smartphones (iPhone and Android) and tablets (iPad and Android). With our apps, you can learn English, Spanish, French, German, Brazilian, Italian, and Russian. Special versions are available for Business English and Business Spanish, and to help you prepare the TOEFL and TOEIC tests.
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