At MosaLingua, we’re making some big changes as 2017 is nearing its end and 2018 is emerging! We wanted to share some news from MosaLingua, from language certificates to challenges, and much more. Find out what MosaLingua has in store for you for the 2017-2018 academic year.

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Language Aptitude Certificate, Challenges and More… What’s New at MosaLingua?

What’s new at MosaLingua?

Luca has recorded a new video to fill you in on all the latest MosaLingua news. The video is in English, but you can turn on subtitles to view it in the language of your choice (French, English, Italian, Spanish, German and Portuguese). Watch this video on our YouTube channel or discover it below…

And don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more videos from our team

Don’t have time to watch the video? Read a summary of what we’ve been working on lately, as well as things coming later this year (which we are already excited about).

1. Certificate of proficiency in MosaLingua

If you’ve recently hit a milestone – such as 300 or 1000 flashcards learned – you may already know that you now have the chance to get a MosaLingua Language Proficiency Certificate. It is proof of both your language skills and of the progress you’ve made with MosaLingua.

Every time you reach a milestone in our mobile or web app, you have the option to download a certificate. We suggest proudly displaying it in a visible place, to keep your motivation levels high, or even adding it to your resume! Certificates are available for English, Spanish, Italian, and all of the other MosaLingua languages.

Here is what your own certificate of language aptitude from MosaLingua could look like:

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2. MosaLingua Challenges

After adding more texts for beginners and the possibility to learn with music videos, we have also introduced a very useful new feature in MosaLingua Web: MosaLingua CHALLENGES.

On the platform, you can choose between a list of helpful language challenges, such as introducing yourself in a video, speaking with a native after just a bit of practice, or watching a video in your target language without subtitles. There’s something for everyone. And of course, we’ll be there to support and guide you towards your goal!

3. What’s next?

And now let me share some news about what’s coming soon.

Over the years, we’ve received so many emails from people asking us to help learn a language. Our apps and MosaLingua Web are all great tools, but many people still have difficulties with motivation, organizing their schedule, being consistent and developing all the skills needed to master a language.

The new training course we are developing is the answer to all of that and much more. It’s already available for our French and Italian-speaking users and it has already helped thousands of people. Very soon it will also be available for English, Spanish, Portuguese and German speakers. Details coming soon: watch out for our e-mails in the upcoming weeks (and if you are not yet a member of our MosaLingua Club, use the link below to join us).

And to go further?

If you are learning English and you’d like to improve your listening and speaking skills, then I’m sure you’ll be interested in attending our Live Online Course. It’s free, so all you need to do is register using either the link below or on the screen. You’ll leave the live session with some concrete results and all the keys to improving your English.

And that’s not all. We are currently working on 2 large projects: The first one concerns grammar because many of you expressed the desire to get more help from MosaLingua in that aspect of language learning. We’ll give you more details about that soon, so stay tuned.

The second one is a bigger project: I don’t want to give away too many details about it but I can already tell you that its main goal is to help you improve your speaking skills.

I hope this news is as exciting for you as it is for us, and I wish you all the best in your language learning! Stay tuned.