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Language “Tourists” vs Language “Travelers” | Language News

When traveling, you try to stay off the beaten path. When language learning, you try to find it. Or do you?I love travel, and...

Weekly Language Usage Tips: fun, funner, and funnest | Language Usage...

April 16, 2015 Weekly Language Usage Tips: fun, funner, and funnest Posted in fun/funner/funnest at 6:30 am by dlseltzer A reader writes: Would you care to comment on...

Little Moments of Joy in Language Learning | Language News

Language learning is not easy, we all know that. So it helps to step back and remember the little moments that make it all...

Language Learning Through Songs | Language News

Listening to music sung in a foreign language is a great way to learn that language. Provided you really understand what they’re saying, that...

Using Free Resources For Language Learning « Language Learning Tricks

Should you pay for your language learning? Even to this day, both students and second-language speakers are divided on the answer. Some say you...

Bridging the Digital Language Divide | Language News

Technology and access to information are making the world a better place for many, but what good is that information if you can’t read...

Learning NLP Language Models with Real Data

Language Models (LMs) estimate the relative likelihood of different phrases and are useful in many different Natural Language Processing applications (NLP). For example, they...

What Defines an English Language Learner?

English Language Learners (ELL) represents a growing population of U.S. students. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, approximately 9.5 percent of students...

The Universal Language Of Cinema

Six international films, from Everybody Knows to Sin Nombre, that need no translation Focus Features 01.22.2019 To direct the Spanish-language thriller , two-time Academy Award®-winning director Asghar Farhadi...

The figurative language of Susan Orlean…

Credit: LARRY D. MOOREReading time: Less than 2 minutes I like to share interesting pieces of figurative language I encounter in my reading. I write...