4 Surprising Hobbies That Prep Your Brain for Language Learning
Want to learn a new language? There are a few hobbies that can actually make learning easier! Find out what they are in this guest post by Liisi Pajula...
Its widely known that being fluent in two or more languages is good for your brain and your well-being! The benefits of being bilingual run the gamut from increased problem-solving skills to improved memory and creativity, and speaking another language can even help slow the brain's aging and delay dementia.
4 Ways to Learn a Language Like a Kid (and Why It Works)
As an adult, learning a foreign language can be tough. But it's certainly not impossible! Check out these tips from French teacher Carol Beth L. to bring out your inner kid and make learning easier...
Last week, we shared how learning a language as an adult is different from what you may have experienced as a high school student (or even earlier on, if you were raised bilingual).
While recognizing the challenges and advantages is a great first step, it's also important to put
10 Remarkably Simple Tips for Writing a Novel
Despite what you've heard, writing a novel isnt exactly like climbing a mountain.
At least a mountain is always there in front of you. A novel can be elusive. Longer and more complex than a short story, a novel can span the course of years and involves creating a main character who grows and changes throughout the story.
However, have no fear. You can actually start writing a novel right now, right this instant, by following these ten simple steps here.
1. Get over yourself.
How Music Lessons Helped Me Learn a New Language
Want to learn a new language? If you've ever taken music lessons, you may be at an advantage! Read on as Ann Arbor, MI piano teacher Amy C. explains...
I recently began taking a beginners Italian class. (Im sure you are already wondering what this has to do with music lessons, but bear with me.) I often hear Italian spoken around me because I nanny for a native Italian family. However, besides hearing this family speak and knowing a few simple phrases (ciao, buona notte, gra
10 Ways to Make Money as a Language Lover [Infographic]
Do you speak multiple languages? Maybe your linguistic love affair started in high school, when you took your first Spanish class. Maybe you were born into a bilingual family, exposed to the beauty of languages at an early age. Or maybe you even caught on later in life, after taking language classes just for fun.
Whatever the case, we applaud you! Being bilingual is an awesome skill, and one that can lead to higher-paying jobs, a sharper brain, and an expanded network of friends and colleague