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More authentic French videos with various Francophone accents! I'll work on more gap-fill activities next.
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Just added more authentic French videos with transcripts (including Quebec, Swiss & Tahitian French accents)
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Now you can watch Dutch videos that are geo-blocked outside of the Netherlands! (TunnelBear also includes the US, UK, Canada, France, Germany and Japan for free, as well as Australia for paid accounts.)
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Americans living abroad: make sure to claim your foreign income on your US tax forms
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How to Learn Languages by Reading Interlinear Books: Translation is a great tool for learning
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Frozen’s “Let it Go” in 25 Languages with Subtitles
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Upcoming conferences on applied linguistics, computer-assisted language learning/teaching with technology, general language teaching & learning or French studies.
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New blog post on Lowland Scots
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Updated: Applied Linguistics, CALL and French Conferences in 2014 and Beyond - See all you applied linguists in Rio in 2017!
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Free Peace Corps Language Learning Materials: Over 100 Languages Available
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North American Language and Culture Assistants in Spain - deadline is April 1, 2014
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Free language tutorials in 20 languages, advice on traveling, and expat life in France and Australia.
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In addition to the free language tutorials (many with mp3s and exercises), there are also comparative tutorials for those who are learning more than one language at a time, sections on realia (authentic language resources from several countries), travel tips & advice and articles on expat life in France. Lastly, there is a free podcast of informal, colloquial French and a focus on slang that is often missing from textbooks.