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Learning a new phrase every day is a great way to build your vocabulary step by step. That’s why we post a new phrase every day in several languages* so that you can learn continuously. Whether you’re learning French, German, … Continue reading →
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What's the oddest #idiom you've ever heard? #languagelearning
It’s a piece of cake. You can't put lipstick on a pig. Why add fuel to the fire? Idioms are those phrases that mean more than the sum of their words. As our Open Translation Project volunteers tran...
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Last day to take advantage of our 20% sale on all 3-month online courses: http://bit.ly/1keKaJ0 #language
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Some of the most common #English words have the richest histories. #languagelearning
The English language has a varied and ever changing vocabulary, which makes it an ideal candidate for etymological studies. In this list below, we take a l
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Can you make the grade with these translations? #languagelearning #wordoftheday
Learning a new phrase every day is a great way to build your vocabulary step by step. That’s why we post a new phrase every day in several languages* so that you can learn continuously. Whether you’re learning French, German, … Continue reading →
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What is your favorite addition? #words #language
The Oxford Dictionary now has new words including awesomesauce, manspreading and beer o'clock.
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This phrase may come in handy while you're still learning a language. #languagelearning
Learning a new phrase every day is a great way to build your vocabulary step by step. That’s why we post a new phrase every day in several languages* so that you can learn continuously. Whether you’re learning French, German, … Continue reading →
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Word of the Day: Teacher #languagelearning #backtoschool
Learning a new phrase every day is a great way to build your vocabulary step by step. That’s why we post a new phrase every day in several languages* so that you can learn continuously. Whether you’re learning French, German, … Continue reading →
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What words always get you tongue-tied? #English #languagelearning
“Worcestershire”. “Choir”. “Sixth”. For some, these words may seem relatively normal and everyday – but to others, they represent an unrivalled linguistic challenge.
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Introduction
Why Choose Living Language? The answer is simple: Living Language works.

  • The Living Language Method™ is effective
  • Our programs are easy-to-use and fun so you stick with it
  • E-tutors and community forums provide support if you're stuck
The Living Language Method™

Most of us have played charades at some point or another. As a game, it's a lot of fun. We watch as someone gestures, pantomimes, and jumps around, trying to guess what it could possibly be that they're trying to convey. In the game, we expect a lot of ridiculous wrong guesses, and we even like the torturous frustration of having no clue what the answer is. The urge to yell "just tell us the answer!" is all part of the fun. But why would anyone want to learn a language this way?

The Living Language Method™ is not a game of charades. It doesn't force adult language learners to try to absorb a new language, like they could when they were babies. It makes use of all the tools that adults have at their disposal to learn efficiently and effectively, without clumsy guesswork or frustration, in order to really learn how to speak a new language.

Build A Foundation

Work with what you have. The easiest way to learn a new language is to use the same learning strategies that have worked for you in the past and let your native language serve as a bridge to your new language. Begin speaking immediately using essential words and phrases.

Progress with Confidence

Languages are complex systems, but can be broken down into simple steps. By following a building block approach, you can learn a language in small pieces, each piece reinforcing the previous one, while preparing you for the next one. Advance from words to full sentences, then to actual conversations.

Retain What You've Learned

It's easiest to learn and remember a new language when you use more than one sense. The combination of audio and visual input, along with written, recorded, and interactive digital practice, creates a true multimedia learning experience that actively engages you in your new language right from the start. In addition, special recall exercises move your new language from short-term to long-term memory.

Achieve Your Goals

Don't just mimic or memorize. To speak a new language, you need more than words and memorized phrases. With clear and simple explanations of grammar, you'll develop practical language skills to speak with confidence in any situation.