The latest post on misconceptions about language learning talks about the myth that when you aren’t speaking a language, you’re not benefiting from it. Continue reading Misconceptions about Language Learning #4: If I’m not speaking it, I’m not using it
The third part in our series misconceptions about language learning deals with the myth that the purpose of a learning language is tied to travelling. Continue reading Misconceptions about Language Learning #3: Languages are for Holidays
The second part in our series about misconceptions about language learning deals with the myth that some people are more talented or have a special gene. Continue reading Misconceptions about Language Learning #2: There is a Language Gene, and I’ve Not Got it
Reasons to Learn German: There are some countries where speaking German might be particularly helpful either to live or to do business with. Continue reading Reasons to Learn German #2 – German is Spoken Everywhere
Reading how many or better put how few British students took their A levels in German this year, I thought I’d start a series of posts giving some good reasons why studying German might be useful and to do away with some popular but false stereotypes such as German is fairly complicated and difficult to learn.
This also goes along with my new podcast here on Fair Languages, German Hacks, in which I share some quick and dirty strategies of how to hack the German language.
So today, let’s talk about numbers!