How to become fluent
Mastering a language is no easy task, but there are many ways to achieve fluency and we show you some of the best. Find out how to become fluent.
Today I’m very happy to have Ruth Elizabeth–or Thảo, as she is known in Vietnam–guest posting on Lingholic. Ruth is the person behind More Vietnamese, a great website full of really useful information both for general language learners and for those learning Vietnamese more specifically. She lived in Vietnam for 2 […]Read More
I don’t know about you, but when I go hiking, the hardest part of the mountain is usually the last 20%. I’m so tired, maybe my water bottle is getting low on water, my legs are aching and I’d rather sit down than keep pushing forwards and upwards. I can […]Read More
Today we have an awesome guest post from Olly Richards. Olly runs I Will Teach You A Language, a website that gives you practical tips and strategies for learning foreign languages. Olly speaks 7 foreign languages and publishes regular articles and videos on language learning from different locations around the world. […]Read More
[interview video below] My name is Chris Parker. I started learning Mandarin Chinese for my university degree seven years ago, and I’ve never stopped! I currently live and work in Beijing, and Chinese is completely integrated into my life. My mission now is to make Chinese more accessible to […]Read More
Thinking in a foreign language is an important step in the long road that is fluency in a foreign language, but it’s a step that, for some reason, many language learners tend to ignore. Thinking in the language you are learning is not necessarily easy, but it’s something you can practice […]Read More