People say that Portuguese pronunciation is very difficult, but I’ve seen harder (wink wink). Learning Portuguese is a little bit easier than learning French but not the same as learning …
I actually didn’t have any specific interest in learning Japanese, per se, until I was faced with having to choose a second language elective when I entered high school and at my high school, they had French, German, Spanish, and Japanese as options for us. And as someone who at the time was not particularly interested in language, I figured out of those four why not Japanese?
In English we have 7 question words: What, Who, Why, Where, Which, When and How. In Russian we have a whole host of new ones to learn! Today, we are …
Hey everyone, it’s Eric from LingQ and today I’m going to show you a new, better, faster method to import anime into LingQ to create your own interactive lessons. Let me quickly show you what I’ve done. I have imported an episode of Shirokuma Cafe into LingQ, episode one to be exact.
Luca Lampariello speaks 14 languages! Elle caught up with the Italian polyglot for the LingQ Podcast and asked him about his methods, inspiration and what’s next for his website and YouTube channel.
LingQ was instrumental for my language learning. When I began studying French, I would do cold reads of various stories. I knew NOTHING except “merci”, “bonjour,” and that’s about it. I remember reading the stories and being clueless as to the vocabulary. Through these cold reads I began to assess the language. It’s something I often do with other languages. I did it with Italian and Portuguese, and after French, with Catalan, Norwegian, and Indonesian.
I’m going to show you how you can import your favorite YouTube content into LingQ so you can actually study better. As you can see here, this is my imported YouTube video in my LingQ account. I can watch the video scroll along the transcriptions here and save my new words.
Matt Vs Japan discovered his own method to learn Japanese. Now he is fluent and learning Mandarin! Learn more in this interview.
In this video, I’m going to explain how to import transcripts of your favorite Netflix shows into LingQ as lessons. You do this with the LingQ import extension. Once you have the extension, you should go to your favorite Netflix show and press play. Once you’re in the show, press pause. Next, make sure that the subtitles are available in your target language.
Since taking up Chinese as a hobby four years ago, I have used numerous different language apps and online resources in an attempt to achieve fluency in the language. Of …