Week 8: We Are on Our Way to an Even Greater Level of Fluency!

Wow, we are now in week 8! This means that we have just passed the halfway point of our 90-Day Challenge journey!

We’re sure you have already noticed major improvements in your language abilities.

Stay focused over the remaining 6 weeks. Intensity in language learning improves results exponentially! Stay with it to achieve that major breakthrough.

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And, of course, so you can say you completed the LingQ 90-Day Challenge!


How are you finding the Challenge so far? What is the hardest part about the Challenge?

Submit your responses in our 90-Day Challenge Poll and we’ll share the results next week!


Remember how important your attitude is. You will study better if you are somewhat emotionally engaged with the language. That is why content you like, and a voice you like are so important. That is why you should not force yourself to complete lessons you don’t like.

Your determination and confidence will influence your brain. Our mind can influence our brain. This may sound silly but is confirmed in clinical observation.

Get more tips from LingQ co-founder Steve Kaufmann as he vlogs about his 90-Day Korean Challenge.


We are still looking forward to seeing where you LingQ. Take a picture and post it on the 90-Day Challenge page, and then share your photo on Twitter using the hashtags #LingQ #90daychallenge.

Click here to post your photo

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Dean Hyatt is juggling Dutch, French and Spanish and is planning to bring all three to A2 level by the end of the #LingQ #90daychallenge.


Thanks to all the participants who share their stories, Challenge experiences and energy of inspiration! Tell us your story on the 90-Day Challenge page!

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SueWt: “I’m learning French and have learned and understood a lot more since Steve started the 90-Day Challenge. The LingQ way of learning is a marvellous way! However, I still find the sentence building a big problem, but I hope it will sink in soon.
I am at the Beginner 2 level and fast approaching Intermediate, but might feel a little intimidated if talking to native French speakers, though I can understand that it would be the same for all of us no matter what our nationalities are. Bonne chance tout le monde!”


 nate81 (Nathan): “It is exciting to me as I keep putting in the time that I can actually understand stuff which was foggy at the beginning of the Challenge, like “Who is She”, I know it’s supposed to be a simple story but it was confusing to me as I didn’t know enough words. Some times as I’m listening to the material it’s almost like I’m listening to it in English, maybe German and English are more alike that I once realized.

After the 90-Day Challenge I hope there is some sort of other “challenge” like a 12 week challenge or something like that”.

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  1. Dimitris Dirchalidis
    Posted March 5, 2014 at 11:54 pm | Permalink

    Hi that’s great, i like it.

  2. Posted March 17, 2014 at 12:19 am | Permalink

    L’apprentissage de l’anglais demande une grande patience pour qu’on puisse parler comme les natifs

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