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New Language Lessons at LingQ

One of the secrets of successful language learning is finding content which seems interesting to you. Take a look at the new language lessons added to our library in March. Choose something of interest in your language and try it out. Arabic grimm (No description) Lessons in Course: 1, New This Month: 1 Czech Základní […]

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Week 11 of the Language Challenge. We are Almost There!

The tenth week is now behind us. It’s been a long journey, but we are almost at the finish line! After ten weeks of steady effort, how do you feel with your target language? More confident? Surprised at your improvements? Still frustrated? The good news is that the journey doesn’t end with our Language Challenge. […]

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Week 10: Language Learning Has Become a Habit

It may sound unbelievable but it is already week 10 of our 90-Day Challenge! At this point, language learning has certainly become a habit that will be difficult to break. The more we spend on our languages the better, but, even a small amount of time each day makes the difference in helping you progress. […]

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Week 9 of the Challenge: Time to hear from you!

We have just started week 9 of the Challenge. The finish line is getting closer! Many of you are hitting all your targets but, as we see in the poll results below, some are finding certain targets difficult. Don’t worry! A little focus on those areas can quickly catch you up. There is more than […]

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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 […]

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Provider Awards for February 2014

The LingQ community is unique in that members, in addition to learning languages on their own, also help others learn by providing interesting lessons. It’s thanks to these members that LingQ’s Library has been able to grow into one of the best foreign language libraries on the web! Each month we collect the expired points […]

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New Lessons in February

There are so many new lessons in the LingQ library thanks to our contributors! Take a minute to find something interesting in a language you are learning. Chinese Slow Chinese About 慢速中文 Slow Chinese is a culture podcast for Chinese learners. If you are learning Chinese and have endless curiosity about China, you are at […]

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Where do you LingQ?

The weekend is finally here! What are your Challenge plans for the next couple of days? Are you planning to stay at home and LingQ ’til the early hours of the morning, or will you take your lessons with you as you walk, hike, run or shop? Take a picture where you LingQ and post […]

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Week 7: You Will be Rewarded with Major Progress in your Language

It seems like we just started but we are in week 7 already! A big piece of Challenge cake has already been eaten, but even more is waiting for us! Congratulations to the top LingQers in all languages, and to all of you who continue to forge ahead! Know that you will be rewarded with […]

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Week 6: Are You Noticing Significant Progress?

As we head in to Week 6 you should definitely be noticing significant progress! We’re well over a month in and if you have been meeting your targets, you have already done a lot. The number of Challenge participants continues to grow so you latecomers have some work to do to catch up but you […]

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