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Why I'm Starting An Anti-Productivity Movement
Productivity is a bunch of bullshit. We're not robots. We're not machines. You can't keep doing more and being more and expecting more, without eventually burning out.
How To Use Lang-8 To Learn A Language
Today I want to talk about some things you can do to make Lang-8 easier for you to use, as well as things you can do to make sure that you're getting the most value out of it.
Il Condizionale: How To Learn Italian’s Conditional Verbs
Just as with everything else with learning Italian, it turns out that using the conditional tense isn't hard at all, and it's certainly not the complicated matter that people make it out to be.
Has The Kindle Made Paper Books Redundant?
I've had my Kindle for a few weeks now, and I've used it in a lot of ways, both conventional and nonconventional, and I think I'm ready to report what I've learned and form some opinions about this device.
How Important Is Speaking Correctly (Foreign Language)?
When you start learning a new language and reading all the motivation and instructional blogs, you find that there are a lot of strong opinions on whether or not it is important to speak correctly.
If You Want Easy Grammar, Learn Tagalog
For anyone looking for an easy and fun language to really get you interested in learning a new language, you can't really go wrong with Tagalog.
Learning Germanic Languages: Everything You Need To Know
Learning a Germanic language if you already know another Germanic language is much easier than learning a language within a completely different branch or family.
Various Russian And Italian Language Idiosyncrasies I've Learned
Each language feels different when it hits your ear, and feels strange as it exits your mouth — often leaving your tongue twisted into a new, uncomfortable shape.