Language Learners Journal | Empowering Independent Language Learning
An award-winning blog for those interested in learning languages, journaling, and self-development. Where we can share our experiences, successes, struggles, and goals. The goal of Language Learners Journal Ltd is to help students, independent learners, and even teachers become more motivated and focused, by applying a more holistic and mindful approach to learning.
From the 1st – 28th May Language Learners Journal will be running a 28-Day Gratitude Challenge in our online community The Self-Development Hub. All you have to do is post one thing a day that you are grateful for. By committing to this challenge for 28 days you will be establishing a regular practice of…
Have you heard of Parrot time Magazine? Seeing as this is the International Year of Indigenous Languages, we will producing a special edition of the Parrot Time Magazine, which will be devoted to this cause. If you are interested or know someone who is in writing an article about indigenous languages, please get in contact […]
My focus in 2019 is Mandarin Chinese, #AyearofMandarin. Here are my learning goals for March. To keep me focused and motivated this month I will be introducing monthly themes and taking part in the Yoyo Chinese Challenge and the 90 day My Language Challenge. Full transparency: From time-to-time we do use affiliate links for paid […]
This year Language learners Journal Founder Trisha Dunbar will be focusing on Chinese Mandarin. Although there are a number of different Chinese dialects including Cantonese and Shanghaiese.… Read more "A Year of Chinese Mandarin…"
We would like to wish all our subscribers, members and followers a happy holiday period and best wishes for the new year! Thank you for your support during 2018. We hope you reach all of your goals in 2019. Come join our free, friendly and supportive Facebook Group – The Self-Development Hub.
The Clozemaster Review: Play whilst you learn! Recently I was asked to test Clozemaster an awesome way to learn languages via 1980s arcade style gamification. I have heard a lot of good things about Clozemaster so I gladly accepted. As there are so many awesome features I am still testing and will update this post
The brain is the most complex organ in the human body, and it has many parts that are responsible for a variety of everyday activities. One of the activities that we do every day is communicate, which involves several parts of the brain. Damage to certain parts of the brain can change your language capabilities