Language Learning [Hacks Tips and Tricks]
Language hacking links One month ago I started the Language Hacking League (LHL) e-mail list, and I am really pleased with how it has evolved! Every Monday I send out an e-mail with a language hacking tip, links to the Internet’s best free resources for language learning and then I end by asking the league a question. E-mails also include behind the scenes updates from the fluent in 3 month project and advanced news on upcoming language missions, and on the Language Hacking Guide. The responses and feedback I’ve been getting have been incredible from the almost 400 people who have signed up so far. If you’d like to join us, just fill in your name and e-mail on the right – you can unsubscribe at any time of course! People’s responses have been fantastic and usually inspire the links and language hacking tips in later LHL e-mails.
If you liked my association technique mentioned below, you would also enjoy my tips on using imagination to memorize vocabulary, which are discussed in great detail with many other hacks in the Language Hacking Guide. See the most popular posts on the right below for other interesting topics. For those curious, this post discusses Thai, but the ideas can equally be applied to other phonetic scripts such as Japanese (but not as well for Chinese).