Tag Archives: LingQ
To inspire you to study, LingQ has an avatar. It has been one of the most demotivating things. I joined LingQ around April 11, 2014. I found none of their Korean lessons useful, so I had to create all the lessons from … Continue reading
“The Giving Tree” is my first reading assignment. I know a few words. The two page folk tale seems very overwhelming. I am simply trying to practice pronouncing Korean words. To comprehend the story is beyond my ability, let alone … Continue reading
Steve the Linguist wrote and article Motivating Language Learners Through Statistics.
This post is a rant about vocabulary. I recommend you skip it. Really. The good, the bad, and the ugly. I promised I would share. I am in a state of frustration at the moment, so I can’t see … Continue reading
Steve Kaufman invited me to LingQ. His 7 Secrets of Language Learning are good advice. I am reading Steve’s journal from his 90 day challenge to learn Korean. A Year In The Life of a Linguist The Way of the Linguist
I have an abundance of Korean words in my life. My cup runneth over. I have started ignoring some of the words coming my way, because it feels like learning new words from Korean Digital Academy, 1000 Korean Words list … Continue reading
I feel like I am being haunted by the ghosts of writings past.
Basically, LingQ is a way to read lots of things, and look up the words you don’t know. It is a foreign text reader. You then review the words you do not know (lingQ’s). My favorite part of LingQ is … Continue reading
It is really cool when someone thinks of me and passes along a website or book recommendation. Today, Jolanda from LingQ shared two links with me. jolanda wrote: do you know this page? http://www.korean-flashcards.com/ and http://www.book2.de It feels just like … Continue reading
This is a check-in. I want to ramble on about what I am doing for study. I promised the good, the bad, and the ugly of my learning journey would be reported here, so I am taking stock. It is … Continue reading
American Author’s song “This is going to be the best day of my life.” Ealgoo from LingQ and Ryan from Mindpasta helped me form a sentence. Celebrating small successes, the ability to make mistakes in a safe environment, and the … Continue reading
Unlike other software, I have really struggled with grasping LingQ. It has been a source of a lot of frustration for me. I don’t want to blame LingQ. It is like hitting your thumb with a hammer and blaming the … Continue reading
LingQ is an International community of people. I really like that I am getting to know people from many countries. I look forward to Yutaka from Japan publishing his English corrections. I know Vera from Germany will offer sage advice. … Continue reading
What if there were a way for English to be easier? Even native English speakers will admit it is a crazy, inconsistent language. Moreover, there are more people in the world who speak English as a second language than there … Continue reading