A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
For questions related to the way of life for a group of people and its effect on language
For questions related to the Cyrillic writing system
Questions about Danish, a North Germanic language spoken mainly in Denmark.
Question about dead or extinct languages, i.e. languages that no longer have any speakers.
For questions related to the variations of pronouns, nouns, and adjectives
For questions related to the actual meaning of a word.
Harmful effects of language learning in general or a specific language learning technique on the body or mind.
Questions related to learning or teaching Devanagari, an abugida (alphasyllabary) used for over 120 languages, including Hindi, Maithili, Nepali and Sanskrit.
For questions about a form of a language that is spoken in a particular part of a country or by a particular group of people .
For questions related to using sources that contain definitions, information or translations of words
For questions related to using only the foreign language to teach the foreign language. (The direct method is a language teaching method; there is no learning method that goes by this name.)
a free language-learning website (and mobile app) with over 55 different language courses available
Questions related to Dutch, a Germanic language mainly spoken in the Netherlands and in the northern part of Belgium (where it is sometimes called Flemish).
Questions related to statistical data about language learning or teaching.
Questions regarding the effectiveness of specific language-learning or teaching techniques.
For questions related to consonants pronounced with a glottal airstream.
primarily hosted online or in a sort of electronic medium; examples include audiobooks, movies, and songs.
Questions related to learning or teaching languages that are endangered according to UNESCO.
Questions about learning or teaching the English language.
Questions about one or more of the Eskimo–Aleut languages, a language family native to Alaska, Canada, Greenland and a few other areas around the North Pole.
For questions relating to the constructed language Esperanto.
Questions on using etymology (the origin of specific words) in learning or teaching languages.
Questions about language exams and proficiency tests, and how to prepare for them.
Exercises (not just grammar exercises) that can be used for learning or teaching languages.
Questions related to Finnish, a Finno-Ugric language spoken mainly in Finland and by a minority in Sweden. Unlike Swedish, Danish and Norwegian, Finnish is not a Germanic language.
Questions related to the use and purpose of flash cards, whether it be to improve them or use them.
For questions related to the retention of one's fluency in a language. Fluency refers to the automaticity or smoothness with which language tasks are performed. Not to be confused with proficiency whi…
For questions related to the forced learning of a foreign language.
Questions related to language learning that takes place in a classroom or another context involving a trained teacher.
a website that allows its users to record and upload audio clips of the pronunciation of words or phrases in different languages to help others learn those languages
Questions related to interlanguage fossilization, a phenomenon of stagnation during language learning, and how to overcome it (both learning and teaching strategies). Temporary fossilization is also k…
for questions of or relating to the French language.
For questions related to how often you should do something within a period of time, such as a day.
For questions related to teaching a language through game-like exercises.
For questions related to the Georgian language.