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Questions related to motivation in the context of language learning or teaching, e.g. its effects or how to increase it.
Questions related to Hebrew, a once extinct (as a colloquial language) Semitic language that was revived in the 19th century and is spoken primarily in Israel.
The ability of an individual to speak or perform in an acquired language.
Questions related to learning a language by regularly communicating with a native (or near-native) speaker of your target language, whom you help learning your native language. Also known as tandem le…
The CEFR, or Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, is a set of descriptors for language proficiency levels created on behalf the Council of Europe, in order to provide a standard metho…
a free language-learning website (and mobile app) with over 55 different language courses available
For questions related to the commitment of newly learned terms into memory
Questions about language exams and proficiency tests, and how to prepare for them.
A designation awarded by a credible organization that is earned by a language learner or teacher to assure qualification in learning or teaching one or more languages.
a system of terms belonging or peculiar to a science, art, or specialized subject, nomenclature.
The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is a set of characters representing every possible phoneme in human speech
For questions related to the process of familiarizing oneself with the phonology of a language in order to correct one's accent, pronunciation, and/or intonation.
For questions relating to proper pronunciation using symbols and specialized letters.
Questions about the Greek language, including Ancient Greek, Medieval Greek and Modern Greek.
Questions related to linguistic interference, language transfer or crosslinguistic influence, i.e. the transfer of knowledge from one language—usually one's native language—to another.
Questions related to any form of learning that is not formal learning: learning that is not intentional from the learner's point of view, e.g. through socialisation, inculturation or play.
Questions about Germanic languages (e.g. English, German, Dutch and Danish), a branch of the Indo-European language family.
the process of a language learner exposing themselves to an environment in which a language the language learner is trying to learn is spoken natively or in great abundance.
those that are artificially constructed, rather than naturally developed.
Questions about Norwegian, a North Germanic language spoken mainly in Norway, any of its official or unofficial variants (Bokmål, Nynorsk, Riksmål and Høgnorsk) or any of its dialects.
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 translation in the context of language learning or teaching.
Free or commercial software used during the process of language learning.
For questions related to pairs of words or phrases that differ only in one phonological element.
Questions about Danish, a North Germanic language spoken mainly in Denmark.
The history of methods, strategies, techniques etc. for learning or teaching languages.
a group of Indo-European languages that includes Russian, Polish, Czech, Slovene, Serbo-Croatian and a few other languages.
Questions about learning or teaching languages in a classroom context (or any formal type of education).
For questions about the Mongolian language
Questions about Kanji, the logographic Chinese characters used in Japanese writing (not hiragana, katakana or romaji).
For questions related to acquiring a language again after a temporary or permanent break in learning.
Questions about sign language and methods to study it