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For questions related to helping people learn a new language (tutoring).
For questions about habits that can be useful for studying another language
Questions about learning or teaching languages in a classroom context (or any formal type of education).
Language learning in a group of three or more people and how it affects the language process.
Questions related to theories about language learning (both native language and foreign languages) and language teaching.
Questions about learning a language when one already knows a closely related language, with plenty of overlap in vocabulary and grammar, or about teaching a related language.
Questions related to the frequency of words in one or more languages — in the spoken language, the written language or both. Word frequency is sometimes used to determine which words to give a higher …
For questions of or relating to the Portuguese language, a Romance language spoken mostly in Portugal and Brazil.
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 Dutch, a Germanic language mainly spoken in the Netherlands and in the northern part of Belgium (where it is sometimes called Flemish).
For questions related to the actual meaning of a word.
For questions related to the exchange of sentences, phrases, and words between oneself or with others to communicate.
For questions related to simultaneous bilingualism, i.e. having two native languages.
For questions about the classical language Latin, the language used by the ancient Romans, now the foundation for the various Romance languages
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 words that can only be used for a specific gender (she as feminine, for example).
For questions related to the variations of pronouns, nouns, and adjectives
The Romance language family contains Indo-European languages derived from Vulgar Latin.
Questions about the effects of music on learning or teaching languages.
Question about dead or extinct languages, i.e. languages that no longer have any speakers.
Harmful effects of language learning in general or a specific language learning technique on the body or mind.
For questions related to the study of language design, syntax and word meaning. NOT to be used for general language learning questions.
For questions related to using captions to show what the character is saying or is doing.
The expression of time references by means of (conjugated) verbs.
Questions relating to poetry, a form of literature in which language is used for its aesthetic and/or evocative qualities, in addition to, or in lieu of, its apparent meaning.
a standardized register of the Hindustani language, spoken by nearly 400 million primarily in northern India.
Questions related to Persian, an Indo-Iranian language spoken primarily in Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. Persian is also known as Farsi in Iran and as Dari in Afghanistan.
Questions related to the branch of psychology that studies learning processes.
Questions about Italian, a Romance language spoken mainly in Italy, or any of its dialects.
Questions related to the use of literature in the context of language learning or teaching.
Questions related to Thai (or Siamese) and its dialects, which belong to the Tai-Kadai language family.
Questions about vocabulary for special purposes or specific professions, e.g. medical vocabulary.
For questions of or relating to the Ukrainian language, an east Slavic language spoken mostly in Ukraine.
Questions related to Swedish, a North Germanic language spoken mainly in Sweden.
Questions related to learning or teaching Devanagari, an abugida (alphasyllabary) used for over 120 languages, including Hindi, Maithili, Nepali and Sanskrit.