Tags

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.

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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.
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For questions related to helping people learn a new language (tutoring).
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For questions related to the positive (helpful) effects of learning a language.
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For questions about habits that can be useful for studying another language
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Questions about learning or teaching languages in a classroom context (or any formal type of education).
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Language learning in a group of three or more people and how it affects the language process.
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For questions related to the actual meaning of a word.
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For questions related to the exchange of sentences, phrases, and words between oneself or with others to communicate.
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For questions related to simultaneous bilingualism, i.e. having two native languages.
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For questions about the classical language Latin, the language used by the ancient Romans, now the foundation for the various Romance languages
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For questions related to words that can only be used for a specific gender (she as feminine, for example).
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The Romance language family contains Indo-European languages derived from Vulgar Latin.
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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 …
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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.
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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).
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a standardized register of the Hindustani language, spoken by nearly 400 million primarily in northern India.
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Questions about vocabulary for special purposes or specific professions, e.g. medical vocabulary.
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For questions of or relating to the Portuguese language, a Romance language spoken mostly in Portugal and Brazil.
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Questions related to the use of literature in the context of language learning or teaching.
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Questions related to the branch of psychology that studies learning processes.
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Questions about Italian, a Romance language spoken mainly in Italy, or any of its dialects.
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For questions related to the variations of pronouns, nouns, and adjectives
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Questions about the effects of music on learning or teaching languages.
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Harmful effects of language learning in general or a specific language learning technique on the body or mind.
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Question about dead or extinct languages, i.e. languages that no longer have any speakers.
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For questions related to the study of language design, syntax and word meaning. NOT to be used for general language learning questions.
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For questions related to using captions to show what the character is saying or is doing.
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The expression of time references by means of (conjugated) verbs.
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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.
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Questions related to Memrise, an online tool and community where courses can be created by community members.
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Questions about the evaluation of the language skills of learners by teachers.
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Questions about mnemonic techniques or memory devices, i.e. techniques that aid the retention of something in memory.
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Deciding the order in which to learn multiple things
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Deciding which writing system or writing systems to learn or use while learning a language
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For questions related to the Braille writing system of raised dots
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For questions related to the Georgian language.