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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For questions related to the acquisition of a second language.
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For questions that compare one language with one or more other languages.
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Language correction websites involve a fluent or native speaker correcting a post you've written in your L2. The most common ones are Lang-8 and Italki.
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For questions related to the development of new languages.
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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…
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For questions related to policies that affect the teaching or learning of (foreign) 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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A period of time during which a language learner does not actively learn; a temporary break between language learning sessions or periods.
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For questions about methods, techniques, and/or practices that assist in learning another language
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Deciding the order in which to learn multiple things
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Questions related to the branch of psychology that studies learning processes.
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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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Questions related to linking in spoken language, i.e. the joining together words so that they sound like a single word.
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Questions related to listening, especially developing and improving listening skills.
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For questions concerning the ability to read and write.
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Questions related to the use of literature in the context of language learning or teaching.
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the mistaken use of a word or phrase in place of a similar sounding one.
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a primary member of the Austronesian language family, and is spoken by nearly 300 million people across Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and Brunei.
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Questions about Marathi, an Indo-Aryan language spoken mainly in Maharashtra, India.
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For questions related to the commitment of newly learned terms into memory
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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 related to the courses and teaching method developed by Michel Thomas.
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For questions related to pairs of words or phrases that differ only in one phonological element.
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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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For questions about the Mongolian language
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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.
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Questions guided towards multiple languages, whether it be comparing them, using them in tandem, or questions about more than one language in general
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Questions about the effects of music on learning or teaching languages.
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An individual's native languages (or mother tongues; L1) are those which have been learned by or before the critical period
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For questions related to the link between learning languages and the nervous system (neurology)/
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For questions related to Nicaraguan Sign Language, also known as ISN (Idioma de Señas de Nicaragua).
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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.
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For questions about learning languages online with sites such as Duolingo