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.
Questions about proficiency tests, e.g. what components they have, the levels they define, their validity, etc. For questions about how to prepare for a test use (also) the [test-preparation] tag.
Questions related to the layout of the keys and related features of computer keyboards (both hardware and software) in the context of language learning.
Questions related to the courses and teaching method developed by Pimsleur Language Programs.
Questions related to Memrise, an online tool and community where courses can be created by community members.
Questions about mnemonic techniques or memory devices, i.e. techniques that aid the retention of something in memory.
Questions about the evaluation of the language skills of learners by teachers.
Deciding the order in which to learn multiple things
Deciding which writing system or writing systems to learn or use while learning a language
For questions related to the Cyrillic writing system
For questions related to the Braille writing system of raised dots
For questions related to the Georgian language.
A form of learning in which the student does not make an active effort to learn; examples include sleep learning.
For questions relating to the effects of language learning in adulthood and language learning techniques and methods specifically designed for adults to use.
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.)
For questions related to how often you should do something within a period of time, such as a day.
Exercises (not just grammar exercises) that can be used for learning or teaching languages.
Questions on how to do research or perform studies on various aspects of language learning or applied linguistics.
the ability of an individual to functionally use at least two different languages
Questions related to learning or teaching spelling, i.e. the letters and diacritics that make up words (their choice and their correct order).
A period of time during which a language learner does not actively learn; a temporary break between language learning sessions or periods.
Questions related to the type of words that is used to introduce a noun phrase (such as 'a', 'an' and 'the' in English).
Questions about learning or teaching materials that are organised as tables, e.g. declension tables and verb conjugation tables.
A language learning process involving mutual language exchange in which both partners are fluent in the language the other partner wants to learn.
For questions related to phrases or words that are regarded as very informal, are more common in speech than in writing, and are generally understood by only a particular group of people.
the act of changing between languages in the midst of a conversation
Questions related to learning languages for travel or during travel.
For questions related to comparing and identifying similar sounds
For questions related to the link between learning languages and the nervous system (neurology)/
For questions related to the way of life for a group of people and its effect on language
For questions related to teaching a language through game-like exercises.
For questions related to consonants pronounced with a glottal airstream.
the parts of literature or speech that immediately precede and follow an unknown word or phrase and clarify its meaning.
For questions about the Aramaic language
For questions relating to the identification of languages or language learning materials.
Questions related to communicative strategies, i.e. techniques that foreign language speakers use to express their meaning (orally) when faced with difficulties related to insufficient command of the …