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Physical resources such as dictionaries, text books, audio recordings, flash cards, etc, as opposed to online or electronic resources.
Questions related to the courses and teaching method developed by Pimsleur Language Programs.
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.
Questions related to learning or teaching Polish, a West Slavic language spoken primarily in Poland.
For questions of or relating to the Portuguese language, a Romance language spoken mostly in Portugal and Brazil.
For questions about getting prepared for learning a new language, such as preparing supplies and other needs of learning.
The ability of an individual to speak or perform in an acquired language.
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 about the sounds, intonation, and stress of how words are uttered or produced. When asking questions about learning or teaching the pronunciation of a specific language, pleased add a langua…
For questions related to reading one's writing and marking it for grammatical and spelling mistakes
Questions about Punjabi, an Indo-Aryan language spoken in Pakistan and India.
For questions related to acquiring a language again after a temporary or permanent break in learning.
For questions about the ability to interpret written texts
For questions asking for a published journal to be included as reference in your answer. Please avoid answering questions tagged [reference-request] without referencing a published journal.
Questions related to language learning issues or language teaching issues that are particularly relevant to refugees.
Questions related to sociolinguistic registers, i.e. varieties in a language that are used depending on social context or situation. (Simply put, there are formal and less formal registers.)
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 on how to do research or perform studies on various aspects of language learning or applied linguistics.
Requests for resources related to language learning or teaching.
The Romance language family contains Indo-European languages derived from Vulgar Latin.
Questions related to learning or teaching Romanian, a Romance language spoken mostly in Romania.
For questions about the language teaching program, Rosetta Stone
For questions about the Russian language and its dialects.
Questions related to Sanskrit, an Indo-European language that is the primary liturgical language of Hinduism.
For questions regarding teaching oneself a language with minimal or no prior experience with it
Questions about side effects of learning languages, especially foreign languages. Such side effects are not necessarily negative.
Questions about sign language and methods to study it
For questions related to simultaneous bilingualism, i.e. having two native languages.
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.
a group of Indo-European languages that includes Russian, Polish, Czech, Slovene, Serbo-Croatian and a few other languages.
Free or commercial software used during the process of language learning.
For questions related to comparing and identifying similar sounds
Questions related to a method of study that increases the interval of time between reviews of older, more experienced terms. Spaced repetition can use physical resource (e.g. a Leitner box) or a softw…
For questions of or relating to the Spanish language.