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A language learning process involving mutual language exchange in which both partners are fluent in the language the other partner wants to learn.
the act of changing between languages in the midst of a conversation
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.
Questions related to language learning issues or language teaching issues that are particularly relevant to refugees.
Questions related to phonics, a method for teaching children to read and write (their native language) by connecting the sounds (phonemes) of the spoken language with the graphemes (usually letters) i…
Questions related to statistical data about language learning or teaching.
Questions related to learning or teaching Romanian, a Romance language spoken mostly in Romania.
Questions related to language learning that takes place in a classroom or another context involving a trained teacher.
Questions about age as a factor in learning or teaching languages. For questions about the so-called critical period or the "critical period hypothesis", use the [critical-period] tag.
Questions related to learning or teaching Polish, a West Slavic language spoken primarily in Poland.
Questions related to learning or teaching one or more Austronesian languages. The Austronesian languages are a family of languages spoken mainly on islands in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Ocean and …
Questions related to learning or teaching Indonesian (bahasa Indonesia), the official language of Indonesia. Indonesian is an Austronesian language with roughly 43 million native speakers and 156 mill…
Questions about Greenlandic, an Eskimo-Aleut language with approximately 56.200 speakers.
Questions on using etymology (the origin of specific words) in learning or teaching languages.
Questions on the use of cognates (words that have a common etymological origin) for learning or teaching vocabulary.
Questions about Inuktitut, an Inuit language spoken in Canada.
Questions about one or more of the Eskimo–Aleut languages, a language family native to Alaska, Canada, Greenland and a few other areas around the North Pole.
Questions about Marathi, an Indo-Aryan language spoken mainly in Maharashtra, India.
Questions about Kannada, a Dravidian language spoken mainly by Kannada people in Karnataka, India
Questions about Yiddish, a Germanic language with Hebrew and Aramaic influences.
Questions about basal readers, a type of book or textbook designed to help children learn to read their native language.
Questions about Konkani, an Indo-Aryan language that is an official language in India (in the Indian state of Goa).
Questions about Tatoeba (Tatoeba.org), a website that offers a collaboratively created collection of sentences and translations for language learners.
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 side effects of learning languages, especially foreign languages. Such side effects are not necessarily negative.
Questions about how to prepare for a proficiency test.
For questions related to Nicaraguan Sign Language, also known as ISN (Idioma de Señas de Nicaragua).
Questions related to the courses and teaching method developed by Michel Thomas.
Questions related to Clozemaster, a language learning website that relies heavily on gamification and sentences where you need to fill in words.
Questions related to induction or inductive reasoning, i.e. inferring general rules from concrete observations, in the context of language learning or teaching.
Questions related to interlanguage fossilization, a phenomenon of stagnation during language learning, and how to overcome it (both learning and teaching strategies). Temporary fossilization is also k…
Questions related to learning or teaching languages that are endangered according to UNESCO.
a primary member of the Austronesian language family, and is spoken by nearly 300 million people across Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and Brunei.