About Jennie

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Jennie has written 707 articles so far, you can find them below.

Language Learning Articles, Software, Websites (Link Collection from Twitter)

*+-A collection of language learning articles, software and websites that I’ve tweeted/retweeted/discovered on Twitter over the past few months for those who don’t use that site: Popling. Hack your Brain. Learning, Without Studying. A website + desktop app for people who want to learn, but lack motivation. Lingoversity Learn languages with your vocabulary trainer. Rhinospike: […] Continue reading →

Review of Some Language Learning Communities: Busuu, Livemocha, LingQ, and Hello-Hello

*+-Lately I’ve been using several language learning communities online to see what they offer and how expensive their pay materials are. Personally, I was most interested in finding sites that offered free audio flashcards for learning vocabulary (preferably with pictures) and less so in finding a teacher or language exchange partner.  I just wanted to […] Continue reading →

Updates to Come Soon, I Promise!

*+-Just a short message to let you know/promise that I will update the site soon. I fully intended on adding more comparative material and French exercises and listening resources this weekend, but of course real life keeps getting in the way. I actually have some revision and translation projects to work on, as well as […] Continue reading →

Why French is Hard to Understand, Reason 17 of 428: Fake English Words

*+-The real reason why French is hard to understand for English-speakers is the numerous liaisons (that I mentioned recently) and lack of junctures between words. English tends to pause more often between words and exhibit open juncture, while French pauses between phrases and links sounds between certain word boundaries so that determining individual words is […] Continue reading →