Spanish With Paul Review: Thorough but boring

Spanish With Paul, the premium course made by a Youtube channel with the same name, claims to teach Spanish more comprehensively than anyone else.

In this review, we’ll explore Spanish With Paul and dig into how it works. We’ll also look at why we weren’t impressed and what the service could do better, so you know what you're getting into before you start the course.

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Can You Learn Two Languages At Once?

Are you thinking about learning two languages at once? For many, learning a single language is a monumental feat in itself.

Not you.

You want more!

Simultaneously tackling two languages–a mildly herculean task–has some exciting upsides and drawbacks.

The simple answer is yes, you can learn two languages at once. But, you'll need to be dedicated to your learning journey, choose your language pair carefully and be prepared for some bumps along the road.

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FluentU Review: An honest look

With so many options on the market, it can be hard to decide which language learning platform works best for you. Not sure where to begin? Start with this FluentU review.

In this review, we’ll take a look at FluentU, a Hong Kong-based language learning programme that aims to take textbook learning and make it more engaging. We’ll address what sets FluentU apart from its competitors, and if it will help you to reach your fluency goals.

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18+ Best Apps to Learn German

Searching for an app that will help you get your head around one of Europe’s most popular languages? Read on to discover the best apps to learn German.

In this article, we’ve put together a list of more than 18 apps to help you learn German. We've included a variety of platforms for all ability levels, but our favourites include Rocket Languages, Memrise and Tandem.

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How Long Does It Take To Learn Kanji?

With thousands of unique and unusual symbols, Kanji can seem intimidating to the Western learner. But how long does it actually take to learn Kanji?

According to our calculations, if you can put in the work to learn 25 kanji a day, and you have no prior experience with Japanese, you should be able to read kanji within three months. 

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