LingualMuse Musings: On Reconnecting with the Language That Got Away
Many of our students didn’t have the greatest experience in school — or at least in their school’s language classes. While these classes were often mandatory (having to get through a certain amount of Spanish in high school is a common example), oftentimes the classes were less about fluency and more about following a certain textbook or passing a certain test.
Grammar was often presented as a chore, and not as the core structure of the language. Vocabulary was there to be drilled, not to enhance self-expression. Students were constrained to certain topics, and, given that they were taking at least half a dozen other classes at the same time, exploring the language outside of those constraints was virtually impossible.more
LingualMuse Musings: Why is an online Language Coach the right choice for your child?
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Let's talk about some reasons an online Language Coach might be the right choice for your child. We might be biased, of course, but read on and see if you agree...more
LingualMuse Musings: Language and Storytelling
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We hope you've had a fabulous Pride month and a wonderful start to your Summer!
Here at LingualMuse, we've been particularly inspired by this quote from Janet Mock: “I believe that telling our stories, first to ourselves and then to one another and the world, is a revolutionary act. It is an act that can be met with hostility, exclusion, and violence. It can also lead to love, understanding, transcendence, and community.”more
How LingualMuse Language Learning Can Change Your Life
Ready to learn a new language? Here’s how it will change your life forever.more
The Art of Learning Language The LingualMuse Way
Getting started with LingualMuse is easy and only requires the commitment of our 90-minute Introductory Program.more