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Kris is a language podcaster and blogger originally from Denmark, but now lives in the UK. Kris speaks 5+ languages to varying degrees, and is always looking to add more.

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#1 Language Learning Tip: "A little learning every day adds up, and is way more effective than cramming in big sessions every weekend."

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MosaLingua is a website run by a team of language enthusiasts, always working to improve their language-learning apps. The website also contains a blog that provides a substantial amount of information and resources about learning languages.


#1 Language Learning Tip: "Learn vocabulary with a Spaced Repetition System

The bad news for language learners is that our memory is unreliable. Most of us only remember a small fraction of what we read, which means that memorizing vocabulary takes more than just one study session, no matter how intensely we cram. The good news is that, thanks to technology, there is a way to make sure you actually remember what you learn. It’s a tool called a Spaced Repetition System, or SRS. This tool prompts you to review what you learn right before you're about to forget it. Eventually, words make their way into your long-term memory. Once they’re there, you’re much less likely to forget them. This memorization technique is not only sustainable, but it also saves you a lot of time in the long run since you only study the vocabulary you are on the brink of forgetting."

LingQ offers a huge course library of diverse content, as well as a learning community. LingQ's co-founder and resident polyglot, Steve Kaufmann speaks 20 languages!

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#1 Language Learning Tip:  "Learn a new language using content you love."

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Polyglots to follow

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Kerstin loves to learn languages and she does so much to help others learn too, including co-organizing the Women in Language conference. Her IG is full of inspiration and tips. Also check out her podcast and website!

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#1 Language Learning Tip: "Keep going. The single guaranteed way to fail at learning another language is to stop learning it. This doesn't mean you can't take breaks or go easy on yourself. Everything is learning, including speaking to strangers at a bar!"

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Richard is a veteran language learner, speaking almost too many languages to count. He is experienced in teaching others about language-learning and also co-organizes the Polyglot Conference. Follow his IG for live chats, tips, and updates. Don't forget to check out his blog as well.

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#1 Language Learning Tip:

"Learn SMART:

    Set weekly goals you can      realistically achieve

    Manage your time and plan study sessions 

   Actively think about the language every day

   Revise and repeat what you have done every day

   Test to see if you have met your goals and move on"


Khady loves to educate and inspire others to build their dreams. Follow her as she travels the world working remotely and speaking many languages.

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#1 Language Learning Tip: "With language learning organization is key! The more you will get organized the better you will be able to go further in your target language. Learning a language is neither marathon nor sprint."

Lydia is a frequent presenter and a language mentor, and knows a lot about learning languages, as she speaks several! Follow her IG for continuous tips and learn her method.

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#1 Language Learning Tip: "Whatever methods you choose to learn a language, make sure it's fun for you. If it starts boring you after some time, change the methods. Keep going, the results will come later :)"

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This IG features the cutest printed goods for people who love languages. This includes calendars, cards, bags, and more! You can find the owner of this IG in the Language Lovers podcast.

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#1 Language Learning Tip: "Always remember why you started! What made you say, 'I want to learn how to speak that language!'? Carve it into your memory and remind yourself of it whenever you feel like it's all too hard and you can't be bothered anymore. Learning a language isn't smooth sailing, but a good anchor will keep you stable when you need it!"

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RIP Moses.

He has posted great videos and was an important member of the polyglot community. Be sure to check out his FLR method and his youtube channel to keep his memory alive.

Moses McCormick

#1 Language Learning Tip: "If you're starting the language learning process as a beginner, try to learn the language/s from the beginning as natural as possible."

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Azren is a world traveler, learning 8 languages. He is a super cool guy who also offers free language classes. On his IG, he shares pro tips and tools. Also check out his story at


#1 Language Learning Tip: "Be consistent."

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Youtube Channels to Watch

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Lindie has so many great and helpful videos on her youtube channel. Her IG is also great. She provides innumerable practical tips and shows us exactly how she is learning 12 languages.