Keeping actively bilingual makes our brains more efficient at relaying information

Christos Pliatsikas, University of Kent There is increasing evidence that bilingualism can affect how the brain works. Older, lifelong bilinguals have demonstrated better cognitive skills in tasks that require increased cognitive control. These cognitive effects are most pronounced in bilingual people who speak two languages in their everyday life for many years, compared to those... Continue Reading →

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Free Live Workshop: Time Mastery for Busy Language Learners

Learning a new language takes time and perseverance. Join Angel Pretot from French Lover to learn how to master the time you have in order to learn languages more efficiently. What you will learn in this live workshop: * The 3 types of time you can use to learn a language * How to find... Continue Reading →

World’s Biggest Online Coffee Morning

On 29th August 2017  Language Learners Journal is hosting an online coffee morning with some of the world's leading and best polyglots and avid language learners from around the globe! The coffee morning is in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support a charity close to the heart of Language Learners Journal founder Trisha Collins-Dunbar whose own father... Continue Reading →

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