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From our Blog

  • Have Fun with Your Language Learning!

    5/2/2014

    Getting overworked? Is your brain starting to freeze out anything new in your target language? That’s OK! Bearing down on your studies can become a real drag sometimes. So, for our English and French learners (and anyone who wants a good laugh), we present Funny Talking Cats Play Patty Cake. (Just a little lighthearted fun)…  read more

  • Make Your Language Learning Better – Free Demo

    4/16/2014

    As a language learner you’ve undoubtedly tried your fair share of services, books, and online options to get started on your language-learning journey. You may already know that Livemocha is a fantastic place to cut your teeth on a new language. You may also know that Livemocha is a Rosetta Stone® company. What you may…  read more

  • Test Your Vocabulary Skills! Fun With Homonyms

    4/2/2014

    Homonym: a word that is spelled and pronounced like another word but is different in meaning Answer: Bawled Usage:  The baby bawled every night at bedtime. bawl (bôl) v. bawled, bawl·ing, bawls v.intr. To cry or sob loudly; wail. To cry out loudly and vehemently; shout. v.tr. To utter in a loud, vehement voice. See Synonyms at shout. n. A loud, bellowing cry;…  read more

  • Fix Your Grammar [video] – Your… wait… you’re going to love it.

    2/25/2014

    Grammar can be tricky; especially when you’re speaking about English – this amalgam of Latin and Germanic roots that borrows, nay steals words from well… everywhere. (English can be so cheeky.) That being said, sometimes the best way to remember grammar rules is to learn it through the ridiculous. Here’s a great example.  

  • Lyrics And Subtitles Help Language Learning

    2/11/2014

        We all know that watching movies and listening to music on your target language are great ways to expand your vocabulary, immerse yourself on context and content, and familiarize yourself with cultural aspects of the people who have your new language as their first. We always like to share new ways to help…  read more

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  • Learning with the Livemocha Community

    The Livemocha community is made up of language enthusiasts: teachers, language experts, other language learners, and native speakers proud of their language and heritage.  Community members help each other learn in a myriad of ways: they leave comments in response to practice exercises, build mini-lessons within exercise feedback,  have practice conversations via text, video or audio chat,  provide language practice and culture tips, and give much-needed encouragement.

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  • The Livemocha Methodology

    We believe that language is not merely an academic subject but rather a performing art – something that must be actively practiced in order to master. A learner can watch people speak a new language, memorize all of the grammar rules, and talk about the language ad nauseam. But to truly speak a language, a learner must actually try it out with a partner. Real conversational fluency takes good instruction, a dose of courage, and a lot of real-life practice.

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