Online Course: The Elements of English Grammar.

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Several hours of video instruction (plus text) in "the elements of English grammar." Perfect your command of proper English through instruction in correct usage of grammar, usage, and syntax from a real, live college English professor who makes grammar fun!"

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ABC Learning Games for Kids

There are many ABC Learning Games Preschool for kids inside the main app including:

Reading A to Z: Smart phone applications are kid-friendly and are great fun to use. Learning apps provide children an easy way to start picking out their letters. They learn their letters A to Z with different colors and attractive screen displays.

Letters: Kids receive their instruction in ways they instinctively understand. We know that kids don’t like boring English learning games. That is why these apps provide ABC learning games for kids in such an enticing way that children like watching them again and again, even after they already know their ABCs.

ABC Phonics: ABC phonics are also available in sweet musical tones, which enhance the learning ability of children. Such attractive rhymes make it easy for children to learn the ABCs by heart.

Animal sounds: Poems and rhymes having animal sounds with alphabets are also available in ABC learning games for kids for preschoolers. Youngsters learn easily from these types of games because they become familiar with the animal sounds easily.

Learn to write: These apps are designed so that children learn to write equally well. ABC Learning games for toddlers give your children a head start for school.

Fill colors: Colors are always enticing for the kids. These games let children combine the letters with colors to learn to recognize the alphabet.

Draw patterns: These applications allow children to show off their new by making various designs with their ABCs. Match dots: Matching dots is another technique that mobile Apps promote ABC learning by providing entertainment that will make your children forget they are learning the ABCs.

Sequences: Different sequences and patterns are great for helping kids recognize their ABCs. Preschool ABC games offer many fun sequence games for your child to enjoy.

ABC Puzzle Game: ABC puzzle game provides a challenging way for children to use their ABC skills.

ABC Quiz Game: Test what your child has learned with alphabet learning app with this quiz game.


My Language Journal


My Language Journal

By Bill Price 

Learn a foreign language today with the help of this language learning journal. Includes 90 days worth of worksheets to help you plan, organize, and follow through on your language learning goals.

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Book: Positively Productive

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Trisha Collins-Dunbar 

Positively Productive offers a more holistic approach to language learning.

Learn simple, yet very effective psychological techniques that have been scientifically proven for success. Techniques used by the likes of successful athletics, entrepreneurs, and actors.

The workbook focuses on how to apply these skills to language learning to succeed and achieve your goals.


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25 Simple Ways to Make a Difference

Do you think one person can really make a difference in the world? I personally believe so. Here are 25 simple ways you can make a difference to others, yourself and the world...

1 Make a Better World 

When someone informs me that one person can't change the world I always think back to the story of the Hummingbird and the Forest Fire. An extract of the story is below. It only takes one person to inspire others to act. Speak up for what you believe in.

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2 Spread the laughs 

I am not going lie, people can be really shitty at times, but when faced with a situation when someone is talking badly about another behind their back arm yourself with humor or diffuse with a silly story! Life the negative tone to something way more positive.

3 Read and Respond 

What about all those messages you haven't responded to?  Why not take some time out today to reply to them or just send a friend a random message. You never know what a difference that could make to them today.

4 Spend Time in Nature 

Recharge your batteries and take 10 minutes each day for the next 7 days to get out and about. Especially if you work in an office and have been at your desk all day.

5 Help a Homeless Person 

It is sad to see so many people walk by homeless people with no contact whatsoever. Whatever the reason this person is on the streets the simple fact is they are still a person, a son or daughter, maybe even a brother, sister, or a mum or dad of someone. Even if it is just to make eye contact or a smile that recognition could make their day. Okay so it will not solve homelessness, but you may someone who has fallen from society feel connected again.

6 Patient is a Virtue 

"What is that checkout person up to I have been in this queue for half an hour" "I can't believe she is paying in pennies" Take a breath and practice the art of patience. Some people are quick to get annoyed if they have to wait especially if they are super busy. Slow done and be patient because the only person you are hurting is you. Learn to show a little more compassion to yourself and others.

7 Green Fingers 

Why not try a spot of gardening. sow some seeds, nurture them watch them grow and taste the fruits or vegetables they deliver. Something as simple as growing a tomato plant can give a person a great sense of achievement. Plus you are outside (unless you have an indoor plant) getting some fresh air. Bonus.

8 Never Go to Bed Angry. 

This was something often said to me during my teen years. So no matter how annoyed I got at my parents I would always say I love you and 'try' to resolve differences before bed!

9 Make Some Time for Yourself 

It really is important to get some you time. You can't help others if you don't help yourself.

"Your can't pour from an empty bucket" 

10 Recycle and Reuse 

How wasteful are you? Do you recycle? Is there anything you could reuse that you normally throw away? Not only can this save you some money, but you will be helping the planet too!

11 Learn a New Language 

Learning Languages has a lot of health benefits as well as social benefits. Plus when you learn to speak another language it makes you more culturally aware.

12 Set Goals 

If you want to make a difference start setting goals about what you want to achieve. Not huge goals, but little chunks that maybe make up a much bigger goal.

13 Appreciate Friendship 

Do something nice for a friend does not have to be costly. Maybe just chilling out and having an ear to listen and a month to offer encouragement.

14 Random Act of Kindness 

This week do 3 random acts of kindness to some strangers. Could be to 'pay it forward', hold a door for someone or just a kind word. To get some inspiration check out my post 18 random acts of kindness you can do online.

15 Share Your Success 

Often we share our negative experiences, but share some positive experiences and then give credit to those that have helped and supported you. Another idea is to write down 3 positive things each day that has happened to you.

16 Run Some Errands

If you are off to get a sandwich at work ask around to see who else wants a sandwich. If you are off shopping maybe check in with a neighbor to see if they would like something too?

17 Saying Sorry 

Learning to say I am sorry or admitting to your mistakes can be really powerful.

18 Volunteer 

If you have the time to do so volunteer and give back to your local community. Even if is only a couple of hours a week. Find your skills and use them for the greater good.

19 Give to Charity 

Every year I pick a charity close to my heart and raise some money for them. Over the years I have done many things from cutting off all my hair and giving it to a charity that makes wigs, to baking cakes and living off an as little as £1 a day for food. What would you do for charity? It does not have to be a marathon. Even donating a bag of clothing to a charity shop counts or donating to a local food bank.

20 Who Made a Difference to you? 

Has someone made a difference to you in your life? If so why not drop them an email, message. text or letter to let them know. It could be a teacher, friend or even a stranger. If you are unable to thank that person why not pass that insight they gave you on to another?

21 Be Optimistic 

There is lots of evidence that show that people who are more optimistic tend to be healthier and more successful.

"A negative mind will never give you a positive life"

22 Car Driving 

Why not take a break and bike it to work, school, college or university. Maybe even walk for a week? Not only will you improve your fitness, but you once again will be helping the planet too.  If you have to drive then make an extra effort to 'keep your cool' on the roads and be more courteous. Try smiling when driving and you may be surprised how more people seem to let you out. Try to use humor instead of anger.

23 Eat Fresh 

How much fruit and veg are you really eating? Try to take small steps each day to improve your diet. For more information on healthy eating and improving your wellness check out 'Positive Health Wellness'

24 Quality of Life 

What small change could you do today that will improve your quality of life or that for another? It could be to change a lightbulb for an elderly relative or neighbor. Do one thing today that will make a difference to you or another.

25 Take a Break from Social Media or the Television 

If you really want to make a difference then share this article, then turn off your digital devices and get out in the real world and make a difference.

What difference would you like to make to yourself, others or the world? What impact do you currently have?


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Efficient Language Learning 

Bill Price 

At last, a book about time management and goal setting specifically applied to foreign language learning! Whether you are just thinking about learning your first foreign language or your twenty-first, there is something in here for you. Learn more efficiently and find more time that you never even knew you had."

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Book: Pampers to Polyglot: 7 ideas for raising multilinguals like me



Pampers to Polyglot: 7 ideas for raising multilinguals like me 

Tetsu Yung

Pampers To Polyglot is a short book about how you can raise children to become multilingual.

The author Tetsu Yung is fluent in five important languages: English, French, Japanese, Mandarin, and Spanish. And he dabbles in a few other languages, too.

In this book, he describes his childhood experience, how he uses languages in his personal and professional life, his thoughts on the importance of language learning early on in life, and more. He illustrates through 7 simple, effective, and practical ideas how you can replicate his linguistic success for your children.

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Learning Languages with Linguacious™


Linguacious™ Game-Based Flashcards and Posters (with Audio)

The Linguacious™ game-based flashcards are the only language cards in the market that allow you to listen to the native pronunciation of each word from the cards themselves, to play over 8 different games with the cards, and to practice all four language skills separately due to its innovative design. Created by Ph.D linguists, all Linguacious™ products are informed by language acquisition theory.

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How to be More Productive in Language Learning

We are not born with a positive mindset. It is our experiences, culture and religious beliefs that shape who we are.  Although our genetics do influence the chemical makeup of our attitude. All that said being more positive is actually a skill that anyone can learn. It takes hard work, consistency and persistence. There will always be highs and lows that life throws at you. You mould your own perspective and are responsible for your own success.

Remember you shape your perspective and are ultimately responsible for your own success.

By limiting exposure to negativity, focusing more on the positive, offering and asking for help when needed, you’ll feel better prepared for learning a new language. It can be very challenging to remain positive when faced with the challenges that can arise. For example, a language partner might not show, a tutorial may be cancelled or you may not be feeling confident about an exam. These experiences can have a negative result and over time may impact on your attitude for study and make you less motivated. However, it does not have to be that way. You can shape your own response to negative experiences and improve your performance.

Focus on the Postive to be more Productive

Step back and take a deep breath and remind yourself of all the reasons why you are learning the language. Write down all the things that are going well for you. A good idea is to invest in a journal. To get some ideas on how to use a language journal check out this post.

Look for the Good

Many people find it hard to stay positive when faced negative situations. If you are struggling with learning a language, always remember that this difficulty will
pass and if it doesn’t you will adapt your learning to better cope with the challenge. Be grateful for the things that are going well for you.  Honour even the smallest of successes that you have when learning a language.  Noticing and pointing out the good will help you to stay more positive, motivated and will build greater confidence. A positive attitude can also influence those around you. Give thanks when someone makes an extra effort to help you. If you're impressed with someone, tell them. Praise encourages an appreciation and this positive reinforcement back will be returned. Looking for the good can also reduce unconstructive competition and comparison between other language learners too.

Reward yourself

If you’ve just completed a goal, gone up a level in your fluency or you’re feeling
really exhausted, consider taking a break from studying for a couple of days. A long
weekend can improve your productivity and leave you feeling refreshed and more motivated too.

Social Stimulus

Developing relationships with other language learners is one of the most effective ways to improve your attitude and performance. Feeling supported will help you have more fun with your language learning, Reach out and realise the value of study partners. If you begin to feel negative, look to upbeat language learners to put things back into
perspective for you. Language is key to being social and developing people skills is an important part of language learning. Check out the 24 soft skills that are required to be a successful language learner.

Escaping Negativity 

If someone is being rather negative about another language learner refuse to join in. My trick is to turn the conversation around with some humour or telling a story of something else thus changing the topic. Joining in with negativity not only hurts those around you but over time you could develop a 'toxic' mindset too. A toxic mindset is detrimental to your own well-being. There will always be people who like to dwell and suck up positive energy like a vacuum and leak out negative vile. They think that the world is against them and they have a right to have whatever they want with little regard for those around them. They always complain and are quick to criticise others. Be aware of these people and try to avoid them because their pessimistic outlook will start to impact your own. Although sometimes it can be our very own thoughts that are negative check out this post to learn how to manage negative thoughts. 

Setting Goals for Language Learning 

If you say "I want to learn French" that isn't a very precise goal and sounds very overwhelming. Break goals down into smaller more management chunks over a specific time period.  You will find more enjoyment in learning if you’re always aiming to do better. Acknowledge what you can’t change and work on the things you have control
over. Ask yourself what your ultimate goals are? Where do you see yourself in
6 months, five or ten years time? Then ask yourself what you need to do to get there.
For some ideas on goals check out my personal plan for June.


What helps you to be more productive in your language learning?

For more ideas on how to be positively productive when learning a new language check out my new eBook/Book 'Positively Productive' from Amazon now!


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Multilingual Puzzle Books



Erik Zidowecki

Scriveremo Publishing

No one said learning a language had to be boring!

Learning vocabulary can be a long and tiresome process. Add some fun to it with multilingual puzzle books. Spend several enjoyable hours finding the words in each grid and the new vocabulary will slip easily into your brain!

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