Language learning and FSI course guides

Writing about the FSI Course materials

In just one year, you could be speaking fluently a foreign language - without any formal course just self-study. I will show you how in just a few easy steps.
Understanding a foreign language is hard! It takes a lot of listening practice. But I have here some excellent techniques to conquer your audio comprehension.
FSI language difficulty - want to find a language to learn that's in the easy category? Maybe you want to give yourself a challenge and learn the hardest?! These are the easiest and hardest languages for native English speakers to learn!
How do you decide which language to learn? Maybe you already know - due to a love interest or a necessity at work. If not, come and explore with us which language would suit you best!
Wow, these 14 reasons to learn a language tell it all. If you were ever unsure about learning a language, these 14 reasons tell you why you should.
The headstart courses are different from the FSI courses, being produced by the DLI (Defense Language Institute). The format is different as is their purpose. Here is a study guide to help you best tackle the headstart courses.
I have used many language apps/websites over the years. But this one site keeps me coming back for more because it's so effective.
Stop these bad language learning habits! - 21 habits you should avoid.
If you could choose, would you rather be fluent, or have native-like pronunciation? What are the differences? Here's how to improve your fluency and pronunciation!
They're not fun, nor sexy, but they work! The FSI learning drills, how to use and get the most out of them.
Learning a language requires you to learn and retain a large vocabulary. A lot of people struggle with this, but there are some tricks you can use to make this more effective.
I want to share with you one of my greatest finds for learning a language. A YouTube series that has a wealth of natural street dialogue. It's very entertaining and helped me get on top of German from the very start.
Here I discuss the means to be a successful language learner. How do people learn languages? What traits do they have that make them succeed where others fail miserably?
Here I discuss my short-term and long-term plans for the FSI language courses, the web application development and creation of new course materials
Taking an in-depth look at the pros and cons of using FSI language courses. Are they worth using? What is bad about using such old courses?
There are 4 different types of courses produced by the FSI/DLI. Basic, FAST, HeadStart and Programmed Introduction. What are the differences between these courses? Here I will explain the differences.