Language Links I LoveRead Now
A roundup of the best language stories:
1. Women in Language
Hosted and created by the incredible Lindsay of Lindsay Does Languages, Keristin of Fluent Language and Shannon of Eurolinguiste, this Thursday March 8th, 2018 - Sunday, March 11th, 2018, the Women in Language conference is a unique online event designed to champion, celebrate, and amplify the voices of women in language learning.
I am so thrilled to be a part of this remarkable event and to be able to connect to so many women with unique perspectives in the industry that I love!
I will be speaking live tomorrow about "How to Get Any Job By Selling Your Language Skills" Thursday, March 8th at 4:00 PM GMT/11:00 AM EST/8:00 AM PST
Replays will be available forever! Get your tickets here now.
2. Six Weeks to Speak German
Just announced for pre-sale now!
Get comfortable and confident speaking German at home using an immersive learning approach created by polyglot Nikki Prša.
This small group course is perfect for beginners who would like to learn how to speak German with confidence. If you have never learned a language before, struggled with staying motivated, remember some German from your childhood but haven’t had a chance to speak with anyone or have a language learning goal you’d like to fulfill - you will be able speak German at home tonight with this course!
Sign up below and feel free to message me with any questions!
3. AI is inventing languages we don't understand.
Researchers at Facebook realized their bots were chattering in a new language. Then they stopped it. Do you think they should have stopped it?
4. Lingoda Online Language School
In case you haven't already heard, Lingoda offers online language lessons with qualified native speaking teachers for Spanish, French, German, and English.
Lingoda's goals completely align with Speak at Home Tonight's vision to make learning easier and more accessible to all AND Lingoda is offering €50/$50 off to Speak at Home Tonight's readers/viewers all around the world! Use code: NIKKI2.
5. Lost languages were discovered at one of the oldest libraries in the world.
Saint Catherine’s Monastery, located in the shadow of Mount Sinai in Egypt, is a sacred Christian site home to one of the world’s oldest continuously used libraries.
Thousands of manuscripts and books are kept there — some of which contain hidden treasures.
I got to visit in 2009 and was stunned by the incredible library and their dedication to the upkeep of these truly ancient manuscripts.
Recently found were several intriguing manuscripts written in obscure languages that fell out of use many centuries ago.
Two of the erased texts, for instance, were inked in Caucasian Albanian, a language spoken by Christians in what is now Azerbaijan.
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