Thursday, August 2, 2012

The Times reviews language tools

The travel section of the NY Times this past weekend reviewed language-learning tools. Hats off to them for giving a shout-out to Coffee Break French (and Spanish), my favorite podcast. If you want more than the one-paragraph the Times allotted to each program, see my detailed reviews of most of the products mentioned in the Times piece here, including much more on  Coffee Break.


  1. Yes, I saw this. Almost made me want to get started learning a language. Notice I said "almost." I wish I had the motivation you have.

  2. Your article about French language is really informative. Everyone should improve their native language and people should take various courses for improving their language. French learner can improve their language skill by taking Language course, French grammar and Vocabulary books , dictionary etc and in this way they can improve wonderful French language .

  3. I'm also learning French. Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.

  4. I am also learning French with a teacher and some apps, mainly Le Bon Mot. It's good, try it!


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