Top 10 Language Learning Blogs 2009

These are the Top 10 Language Blogs 2009 in the category ‘Language Learning’. This category is for blogs about the language learning process, difficulties with or discussion about learning a language. If you would like to find out more on the ranking method click here.

In addition, you might want to check out the top 10 blogs for the other categories as well:

Overall Top 100 | Language Teaching | Language Technology | Language Professionals

1.The Linguist on Language
The Linguist on LanguageLanguage blog for people who love languages or would, but were discouraged.
2.Der Englisch Blog
Der Englisch BlogNew explanations and exercises for the English language every day.
TofuguA wonky Japanese language and culture blog
4.The English Blog
The English BlogBlog covering both old and new Internet resources for learners and teachers of English. Not only reviews and presentations, but also advice on how to get the most out of it.
5.Fluent in 3 months
Fluent in 3 monthsLanguage learning tips from Benny the Irish polyglot, who speaks 7 languages, and his story as he travels the world to learn new ones!
6.All Japanese All the Time
All Japanese All the TimeHow you can learn Japanese (and many more languages) without taking classes, by having fun and doing things you enjoy—watching movies, playing video games, reading comic books—you know: fun stuff!
7.Nihongo Notes
Nihongo NotesLessons and Advice to Help You Learn Japanese ...and a little bit about life in Japan.
larryferlazzo…For Teaching ELL, ESL, & EFL.
9.English Experts
English ExpertsBlog on studying english as a second language online for Portuguese speakers.
10.Becoming a Better EFL Teacher
Becoming a Better EFL TeacherKnow Better. Live Better.

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