Top 10 Language Learning Blogs 2010


These are the Top 10 Language Blogs 2010 in the category ‘Language Learning’. This category focuses on blogs about the language learning process, difficulties with or discussions about learning a language. Congratulations to the winners (2009 winners here)!

Make sure to check out the Top 10 Blogs for the other categories as well:

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

1.Fluent in 3 months
Language learning tips from Benny the Irish polyglot who speaks 8 languages, and his stories as he travels the world to learn new ones!
2.Jennie en France
Blog about Learning & Teaching Languages, with a focus on French.
3.Der Englisch Blog
Der English-Blog provides daily explanations and exercises about the English language.
4.Blog o języku niemieckim
Easy German learning online with authentic materials.
5.The Linguist on Language
Language blog for people who love languages or would, but were discouraged.
Learn Spanish through pop culture!
7.Transparent Language
Transparent Language is a leading provider of best-practice language learning software for consumers, government agencies, educational institutions, and businesses.
8.Fluent Every Year
Randy tries to learn a new language every year, gives great analysis of how the components of particular languages work.
9.Le Mot Juste en Anglais
Blog read mainly by French speakers who already have a good command of English but who wish to deepen their understanding of the language and its cultural aspects.
10.All Japanese All the Time
Learn Japanese (and many more languages) by having fun: watching movies, playing video games, reading comic books, etc.

We would like to thank everyone who participated in the competition. Without all of you this competition would not have been possible. If your blog is on this list, you might want to add the Top 10 Language Learning Blogs 2010 button to your blog. Click here if you like to get more information on how the competition works. We hope to see you back soon on Lexiophiles and