Top 100 Language Lovers 2011

The Top 100 Language Lovers is probably the largest competition for language enthusiasts hosted annually by and Lexiophiles. It is aimed at finding the best blogs, Facebook pages and Twitterers with a passion for languages. This year we had the most nominations ever, counting 742 blogs, Facebook pages and Twitterers from all over the world. After our previous competitions in 2008, 2009 and 2010 we are proud to announce the 2011 winners. A big thank you to all participants for sharing their enthusiasm and knowledge with the world. Keep up the great work!

Make sure to check out the Top 25 for each category as well:

Language Learning Blogs | Language Professionals Blogs | Facebook Pages | Twitterers

1.Fluent in 3 months
A site packed with encouragement and “language hacks” about speaking languages as quickly as possible from Benny the Irish polyglot.
2.@translationguy (Ken Clark)
CEO, 1-800-Translate, rated #1 for client service in translation and localization industry, learning from the best in the business going on 20 years
3.Talk To Me In Korean
Korean learning made simple and easy.
4.@lynneguist (Lynne Murphy)
An American linguist in England. This is the Twitter presence of 'Separated by a Common Language' blog.
5.@brad5patterson (Brad Patterson)
EFL teacher
6.@dw_learngerman (Deutsche Welle)
Learn German with our free and fun materials!
7.Der Englisch Blog
This blog provides new English language explanations and exercises every day.
8.@langology (Language News)
Fun with #language, language and linguistic news, links, events, research and more.
9.Ein Blog für Deutschlerner in aller Welt
A blog for learners of German around the world.
10.Teaching Village
Blog made by a passionate teacher, especially about teaching English to young learners.

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, Facebook page or Twitter account is on the list, you might want to add the Top 100 Language Lovers 2011 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