Top 25 Language Learning Blogs 2013

These are the Top 25 Language Lovers 2013 in the category ‘Language Learning’. This category focuses on blogs about the language learning process, language teaching, difficulties with or discussions about learning a language. Congratulations to the winners (2012 winners here)!

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

Language Learning Blogs | Language Professionals Blogs | Facebook Pages | Twitter accounts

1.Talk To Me In Korean
Learn Korean with free lessons, make friends around the world, and ask questions about Korean and Korea.
2.Fluent in 3 months
Language learning tips from Benny the Irish polyglot, who speaks 7 languages, and his story as he travels the world to learn new ones!
3.Quero Aprender Alemão
If you are Brazilian, Portuguese or learn German through English, you will find this blog useful with its different answers to the questions and difficulties typical of Portuguese students.
4.The Everyday Language Learner
An amazing resource: blog, coaching, resources and more. Aaron puts out calls to others about their success stories, gathering a community of language learners around him.
5.Angela Maiers
Angela has developed special techniques for learners and founded her own company. Putting Learners and Learning First.
6.Blog o Francji
A detailed blog with tips, resources and materials about France, the French and the French language.
7.Blog de Español
This is a good resource and blog to practice Spanish and download material with excercises and more to improve your Spanish skills.
8.The Polyglot Dream
Taking a unique approach to languages, Luca says they cannot be taught, only learned. Through his blog, he shares the language passion necessary for this learning to be possible.
9.Hacking Chinese
This website is dedicated to unveiling the mysteries of learning a language in general and about learning Chinese in particular.
10.Tae Kim's Blog
Tae writes his thoughts on learning Japanese, Chinese, and Korean. The focus will be on useful information for those learning Japanese while posts about Chinese and Korean will be more from a learner’s point.

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 2013 button to your blog. Click here if you’d like to get more information on how the competition works. We hope to see you again soon on Lexiophiles and