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“Learning the language helped me stand on my own feet in Finland”

January 7, 2015

Francisco Pelluz, 29, first ended up coming to Finland in 2010 as an exchange student because it was “really far” from his home, Seville in southern Spain. Finland’s reputation as an IT country and the fact that Finns speak good English were the other motivators. First he decided to concentrate on improving his English. “It wasn’t difficult to understand people but it was difficult to express my ideas. I understood everything but had a feeling that I’d like to say…

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WordDive – Probably the Best Way to Learn a Language

September 4, 2013

As observed in August, despite the increased interest in vocabulary among linguists, it seems that the new, research-based perspectives on language training have not fully reached the practice of language pedagogy. The WordDive method has been created and developed to answer this need for more effective, modern and user-optimized approaches to second and foreign language learning and instruction. In the following, we will share with you some of the characteristics that make WordDive the right choice for anyone looking for…

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Best Way to Learn Vocabulary? Six Characteristics for an Ideal Vocabulary Learning Method

August 12, 2013

Vocabulary is no longer an overlooked, secondary aspect of language learning. Unfortunately, despite the increase in the field of vocabulary research, it seems that the new theoretical findings have not fully reached the practice of second and foreign language instruction (1). Although both teachers and learners tend to recognize the importance of vocabulary in mastering a new language, there is still an apparent lack of widely applied, efficient vocabulary learning and teaching methods. Some teachers see vocabulary acquisition as something…

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