Welcome to Language Link!

We just launched this website with the goal of helping people learn new languages. The main points of interest right now are the Learn page where you can find various links to language learning resources such as free online courses and the best dictionaries and this Motivation page where we will be posting some of our own articles and various articles from other blogs and websites that are related to culture, travel and learning languages.

We are also hard at work creating an awesome free language exchange mobile application for iOS and Android, which we will launch in the next few weeks. You can find some information about the application on the Practice page and when we launch it we will be sure to let you know through this website as well as our Facebook and Twitter accounts.

We have many exciting ideas in the pipeline for the next few months, so please check back here every now and then to see new exciting additions to Language Link, all of which will have the goal to help you learn new languages!

  • April 15, 2014

    Korea Q&A: How Westernized is...


      Seoulistic is a YouTube channel dedicated to helping people interested in Korea. Whether you love Korean culture, are planning to visit or live in Korea, or just love Korean people, this channel is for you...
  • April 15, 2014

    Follow Your Findings


    Language teachers as well as independent learners often believe that, when it comes to grammar, there is such a thing as a plan. Start with simple rules like X and Y, and then move forward to more complicated stuff like Z...
  • April 15, 2014

    Portuguese Comparatives


    Comparing one thing to another usually involves a comparison word plus a preposition.A comparison word is one of these:superior, inferior, maior, menor, pior, melhor, igual, mais alto, mais baixoNotice in these examples...
  • April 15, 2014

    Traditional Testiscles in Korea?!...


      "Sweetandtasty" is a Youtube channel that's all about Korean language and culture.
  • April 15, 2014

    http://www.youtube.com/user/...


      On her Youtube channel Sharla posts random videos about her life in Japan as a university student, and other things about Japan that she finds interesting. Her videos are a mix of Japanese and English videos...
  • January 31, 2014

    Wordless Wednesday: A Moment at Vre...


     Alison is a woman from the southern US, who now finds herself in the Netherlands, thanks to an Italian boyfriend. She is a native Floridian who has spent time in North Carolina, New Orleans and New York, before...
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  • March 22, 2014

    Namsan Tower & Locks of Love


      "Sweetandtasty" is a Youtube channel that's all about Korean language and culture.
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  • March 22, 2014

    Namsan Tower & Locks of Love


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  • February 13, 2014

    Japanese Garden 日本の庭


      Rachel and Jun are an American/Japanese married couple. They videoblog about Japan and their lives.
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  • January 20, 2014

    Nina veste tutti! / Nina dresses ev...


    Ognuno di noi ha uno stile personale! Tuttavia, mentre alcune persone semplicemente trasudano lo stile, altre hanno uno stile che spesso è nascosto, ancora in agguato nell’ombra dei loro armadi o nascosto sotto i...
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We are currently developing a free language exchange application for iPhone and Android. With the Language Link application you will be able to find language exchange partners, practice conversations and ask questions to native speakers.

Besides the fact that it is a lot of fun to meet and talk to fellow language learners, it is vital to practice communicational skills. Without continual practice and reinforcement you will eventually forget everything you've learned.

Through our language exchange application we will connect you to other language learners across the globe so that you can help eachother reach your language learning goals. Head on over to our Practice page to find out more.