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Learning Japanese and Russian on Lingualift

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If you’ve ever had the burning desire to be able to speak a new and different language, especially an exotic one like Japanese then I highly recommend you check out Lingualift for a few good reasons.

Lingualift is a language learning program that offers Japanese and Russian and you pay monthly for the service. I subscribed for the Japanese course and so far I’ve done the first few lessons. Because of my teaching practice that came up, I had put my Japanese learning on hold but I really did find Lingualift to be useful and valuable.

Let me tell you this straight, if you stick with Lingualift and gained mastery (that means internalise every lesson) you WILL become fluent! And putting your money where your mouth is, is a very strong motivator.

The course is structures as a series of lessons that go from scratch to fluency and are broken down into tasks. I found it helpful to take down notes from what I was reading on Lingualift. And at the end of each is fun little reward like a cat video hahaha.

One of the best features of Lingualift are the language mentors available to chat with on Lingualift. Honestly, I would join Lingualift just to chat with the lovely Marta who is enthusiastic and bubbly.

Click on this link to get onto Lingualift directly and see what it looks like for yourself: https://lingualift.com?tap_a=4510-9de2ca&tap_s=83077-61d063

You won’t regret signing up, believe me. 😉

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