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Rolling Out a New Web Design

We recently rolled out a new web design that we hope you like. Please let us know what you think! Our software still works the way it always has and our team is the same great group of people who make things happen. Enjoy! Brent
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Which Personality Type Does Our Program Work Best For?

We recently programmed a new feature that we should have done way back when we started in 2007. It’s a “Leaderboard” that us see exactly who is studying and how much. After we programmed this feature, we called the people who had succeeded with our program and talked with them. Now . . . 
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Problems? Clear Your Cookies and Cache

We have recently made some configuration changes on our server to keep up with the ever-changing browsers. New visitors are unlikely to notice anything but returning customers may have problems logging in and studying. The solution to this is to clear your cookies and cache in the settings in your browser. You . . . 
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How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

Learning a new language takes sustained work over a longer period of time.  Here’s how I improved my Spanish a lot in the first three months of 2017. There are two common problems with people not achieving their language learning goals. One problem is that their methods don’t work.  Indeed . . . 
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Learn Danish for Your Career — With Our Lessons

When we started Language101.com we did some of our first software development in Denmark. At that time we hoped to get our Danish lessons done quickly, but somehow we didn’t get them done. Finally, thanks to the excellent work done by our language lesson developer David Shoup, our Danish lessons . . . 
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Spanish from Spain Compared to Latin American Spanish

It’s the longest day of the year (June 21) in the Northern Hemisphere, and I am in Madrid, Spain, practicing my Spanish. The delightful thing is that I am having absolutely no trouble understanding the people from Madrid, and they seem to be able to understand me easily as well. 
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