the merechynist (jess) wrote in linguaphiles,
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Linguathon, anyone?

For anyone who may be interested, a friend and I have come up with the idea of a "linguathon" challenge. The idea is to choose a foreign language and study it every day for one month (we've picked July), while keeping logs of what you study and learn each day. And at the end of the month, you can look over your comprehensive log of everything you learned, and find out just how much you can achieve in one month alone. :)

We have a Livejournal community as well as a Facebook group.

We would love to have any of you participate. If you have any questions, please email linguathon2008[at]gmail[dot]com.

Thanks for reading! :)


P.S. If this is not permitted, please do delete, and I apologize.
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