By Tara Afrikaans Ainu Albanian Arabic Armenian Aromanian Assamese Aymara Azerbaijani Basque Belarusian Bengali Bislama Bosnian Breton Bulgarian Burmese Cantonese Catalan Cebuano Chechen Cherokee Chewa (Chichewa) Choctaw Coptic Cornish Cree Czech Dari Dinka Dutch Dzongkha English Erzya Esperanto Estonian Ewe Ewondo (Fang) Faroese Fijian (ITaukei) Filipino Finnish Flemish French Frisian Friulian Fulah Ga Galician Georgian German Haitian Creole Hakka Hausa Hawaiian Hebrew Hindi Hmong Ido Igbo Indonesian Ingush Inuktitut Irish Italian Jamaican Creole Japanese Javanese Kalmyk Oirat Kannada Kanuri Kazakh Khmer (Cambodian) Konkani Korean Kurdish Ladin Lakota Lao Latin Latvian Limburgish Lithuanian Lombard Luganda Luxembourgish Macedonian Malay Malayalam Maltese Manchu Mandarin Chinese Manx Maori Mapudungun Marathi Marri Ngarr Marshallese Mongolian Nahuatl Navajo (Diné bizaad) Neapolitan (Napoletano) Nepali Norwegian Occitan Ojibwe Okinawan Oromo Palauan Papiamento Pashto Persian Polish Portuguese Punjabi Quechua Rohingya Romani Romanian Romansch Russian Samoan Sanskrit Sardinian Scots Scottish Serbian Shan Shanghainese Shona Sicilian Sindhi Slovak Slovenian Somali Sotho Spanish Swahili Swedish Syriac Tamil Tatar Telugu Thai Tibetan Tigrinya Tlingit Toki Pona Tongan Tsonga (Xitsonga) Tswana Ukrainian Urdu Uyghur Uzbek Venda Vietnamese Welsh Wolof Xhosa Yakut Yiddish Yoruba Zulu October 2, 2020
Tara / About Author
Tara is a passionate Taiwanese-Canadian language learner and aspiring polyglot. She speaks French, Mandarin, and Spanish to varying degrees of fluency, and has a basic foundation of Japanese. She is particularly fascinated with researching the most effective language-learning techniques and applying them to her own studies.