Dear Language Challenge 180 Friends,
What a wonderful first week of language activities! Your comments, emails and motivation have been inspirational! Thank you for being so involved!
Stay tuned for next week when we will start posting some fantastic articles on Multilingual Living all about language learning. Experts from around the world will give us just the tips we need to stay on track when it comes to learning a new language and/or passing on our language(s) to our children.
Today’s Check-In Activity and our second GIVEAWAY:
- Today’s Check-In Activity: We are going to put you to the test this time around but don’t worry, you will pass with flying colors! The check-in link is here: http://www.multilingualliving.com/language-challenge-180-week-2-check-in/
- Today’s GIVEAWAY! As promised, we are doing a giveaway every Friday (and maybe more often) which is only open to those who are actively participating in Language Challenge 180 (that means you!). Find out what today’s giveaway is here: http://www.multilingualliving.com/language-challenge-180-week-2-giveaway/
WINNER: The winner of our first Language Challenge Giveaway is…. drum roll please…. Sophie from New Zealand! Congratulations! And a big thank you to everyone who entered our first giveaway! Your answers were amazing and fantastic!
Easy access to all Language Challenge 180 pages: Go to http://www.multilingualliving.com, look to the right of the main post and click on the Language Challenge 180 logo. You will be all set!
Missed the first Language Challenge 180 emails? You can find all of our emails here: http://www.multilingualliving.com/language-challenge-180-emails/
Urban youth multilingualism? In case you missed it this week, check out an exclusive article written by Prof. Jacomine Nortier about the way the urban youth of today are mixing languages together in everyday use! It is fascinating! You can find the article here: http://www.multilingualliving.com/urban-youth-linguistic-practices/
See you again on Monday with a new set of activities for the week!