How helpful are language magazines when you study languages?
language magazines for many languages
Do you pursue ambitious goals in language learning? Then you should do everything to keep your learning motivation high. Language magazines will help you, the content is up-to-date, informative and versatile. On top of all they support you during your vocabulary training. Here we give tips and have some examples for you.
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Language magazines are very useful as a supplementary texts for language learning because they put more emphasis on informative, comprehensible content than on the formality of textbooks. The texts are not as long as they are in novels and not as challenging as they are often in daily newspapers. They are designed for all type of learners - from beginners to advanced. They all can find suitable texts for practicing the language.
Especially the article length are intended to motivate the learner to deal intensively with it and thus the new vocabulary is presented in a easily memorizable context. A language magazine is also fine to read in a relaxed atmosphere, so learning a foreign language can make more fun. It's completely up to the personal preferences of whether the classic paper edition or the digital version is preferred.
Here are the main advantages of learning with language magazines:
- Language magazines have interesting, up-to-date content and make appetite for reading and learning.
- The monthly periodical supports you actively staying on the ball
- Photos and illustrations help you learn and remember
- Thematic content helps to get to know the culture, landscapes and people of the country or the countries of the target language
Out of the many publishing programs we selected the products of the German Spotlight-Verlag, because we received many positive reader feedbacks. In addition to the learning support for each article and specific grammatical topics, the relevance, informative content and content variety are particularly praised.
Note: In the products of "Spotlight" the explanatory texts and references are in German language. They are therefore primarily addressed to German native speakers. Only the magazine "German Perfekt" is made for readers whose mother tongue is not German ;-).
If you are an advanced learner (from the B2 level onwards) and you would like to read an established weekly magazine, you will find a list of the most popular German magazines published by Fluentu.com:
- 10 Best Magazines for Learning German
- 10 Great Magazines That'll Change How You Learn English
- and also from the publisher Scholatic Classroom Foreign Language Magazines For Kids
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