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How people react when they receive language stickers as a gift

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If you are reading this article then you might be considering getting a gift for someone who is learning a new language. So what I’ve done here is to give you some idea of how people react when they receive language stickers as a birthday or Christmas gift.  We will be looking at kids, teens and adults. I’ll detail their initial reactions, uptake of the product as well as later feedback on how they used them. This information was gleaned through feedback from past customers as well as our own experiences in giving language stickers as gifts.  Kids Honestly, the first...

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Top 7 best (and 3 worst) gifts for people learning Japanese in 2021!

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Let’s start with what to avoid. You might think that by getting these gifts for your loved one that you are showing that you care about their language learning and are being thoughtful. But in actual fact, you need to be very careful in buying these particular gifts because the chances of you getting it right are very slim.  1. Textbooks. Textbooks are not so generic so as to be applicable to all language learners. ‘Beginner’, ‘Intermediate’ and ‘Advanced’ can be very subjective terms, especially for a gift buyer who has not learned that language before. Unless you are sure...

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How to get the most out of your language stickers in 5 easy steps!

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5 quick and easy steps to take your language learning to the next level!

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7 Reasons Why Language Stickers are Better than Post It Notes

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Using sticky notes is an old, proven method which can absolutely work. But, we identified some issues which we tried to remedy with our stickers and we now believe we offer some distinct advantages that might be worth considering.

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The Science Behind Language Stickers

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We found that language stickers combine three core elements of vocabulary memorization: spaced repetition, determinism (learning through context) and flashcards.

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