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Tandem Blog: Tandem tips
How To Remember New Vocabulary
Learning new vocabulary is made easy when you have a partner to chat with. But how do you make sure you remember all the new words?
A guide to our Language Levels and the CEFRL
At Tandem, we believe in productive language exchanges, where two people learn equally from one another. That’s why we’re bringing Language Levels to Tandem!
How to Find an Internship Abroad
Want to do an internship abroad? StudyQA share some advice about how to find interesting internships and what goes into the preparation process!
5 Tips for Your Next Winter Vacation
Whether you’re visiting the Christmas markets in Germany or skiing in Whistler, here are Tandem's top tips for your next winter vacation.
How to Recognize Your Language Breakthrough Moment
Breakthrough moments happen in all areas of our lives. Here's how to recognize when you have reached your language-learning breakthrough moment!
Prost! Santé! Kanpai! 8 ways to say “cheers” this Oktoberfest
Get a taste of the Oktoberfest lingo! Learn how to say "cheers" in 8 different languages and the dos and don'ts of toasting around the world.
Making the Most of Work and Study Abroad Programs
For those about to start a work or study abroad program, Tandem shares advice on how to make the most out of the experience!
How To Say "Thank You" In 20 Different Languages
Ever wondered how to say thank you in Spanish, French, or Arabic? We ask our community to share the best way to say thanks in 20 different languages.
Top Tips for face-to-face Tandems
Now with the added opportunity to meet a Tandem partner who lives nearby, here are our tips to get the most out of your experience and staying safe!
5 excuses for not learning a language - DEBUNKED
We debunk the top 5 excuses for not learning a language, and show you why now is the time to get started with so many tools at your fingertips!
Native vs. non-native speakers: which is best for language exchange?
Language exchange is all about helping each other through sharing languages. But are native speakers the best people to help you reach your language goals?
12 Amazing Female Language Bloggers You Should Follow
This International Women's Day, we're celebrating the talented bloggers and vloggers whose language learning journeys give us inspiration every day!