That side of tumblr obsessed with languages
Which learns many languages at the same time
And craves to learn more
Until they know them all
Ladies and Gentlemen, we're the Langblr community.
What can you find in a random langblr blog?
|I forgot about memes but let me say the whole community is a meme itself.|
And that's just a small part of it. Langblr has its own world where you know people according to the language(s) they're learning. Usually, you make your squad up of people who learn the same language(s) as you do or you just follow people because of their awesomeness (this is very common at this community). Sometimes, there's people who encourage you to learn their native language or one of the languages they're learning. In my opinion, the most popular ones are French, German, Spanish and Polish (or that's what my dashboard gets filled up of - I'm not complaining). Thanks to the langblr community, I know I can start learning (almost) any language because it's full of useful resources (bless people who make masterposts) and native users willing to answer your questions as good as they can.
Now, let's see some of my favourites. Click the images to check out the blogs
They all have good posts and are nice people. Whether you're just entering this community or you've been there for a while, I highly recommend to follow them.
As you can see, this is just a sneak peek of how the Langblr community works. But if you really want to get through it, you just have to browse the #langblr tag or the tag of whatever language you're learning/ you want to learn / you're interested in.
This is my langblr account
My languages posts are mainly of Icelandic and Japanese, but I sometimes reblog posts about Swedish and Polish because I also love these languages and I hope to get to learn them someday. In my languages-to-learn wishlist there's also Slovak, but it's usually difficult to find posts about this language.
Hope you liked this post!