Top 100 des amoureux des langues 2017


Les passionnés de langue du monde entier se rassemblent une fois de plus pour le Top 100 des Amoureux des Langues ! Le concours annuel organisé par bab.la et Lexiophiles a pour objectif de découvrir les meilleurs blogs, pages Facebook, comptes Twitter et chaînes YouTube autour de l'apprentissage des langues. Jetez un œil aux résultats de l'édition 2016 ! Cette année, nous sommes heureux de coopérer avec LingQ, Pimsleur et Caseable qui récompenseront les gagnants avec de superbes prix.

N'oubliez pas de jeter un œil au top 100 de chaque catégorie :

  • 1. Español Automático

    Karo teaches Spanish on YouTube with her fun and educational podcasts. The topics range from grammar and vocabulary to idioms, culture and motivational tips.

  • 2. Learn Dutch with Bart de Pau

    Videos to learn Dutch with the focus on vocabulary, proverbs and false friends.

  • 3. Universe Of Memory

    The website is focused on showing different methods to learn language faster as well as on the overall memory improvement.

  • 4. Terminologia etc.

    The blogger is an Italian terminologist and localization specialist.

  • 5. Circa Lingua

    Blog about linguistic strategies for business development. It's focused on how to use languages in marketing and business to increase sales and develop strategies to develop business targeting a different country.

  • 6. Scheherezade Surià

    Literary and audiovisual EN-ES/CA translator, compulsive reader and lover of art.

  • 7. DW - Deutsch lernen

    The Facebook page to improve your German and to become part of the German speaking community.

  • 8. 20.000 LENGUAS

    A bilingual blog of translation and interpreting for students and professionals.

  • 9. Fale em Japonês

    Sarah is a Brazilian young woman and a fun Japanese teacher. Her videos explain in detail the wonders of the Japanese grammar to Portuguese speakers.

  • 10. Entre duas culturas

    Rode teaches German and Portuguese to foreigners and dedicates time to write about the German and Portuguese languages.

Thanks to everyone that wrote, nominated and voted for these blogs! We hope to see you back on Lexiophiles soon, and look forward to seeing your contributions to the bab.la dictionaries.

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