Top 100 Language Lovers 2014 – Nominate your favourite now!

Due to a technical error, we unfortunately did not receive nominations submitted via the form before May 6th 12.00pm CET. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please re-submit your nominations.

After the great success of the last five editions of our Top 100 Language Blogs competition (results for 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013), the bab.la language portal and the Lexiophiles language blog are announcing the start of this year’s contest with the passion for languages being the protagonist: the Top 100 Language Lovers 2014 competition.
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The official hash tag for this year’s competition is #tll14.
As always, we need your help to find the best of the best for the following categories:

  1. Language Learning Blogs: blogs about the language learning process, both from the learners and teachers perspective.
  2. Language Professionals Blogs: blogs by people using languages in their profession, such as translators or interpreters.
  3. Language Facebook Pages: Facebook Pages related to language topics, such as dictionaries, translation tools, language lovers’ communities and more.
  4. Language Twitter accounts: Twitterers who share content about languages.
  5. Language YouTube channels: YouTubers vlogging about languages.

 

The nominations for the Top 100 Language Lovers 2014 competition are open until May 19th, 23:59 pm CET. Nominate your favorite blogs, Facebook Pages, Twitter accounts and YouTube channels by filling out our nomination form here:

Top Language Lovers Nominations

 

Verification

If you wish to nominate the same participant in multiple categories please re-submit the form using the corresponding URL

There are no strict boundaries for your nominations: as long as passion for languages is present, the blog, Facebook page, Twitter account or YouTube channel you have in mind fits into our competition! Just to give you an idea, main topics may include tips on how to learn a language, language teaching, commenting on translations, strategies for interpreters, etc.

Hurry up, the deadline to nominate your favorites is Monday, May 19th! After the nomination phase you will be able to give your vote to the most promising participants of each category. The final ranking will be based half on your votes and half on our internal ranking. Results will be made public on June 12th. If you need more information about the ranking criteria and the competition in general you can find it in the article about how the competition works. If you have any further questions, just ask Leonie: leonie (at) bab (dot) la.

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