Top 100 Language Blogs 2010 starts today – Nominate your favourite blog!

UPDATE: Nominations are closed. Vote for your favorite blog here!

Check all nominated blogs per category here:

Language Learning
Language Technology
Language Professionals
Language Teaching

We can hardly believe that one year has passed already. How time flies! After our competitions in 2008 and 2009 we are starting our third annual Top 100 Language Blogs competition today. As always, it will be hosted by the bab.la language portal and the Lexiophiles language blog. Once again we ask you, our fellow bloggers and language enthusiasts, to help us find the best 100 language blogs for 2010.

If you know a great blog related to languages you have come to the right place! The blogs you nominate can be about learning a language, tips on how to learn a language, language teaching, commenting on translations, presenting new language learning technologies or blogs by professional translators. There are no boundaries set as long as languages are involved. Our aim is to find the best language-loving bloggers on the web.

The nominations for The Top 100 Language Blogs 2010 are now open until May 11 23:59 hours German time. Nominate your favourite blog by sending an e-mail with the blog’s URL to priscila (at) bab (dot) la or just leave a comment below.

You have the chance to get to know new and interesting language blogs and the bloggers have the opportunity to gain a whole new group of readers. There are also some nice prizes for the winners!

The deadline to submit your favourite blog is Tuesday May 11, so hurry up! After the nominations phase you will be able to vote for your favorite blog. Results will be announced on May 28. If you’d like to know more about how the competition is run please visit our how the competition works article. If you have any further questions just ask priscila (at) bab (dot) la.

The official hash tag is #tlb2010.

Good luck!

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138 thoughts on “Top 100 Language Blogs 2010 starts today – Nominate your favourite blog!”

  1. Hi!

    I would like to nominate:

    http://translation-blog.trustedtranslations.com/ – You will find tips, advice, and all kinds of information both for translators and translation buyers written by all those involved in the exciting field of professional translation.

    http://blog-de-traduccion.trustedtranslations.com/ – Aquí encontrará consejos, recomendaciones y todo tipo de información, tanto para traductores como para compradores de traducciones mediante artículos redactados por todos los que participamos en la apasionante actividad de la traducción profesional.

  2. Hi,

    Although it was nominated last year, I would like to recommend again my blog Algo más que traducir (http://algomasquetraducir.com), in which I talk about my experience as an English-to-Spanish translator and give some tips for translators.

    I am looking forward for the voting phase!

    Cheers,
    Pablo

  3. Time is getting close… this week I started adding the language blogs I read to blogline. Below is my list of general language learning blogs:

    http://languagegeek.net/
    http://www.towerofconfusion.com/
    http://babelhut.com/
    http://gbarto.com/multilingua/confessions/
    http://www.babystepstofluency.com/
    http://www.foreignlanguageblog.com/
    http://www.streetsmartlanguagelearning.com/
    http://www.omniglot.com/blog/
    http://freestylelanguage.com/
    http://languagescraps.blogspot.com/
    http://www.alljapaneseallthetime.com/blog/
    http://www.fasterforeignlanguagelearning.com/blog/
    http://www.thelinguist.blogs.com/

    I realise that most will be on your list already, but if even one isn’t, then it will have been worth adding these here.

    (I’m in the process of adding more… but as time is getting close, these will have to do).

  4. Hi. I’ll like to nominate the following blogs (mainly to do with Korean)

    1. http://www.talktomeinkorean.com – an excellent site offering free podcasts/lessons
    2. http://languagebubble.com/ – blog on learning language
    3. http://creativityjapanese.wordpress.com/ – learning both Japanese and Korean
    4. http://koreanasitis.wordpress.com/ – korean learner
    5. http://lyrynne.wordpress.com/ – blog on Korean
    6. http://hangukdrama.wordpress.com/ – my own korean learning journey (:

  5. Hi,

    I would like to nominate senoritainthecity.com

    Its written by a high school Spanish teacher in a NYC public school. Very inspiring and helpful to teachers!

  6. Hello Priscilla,

    Thanks for your mail. We are delighted to be nominated for this edition 2010.

    And in french now : Bravo pour votre initiative. C’est chaque année bien intéressant.

    Best,

  7. @ Vincent: Merci beaucoup!

    Thank you all for taking some time to nominate blogs for our competition. Today is the last day for nominations. The voting starts tomorrow. Good luck!! 🙂

  8. I’d like to nominate a publisher’s blog for a change.

    The Oxford University Press English Language Teaching Global Blog (http://oupeltglobalblog.com) may be relatively new, but it already has a lot of useful resources, hints and tips, teaching methodologies and (my personal favourite) interviews with top OUP authors.

    It’s not there for promotion, it seems to genuinely want to offer people something they can take away and use. OUP are even inviting people already in the blogosphere, as well as aspiring bloggers/writers, to write guest articles for them. And there are rumours of an upcoming writing competition. This could be a great opportunity to create a name for yourself if you’re wondering how to tap into the world of ELT/EFL blogging.

    This is definitely one blog I’ll be following closely as it expands and develops over the coming months!

  9. Now that the nominations are closed, I’d like to start voting. But where are the voting lists?

  10. Hi,

    I would like to present this new blog: http://www.enitaliano.com

    It’ s made for spanish mothertongue who want to learn italian!

    I know it’s maybe too late for this year for add it to your list, however I wanted to present it and maybe it will be part of next year’s list!

  11. Handy list Thx.
    Quite useful for being in touch with other language service professionals.

    David

  12. Cool competition.
    What a shame I haven’t heard about this earlier.

    Otherwise I would’ve founded a fifth category “language entertainment” or “lingual failures” with http://www.fehlerleser.de. 😉

    Cheers, looking forward to next year’s edition.

  13. I think this one http://www.flickr.com/photos/ianjacobs/183690588/ because it just highlights the importance of accurate language translation. If you are going to translate something from one language to anther don’t depend on unreliable sources. For work we use a translation agency to help us communicate with all our oversees clients and they product accurate document translation for various languages.

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