bab.la and Lexiophiles are proud to announce that the competition has officially started and it is time to nominate your favourite blogs/Facebook pages/Twitter accounts/YouTube channels. All the participants of last year will be automatically nominated (you can have a look at the results of the previous editions of the competition: 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014).
You can nominate awesome blogs in the following categories:
- Language Learning Blogs: blogs about the language learning process, both from the learners and teachers perspective.
- Language Professional Blogs: blogs by people using languages in their profession, such as translators or interpreters.
- Language Facebook Pages: Facebook Pages related to language topics, such as dictionaries, translation tools, language lovers communities and more.
- Language Twitter accounts: Twitterers who share content about languages.
- Language YouTube channels: YouTubers vlogging about languages.
The nominations are open until May 24th, 23:59 pm CET (Central European Time). You can nominate your favourite blogs, Facebook Pages, Twitter accounts and YouTube channels by filling out our nomination form here:
[The poll is now closed]
What blogs can you nominate? The answer is quite simple: every blog/Facebook page/Twitter account/YouTube channel with a focus on language. By language, we mean a whole array of different topics such as (but not only): language learning, translation, working with languages, language interpretation, raising bilingual children.
Once the nomination phase is over, we will move on to the voting phase. The final ranking will be based half on your votes and half on our internal ranking. The results will be published on June 17th.
The winners will receive the following fantastic prizes, courtesy of our sister site OxfordDictionaries.com:
#1 Language Lover: one-year subscription to Oxford Dictionaries, a Kindle Voyage & a selection of 10 VSI books
#2 Language Lover: one-year subscription to Oxford Dictionaries & a Kindle
#3 Language Lover: one-year subscription to Oxford Dictionaries & a selection of 10 VSI books
For more information about the ranking criteria and the competition in general you can read the introductory article about the competition. If you have any further questions, just drop us an email: benedetta (at) bab (dot) la.
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