Top 100 Language Blogs 2010 – Vote for Language Learning

UPDATE: Voting is now closed. The results (and winners!) will be published on Friday (May 28). Check back then!

Here are all the Language Learning blogs that have made it to the voting phase (read more about how the competition works).

Click the radio button next to the blog name you want to vote for and click ‘vote’ at the bottom of the poll!
You can vote only once in each category.

Vote for your favorite Language Learning blog!

Total Voters: 7,666

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Other categories: Language TeachingLanguage TechnologyLanguage Professionals

View the full list of nominations for Language Learning.

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Thanks and remember to check back on May 28th to find out who the winners are!
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31 thoughts on “Top 100 Language Blogs 2010 – Vote for Language Learning”

  1. Can’t wait to see how this goes!!! Last year’s one was so much fun 😀 😀
    Vote for “fluent in 3 months” [Yay!]

  2. Wow, and an HONOR it is to have 37 Languages nominated with all of these awesome blogs! Congratulations to everyone, I can’t wait to see how it turns out!

  3. I’m happy to have made the list 🙂
    …..don’t vote for Benny though, vote for ‘language bubble’ hohoho 😉

  4. I have been on alot of sites to learn thai but when I found LEARN THAI THE BONS WAY on youtube I found her to be an exciting and enthusiastic teacher who clearly loves to teach her native language, shes fun outgoing and in person not just a voice with words on the screen, for me Bon makes learning Thai an absolute pleasure. So vote for Learn Thai the Bons Way and then visit her on youtube or at Bons blog at you won’t regret it. Good Luck Bon.

  5. is the new way forward.

    The staff is extremely friendly and helpful, and they do their best to help their students as well as their teachers.

    Being one of their teachers, I highly recommend the site to learn languages, perhaps I am biaised! Nevertheless, whenever I have needed their assistance, as a teacher, Lynn and Shira have been more than happy to help.

    Any student out there trying to learn any language, I recommend Learn2lingo.

    And to you, Shira and Lynn, thank you for your help, and your guidance.


  6. The best!!! Actualidades has everything any teacher may need to keep a class learning a second language, in my case: Spanish. It is entertaining. It is appealing to all students. The crossword puzzles and the puzzles are excellent and didactic. The instrument that Zach uses in doing so it is clearly spelled out in one word: AMAZING!!!!

  7. Vote “SCC English”
    I wish my level of English would be a little bit higher in order to benefit more from this wonderful blog!

  8. Please vote for Deutsch ist Klasse .It’s a interesting blog for people that want to learn German ,for students and for pupils.It’s a GREAT blog.Thanks for votes !

  9. Viva l’italiano! some linguists say Italian may be the mother tongue of all Western languages. It certainly may be the most loved–and lovable.

  10. Hello, voteu el bloc angles escola esplai esta molt be i es molt divertit.

  11. O blog Inglês no Supermercado ajuda você a ampliar seu vocabulário a partir de embalagens de produtos vendidos em supermercado. Como muitas das vezes você já conhece as palavras, resta entender o significado dessas palavras que estão na embalagem a fim de ampliar sua cultura e vocabulário.

  12. I’m flattered for my blog to be nominated, although I’m not sure if I’d really call it one of the 100 best langugage blogs on the Internet… yet. It’s only been going for a few months now.

    I voted for myself, of course, but what I really think is the best language blog out there is All Japanese All the Time. Funny, inspiring, and a cogent argument for a method of language learning that is miles ahead of anything you can get in a classroom.

  13. Congrats to my fellow nominees–and kudos to us all for taking the time to share what we are learning about learning languages!

  14. Thank you all for the votes and comments!
    Results are going to be published on the 28th
    Good luck to all

  15. What criteria are you using to decide on the top 100? I see that obviously after that it is up to a vote, but I think it would be interesting to know what makes a good language blog and also what people are looking for. Useful info to newer people on the web who are trying to build resources. Regards.

  16. A very good idea is to summaries many of Language Learning blogs in a favorite vote list. It wil dure for month to check all these famous blogs in their usefullness for my translation works.

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