Join the conversation with Word of the Day

Be part of the Radio Lingua Network’s latest project by contributing to our Word of the Day project! Each day we’re publishing a word of the day on Twitter and Facebook and we’re inviting you to try using this word in a sentence. Whether you’ve just started learning the language, or you’re an experienced learner you’ll be able to try out your language skills using whichever word we’ve chosen for the day.

For this first week of the project we’ve chosen words with a summery theme, and our Facebook friends and Twitter followers have posted their comments using these words. We’ve featured our favourite posts in our audio review, providing some feedback on small mistakes made and, most importantly, sharing the learning experience with the entire Radio Lingua community.

How to access the Word of the Day

If you’re on Facebook, you can “like” the Coffee Break Spanish or Coffee Break French page. By clicking “like” you will see our daily posts appear in your feed. If you don’t notice them or they don’t coincide with when you’re online, simply visit the page and post your comment there. If you’re a Twitter user, then follow @learnspanish or @learnfrench and you should see our tweets appearing on your Twitter feed. We post the word twice a day, once around 11am UK time, and again around 11pm UK time, so hopefully everyone will be able to pick up one of these tweets! Again, if you miss it, simply visit @learnspanish or @learnfrench.

We look forward to reading your contributions to the project!

3 Comments on “Join the conversation with Word of the Day”

  1. I would like to learn french. I want to start from beginner.
    Could you help me please?
    Wishing you have a nice weekend.

    Best regards

    Fügen

    1. Radio Lingua

      Try clicking on the Coffee Break French step by step logo on the right hand side of this page and you should be able to follow our lessons step by step there. Hope that helps.

  2. Just wanted to say two things. Firstly, thanks for Coffee Break French; it’s great.

    Secondly, is there a way of finding out about Word of the Day if you don’t use FaceBook or Twitter? I hope so!

    Caroline

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