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The Blog

Some words on Twitter…

April 19th, 2009

Learn10 uses Twitter and the Twitter API in a variety of ways, from  the more complex - sourcing examples of phases used by native speakers -  to simply chatting with members, listening to the conversation about Learn10 and participating where appropriate.

You can find me here; @learn10,  Mike is @widgetyegg and Jan is @janhorna.  We also have a blog account if you just want to keep informed of more official announcements, rather than our general chatter: @learn10blog. We keep our ear to the ground using an RSS feed from a search for Learn10 - which means that we can see when anyone mentions Learn10 on Twitter.

Each language on Learn10 has it’s own Twitter feed - so that members can get regular tweets containing their words.  We really do want our content to be everywhere!

In order to give learners example of the words in use by native speakers, we use content from Twitter. To see this, visit the Learn10 widget and click on the magnifying glass symbol on the right hand side of the word pair. This is one of the features of Learn10 I use every day because it helps me understand the language in a meaningful way.

Finally, we organise a word competition on Twitter called TweetCompete! Simply write a tweet including the hashtag #L10en including all 10 words for that day in their grammatically correct form. This exercise helps the brain process the learning task a little more and will aid your memory in future. You can visit our Facebook page to read more about it.

A quick video presentation about Learn10 on Twitter:

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