Keep your resolution with Mango’s #31DaysofLanguage

So you’ve decided on your New Year’s resolution – in 2017, you’re going to learn a new language. That’s awesome and we couldn’t be happier for you! But, we know how easily life can get in the way of the goals we set for ourselves. In lieu of wishing you luck, we’re instead declaring #31DaysofLanguage – simple, daily challenges that will keep you engaged and having fun as you move along in your new dialect.

Every day in January will feature a new challenge. All of them are quick enough to do in a single day and applicable to learners of all levels. Some will encourage you to explore new parts of the language, others will set you up for future success.

A few of the challenges will require some social media chops, so be sure to follow Mango Languages on FacebookTwitter, or Instagram and use #31DaysofLanguage when posting about your accomplishment. You’ll see the challenge of the day on our social media channels, but you can also find an overview of the entire month below.

The joy of learning a language is its own reward, but being able to say you’ve conquered our #31DaysofLanguage doesn’t hurt, either. We can’t wait to see how far you go. Click below to start learning a new language today! 

Meet The Author:
Author - Michael Buckenmeyer
Michael Buckenmeyer
Mango Languages' Social Marketing Specialist
Michael is Mango Languages’ Social Marketing Specialist. Between writing, designing, and video editing for Mango Languages’ social channels, you’ll find him practicing his listening skills with Arabic hip-hop.

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