It’s the last post this year :) Thank you very much for being with us, and join us next year! Here’s a summary of what’s happened on our blog throughout 2016, and our TOP 5 posts list. Enjoy!

In 2016 we published 53 lessons/posts (including this one).

They’ve been visited 14,270 times (and counting!), which means each day our posts are clicked about 40 times!

Thank you!!!


Here’s a list of our TOP 5 blog posts this year:


5 Simple Tricks to Remember Everything You Learn | 601 visits

It looks like you really care about memorizing all those tricky words and grammar! These 5 tricks will definitely help you :)


Eddie Izzard – Encore on Computers | 491 visits

This is an old show of Eddie Izzard’s but it’s absolutely timeless! If you haven’t seen it yet, just go ahead. It’s bound to have you in stitches! :)


32 Facts About Body Language | 474 visits

Yes, languages might be difficult to learn but there’s one universal language all of us “speak”. In this lesson you’ll learn what your body tells others, and you’ll also be able to better understand what people are communicating to you non-verbally.


A Day Off | 448 visits

This one is a real surprise! It was published on a day off. It’a a collection of amusing videos from around the Web, all related to the English language and its flavors. If you’re interested in the differences between accents, local varieties of English, or you’d like to see how difficult it might be to learn correct English pronunciation, just follow the link and enjoy!

No. 5

TED Talk // Tim Urban: Inside the mind of a master procrastinator | 423 visits

This post is one of my personal favorites. In this witty talk, Tim Urban shows how life can literally slip through our fingers if we’re unable to manage our time wisely. You still have time to watch it, and learn about the true nature of procrastinating!


And here’s an absolute all-time favorite:

Totally No.1 of all time

It’s been viewed more times than our TOP 5 posts from 2016 combined!!!

TED Talk // Beau Lotto + Amy O’Toole: Science is for everyone, kids included | 2766 visits

Originally published at the beginning of 2014, this lesson has gained enormous popularity. It’s about how kids can participate in real, scientific studies, and how their observations and analyses can meaningfully contribute to the world of science.


Stay tuned, because 2017 is going to be even more exciting!


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And, of course, here’s a zeitgeist video from Google :)