About

Hello there!

If you haven’t figured out by now, I’m interested in language learning, learning strategies and the like. My languages of interest are:

I speak English, Japanese and Russian at or close to native level. The rest, I’m still exploring and getting to know.

This site is all about language learning strategies – from failure to success –  the overall grind in between – and just post interesting phrases that people may need/ask for.

Note: The site contains affiliate links to language learning products, books I’ve tried and support. This means I can earn a small percentage IF someone clicks and buys – this helps me keep my site up and running. If they don’t, no worries, no pressure but the support is always appreciated regardless.

Like Linguajunkie? Here’s How You Can Help

  • Add Linguajunkie.com link to your site to help others discover us.
  • Buy some language related textbooks on Amazon.
  • Send me corrections of my mistakes. Please include links, pages and what specifically needs adjustment.
  • Join and try out the the online language courses I promote.
  • Send me ideas & requests of things to write about or create.
  • Send me ways of how you study languages. The more detailed, the better.
  • Send free stuff – apps, learning programs & books!

If you’d like to contact me, please leave a comment below or shoot me an email at the address in the image below:

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– The Main Junkie
Linguajunkie.com

  • Zubair Khan

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  • Debbie

    I have a scroll that was given to my husband when he was doing work in Korea in 1956. I’d like to put it into a frame for hanging. Before i do that I’d like to have the letters and words interpreted. My husband knew it very well, as it’s some saying that is beautiful, but I don’t remember what it is. He is now deceased and I would like to know what the scroll means. Can someone help me? I would so appreciate any help I can get.
    Debbie

  • Debbie

    I have a scroll that was given to my husband when he was doing work in
    Korea in 1956. I’d like to put it into a frame for hanging. Before i do
    that I’d like to have the letters and words interpreted. My husband knew
    it very well, as it’s some saying that is beautiful, but I don’t
    remember what it is. He is now deceased and I would like to know what
    the scroll means. Can someone help me? I would so appreciate any help I
    can get.