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Blue Noun Language Hub

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With our curated collection of learning resources

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It’s hard finding engaging content to learn English from, especially if you don’t live within an English speaking culture with easy access to English speaking radio and TV. 

Search ‘learn English’ on Instagram and you’ll get bombarded with reels of phrasal verbs and snippets of lessons.

While there are really great, free English learning resources online – how do you find the best ones for you and your learning style – without wasting hours? 

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You need to choose your channels

If you are seeking a path through the plethora of free English content – you want to sign up for our Gem Collection. 

Likewise, if you are specifically looking for English learning resources that discuss art or culture or creativity or collaboration, sign up to gain new language for your creative career.

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Blue Noun’s Gem collection is a rare and glorious gift, from us to you.

Our Gem Collection is a free monthly newsletter of potential learning resources.

We want to send you authentic international sources that can help you learn English, increase your cultural awareness (and help your creative development too). 

Every month, our Gem Collection is mailed out to subscribers’ inboxes. It gives you 4 short introductions, with links, should you wish to check any out. 

Our Gem Collection introduces you to artists and networks, producers and musicians talking about their work, activists, politicians and cultural ambassadors describing change – and much, much more.

It’s a celebration of all things good and beautiful – and it’s free. 

It’s the gift that keeps on giving!

Sign up and every month you will get 4 beautiful nuggets of information, conversation and inspiration: links to shows that you can download or subscribe to, or people/organisations to follow on social media – which means that great content will keep landing in your path, again and again.

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Introducing Monday Morning English

Subscribers to the Blue Noun Language Hub newsletter now get a FREE English lesson every Monday morning.

It’s simple. We’ll post video content on Social Media and
our newsletter subscribers will receive a link to the original video – accompanied by a set of questions to listen out for and answer.

We won’t be publishing the bonus questions anywhere except on our Monday newsletter.

Here’s an example:

 

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