There Could Be Better Ways for Starting to Learn Foreign Languages
As a Chinese who grew up in central China, to be sincere, I have been suffering a lot from learning Indo-European languages such as English and German. As a matter of fact, Chinese (Mandarin) is very much an analytic language which lacks inflectional morphology almost entirely, and most words consist of either one- or two-syllable morphemes, especially two due to the very numerous compound words. (source: Wikipedia) And in Chinese, words don't usually change in forms to express different time points or periods (past, now and future), different numbers (singular and plural), different cases (German - Nominative, Akkusativ, Dativ und Genitiv), i.e., words generally don't change.
The Guardian - A Well-Designed News Website
From my perspective, The Guardian has a really well designed website which organizes news information clearly. Therefore, this article would focus on the information organization aspect of The Guardian. (And, personally, I do think The Guardian also has high quality contents considering the selection of words and expression relatively to its competitors.)
English Core Vocabulary - The Words Necessary to Know
This is a reading note of Core Vocabulary: *The English Words You Need to Know* published by Melanie on October 29, 2012 (see source #1) and *The OEC: Facts about the language* published by Oxford Dictionaries (see source #2).
Reading Vue Source Code - The First Note
Since long, I have had the idea to implement my own frontend utility library to relieve myself from repeated boring stuffs. However, I know I was still not knowledgeable enough to make a move those times. And now, there have been quite a few frontend libraries which fully implement what I once wannted. Among them, React, Angular and Vue stand out. Personally, I think React and Angular are just too good and powerful to learn and Vue could be one really suitable source for learning since it is in fact at the beginning developed by one developer, Evan You. Yeah, kind of like holding the idea, better to learn something easy at first in oder not to get oneself overwhelmed and discouraged.
Statistics of German Words Derived from Ding
Ding is a Dictionary lookup program which also contains a German-English dictionary (more than 345,000 entries) released under GNU General Public License by Frank Richter.
German Dictionaries - Ding and BEOLINGUS
The Most Up-to-Date: Overall Introduction
An Introduction to Feed Subscription and RSS
If one want to keep updated/up-to-date with some information sources, e.g., one blog, one news website or one SNS account, there could be some methods such as subcribing via e-mail, subscribing on the specific platform.