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Funny story: New App Helps You Learn A New Language In As Little As Two Years

New App Helps You Learn A New Language In As Little As Two Years

A new phone app on the market next month enables you to learn and speak a new language fluently - to native speaker standard - in as little as two years, it has been claimed. The app - DIY - explores a revolutionary new method of learning, which,...

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Funny story: Man from Carlisle Learns American Vulgarism

Man from Carlisle Learns American Vulgarism

Carlisle, UK - Local man, David Clarke, 35, recently learned the American vulgarism, "junk." Friends are amazed by his natural ability to pick up and use such an odd American euphemism. "I learnt it from Elizabeth, who is the funniest person o...

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Funny story: Review: Language tapes

Review: Language tapes

As the Spoof's foremost reviewer I get to review some cool stuff. This month I was sent three Lingo language packs: German, Italian and Spanish. I would quite like to have learned Chinese, just to find out what the people in the Chinese Chippy were saying about me. I've never been very good at learning languages though. I even with English struggle. Lingo packs come in three parts. These are:...

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Funny story: "Rest is Best" Memory Study Confirms "Jellyfish Hypothesis"

"Rest is Best" Memory Study Confirms "Jellyfish Hypothesis"

A new study by Psychologists at the University of Jutland claims that having a break after learning something might help the brain to remember it. Even a short rest might prove useful, the new research headed by Professor Jens Convolvulus suggests...

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Funny story: Experimental preschool creating near geniuses

Experimental preschool creating near geniuses

The experimental preschool Head First uses the latest research in neurobiology, cognitive science, and learning theory to accelerate the development of children in its care.

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Funny story: Memories are made of this

Memories are made of this

Seattle based neurologist Mark Fisher has caused a media frenzy with the forthcoming release of his highly controversial lost memories program.The program claims to not only retrieve lost memories but to create new memories which can be used as a powerful shortcut to learning.The program which is still in its early stages will be rolled out fully over the next 3 to 5 years.The program if succesful...

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