50% off a 1 year subscription

We here at Silly Linguistics love languages and love talking about them. We decided there needed to be a place writers that love languages can share their stories with the world. So we created the Silly Linguistics Magazine.

You can buy the latest issue buy clicking on the product displayed below.

If you are interested in getting the magazine whenever it comes out and also get access to past issues, you can get a subscription

This month is the third year anniversary of Silly Linguistics offering language media. We first made a comic and soon moved on to make language lessons, a language magazine and linguistics lessons.

To celebrate we are giving 50% off a 1 year subscription to our website sillylinguistics.com

To redeem this offer, select Language Lovers Loot at the Membership Levels page https://sillylinguistics.com/membership-account/membership-levels/

Just use code HALFOFF at check out.

The code will change the amount you are charged and it will give you a year long subscription rather than a monthly one. You will be charged $30 and your subscription will give you access to all the media Silly Linguistics currently produces and your subscription will remain valid for a whole year, no need to pay monthly.

What do you get with a subscription?

You get instant access to all currently available media

We have 9 lessons for German, 17 lessons for Hungarian, 13 lessons for Italian, 18 lessons for Northern Sami, 24 lessons for Old English, 17 lessons for Serbo-Croatian and 14 lessons for Spanish.

We have a magazine all about language and linguistics. We have published 12 issues (all of which you get access to with a subscription) and a new issue is published every month.

Here are some article highlights

Translation and analysis by Rolf Weimar of Iditguovssu (Dawn Light)

Me, myself and I – An exploration of a weird phenomenon in Modern English

An overview of Northern Sami

Untranslateable?

History of “-y” in English

An exploration of the past tense of ‘yeet’

When Writing Gets Hard: The Bilingual Problem

Examine the rationale and effectiveness of attempts in the late 17th and 18th century to rectify the English language

What “yes” and “no” can tell us about how people think

How many languages are there?

Proto Language – Reconstruction and vowel Development

We also have a special publication called Language Lovers Loot where we give linguistics lessons, language learning tips and each volume comes with a chart showing how a specific group of words are related. Find out how “head” and “cape” are related.

We work with writers to put out new language lessons and Language Lovers Loot often. When new ones are released, your subscription will allow you to get them straight away.

Getting a subscription is also a great way to support our endeavours here at Silly Linguistics. If we can grow the business we can offer you guys even more cool stuff.

Have fun and keep learning languages 😀

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