English Grammar Explained
Just wanted to say what an amazing resource this is! As an ESOL teacher with an enduring fear of higher level grammar… this is the answer. I actually have it sorted out 🙂 The memory course is giving me so many ideas to help students retain the language we practise in lessons. Thank you.
Melanie
ESOL Teacher from Winchester, UK

French
I have thoroughly enjoyed your site. It’s amazing the immediate/positive impact your info has had on my finally making progress on learning this beautiful language. The handouts are steady companions, btw. I have recommended it to my classmates as well as to others. I am/continue to be an enthusiastic fan!
Susan
Learning French

Organized, structured learning
I really like this site and your teaching techniques. I’m confident I can learn a language this way as it appears to be done in an organized fashion with the emphasis on structure. I’ve always just floundered around learning before because it didn’t really teach the rules and that’s something that is important to me. I’m working on learning about the “memory palace”. Memory has always been easy for me but it’s waning some as I’m getting older. (I’ll be 50 in a couple of months).
Tom
Learning French and Spanish

Facing language challenges head on
A great overview of language in all aspects and how it works. Gain an understanding of grammar in a universal sense of what it accomplishes and how to study effectively. I wish I had taken this course 5 years ago. I’ve struggled through lots of these things in the past without coming across anyone who had good ways of summarizing it. If you are the type of person who has tried learning a language in the past and struggled with grammar or spent years without progress this could be for you. The first 4 of 10 lessons cover language structure, after which, you will have the ability to analyse any language and know what areas of the language will be required for you to focus on. Well worth it if you want to learn fast, face language challenges head on or just have fun learning a little bit more about linguistics.
Ross
Civil engineer and language enthusiast, Montreal, Canada

Turkmen for academia
I was introduced to Aaron’s course by a mutual friend back in 2011, what a fortuitous occurrence! The following year I began learning Turkmen, a language not widely spoken outside of the former socialist republic, Turkmenistan. Formal training in Turkmen is not available in the UK, so I have since relied on the Linguisticator lessons in combination with textbooks acquired ad hoc on the internet. I was initially skeptical of Linguisticator – how much could I learn about Turkmen from a language course not discussing any specifics of this strange, Turkic language? But I began working my way through the lectures which, I soon realised, would not be so tough as the lessons were engaging and fun, with the information on how a language is constructed clearly presented. By the end of the course the most startlingly change was to have, for the first time, a firm grasp of the English language. This basic understanding of how my own language works was crucial. It gave me the tools to decode the functions and processes I had undertaken without thinking when crafting a sentence in English. Breaking down the component building blocks within a phrase into the small, constituent parts allowed me to begin finding their Turkmen equivalents. Rather than seeing a daunting mass of information, I could now disaggregate Turkmen into manageable segments, fitting each element into an overarching logic that made sense and was, most importantly, easy to remember. I really cannot recommend Linguisticator highly enough, especially to anyone pursuing self-study or who is confronted by an obscure language. I came away from this course having learnt two languages – Turkmen and my own!
Cara
Learned Turkmen for Cambridge PhD

Learning Italian
I’m very interested in learning a language this way and I’ve improved a lot from doing the Core Course Linguisticator provides. I have Italian lessons at school, but I’m not very happy with the way they teach it there; in fact, the classes made me lose interest in Italian. I like how on Linguisticator every topic is divided in several videos – it gives you time to digest the information. It’s also very informative how Aaron is explaining the map. It makes it easier to remember everything the way you have the whole grammar compiled on one piece of fabric. The thing I’m most grateful for, though, is that Linguisticator has given me back my interest in the Italian language, which had vanished during the long lessons at school!
Maria
Learning Italian

Becoming a Translator
The best compliment came from my husband (who is a native speaker of English, and was skeptical about the course at first). He has seen my progress closely not only in my language skills but also in social skills. When I got a job offer to work as a freelance translator/proofreader, he was the first one to say “this is all thanks to Linguisticator.” This proves to me that my progress has been seen as a success by many and also by my harshest critic.
UPDATE
I’m writing today to say thank you (for the millionth time) for creating the Linguisticator course.
I feel that I have finally arrived at the fluency that I had imagined when I started 3 years ago. I started feeling this way about 2 weeks ago, and the memory course definitely cemented in what I’ve come to know to be true. I had another “Aha!” moment today, but this time was with French and it was so exciting.
I feel as though I’m my own teacher equipped with the Linguisticator tools. I’m surprised to look back and see how much I was able to accomplish last three years. I’m not only talking about my ability to speak the language, but also what I can do when I can effectively communicate with people around me. I don’t know why I’m so surprised when it has been my goal all along the way, but I guess I didn’t know how it feels like once I get there.
I left out the details, but I just wanted to send one last update on my English/Linguistic training. Last update doesn’t mean that I’m finished learning because now I have even higher goals, but as for achieving the fluency I was hoping to achieve, I have been able to do that. (I was thinking of this diagram when I wrote this.https://linguisticator.com/perception-of-advanced/ — a long way to go still.) I would repeat myself if I keep sending updates about my training. So thank you again for guiding me and inspiring me for the last three years to be a better communicator. I’m looking forward to what this continued path brings in the future! (And thank you for the encouragement to keep studying français!)
Kozue
Native Japanese speaker, improving English and learning French and Hindi

Accessible Audio Format
The best testimonial is always success. Shruti recorded for us a section of our Italian vocabulary builder after doing our free demo. She’s never studied Italian before and only used our review video specially formatted to make it easy to get the vocabulary and pronunciation down quickly. Have a listen – for a complete beginner, it’s quite impressive!
Shruti
Learning Italian

Learning Italian
I’m very interested in learning a language this way and I’ve improved a lot from doing the Core Course Linguisticator provides. I have Italian lessons at school, but I’m not very happy with the way they teach it there; in fact, the classes made me lose interest in Italian. I like how on Linguisticator every topic is divided in several videos – it gives you time to digest the information. It’s also very informative how Aaron is explaining the map. It makes it easier to remember everything the way you have the whole grammar compiled on one piece of fabric. The thing I’m most grateful for, though, is that Linguisticator has given me back my interest in the Italian language, which had vanished during the long lessons at school!
Maria
Learning Italian