LanguageLearningWiki.org was founded by David S. Clark in 2016 to help individuals, students and teachers excel in the arena of language learning.
Made in collaboration with Language Professors with a Ph.D. and/or Master’s Degree
The main sections of the website feature grammar and verb instruction created and/or edited by language professors with a Ph.D. and/or Master’s degrees. Our Advisory Board consists of language professors from all around the United States. Our goal was to create an authoritative website with language grammar and verbs. A website where professors could feel confident sending their students for accurate information on language-learning concepts.
Why was LanguageLearningWiki.org Created?
Years ago when our founder, Dave Clark, was an adjunct professor of Spanish, he wanted to send his students online to learn more advanced grammar topics that they needed and wanted. However, until this website was created, there really did not exist any extensive, authoritative websites available for language learning. Of course, there was wikipedia. However, nobody knows who the authors of the articles on Wikipedia actually are. In addition, for language learning, Wikipedia articles like “Spanish Verbs” for example are very shallow in content. For example, if you look at present tense verb conjugations, they don’t show all of the irregular verbs or examples or usage of irregular verbs.
David’s background in languages started in 1996 when we taught as an adjunct professor at a local university. David founded a language-learning business that created courses taught in corporations at the university level. He later became the Director of the U.S. Institute of Languages for a period of 18 years. In 2013, David left the language-learning field for three years and now is fully back into it with the creation of LanguageLearningWiki.org.
David is thrilled to work with the best language professors from around the world to provide you, the website visitor, with the best that language learning has to offer from the best language-learning minds in the U.S.
Other Useful Parts of the Website
There is a subsection of the website for learners who want language courses. It is a section built specifically for language learners who want to go through different levels of language courses. Users can sign up for regular email lesson reminders to help them become fluent. For the content, the very best courses on YouTube were researched by 8 interns from France and curated into our language learning wiki language courses for those who want to learn languages with the aid of videos. Thanks to our interns from France who spent a combined 18 months researching the best lessons to include: Paul Lecerf, Nathan Baugier, Jordan Nguyen, Anne Luong, Emeline Rabier, Faustine Tribet, Tiphaine Bordes, and Amelie Tavet. Side note: Jordan and Anne are of Vietnamese descent, but born and raised in France.