The Language Journal​

created by language learners for language learners

The Language Journal

created by language learners for language learners

Behind the Language Journal

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How It Works

Stay consistent by keeping track of how often you study. Create your own calendar and start learning any time of the year.

Learn (and never forget) up to 300 new expressions. Fill out all the sections to maximize memory retention.

Review what you’re learning using the spaced repetition technique — a powerful technique that will help you memorize new expressions long term.

Discover useful tips on how to learn a second language and how to make the most of your study time.

Have fun customizing the blank pages of your Language Journal. Scribble in them, doodle or take notes. 

Lightweight, around 7 ounces (300 grams), and small enough to fit in most bags,  6X9 inches (15X23 cm), so you can carry your Language Journal with you wherever you go.

Share your progress on social media and interact with other language learners so you can stay connected while learning.

Why a Language Journal?

If you’ve been trying to learn a second language for a while, you’ll know learning new words, expressions and grammar rules is easier said than done. The Language Journal is specifically designed to help you memorize new language long term and to help you  keep track of the progress you make.

Who Created It?

Hi, I’m Lara, polyglot, founder of Enbooo and creator of the Language Journal. I have over 20 years of experience learning foreign languages and over 10 years of experience teaching English to adults. Over time I discovered what works and what doesn’t work when trying to learn a second language and now, with the help of other language learners, I put together this journal to make the process of learning new vocabulary much easier and a lot more efficient. 

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* This PDF document includes 10 vocabulary pages (3 expressions per page) and 2 review pages. It does not include the consistency tracker nor the tips that you can find in the official EB Language Journal. If you like using these templates, you can help support this project by purchasing  a copy of the Journal or by buying the creator a coffee.


Absolutely! The structure of the Journal makes it a great fit for any language. 

This Language Journal can contain up to 300 new expressions or words.

Owning a copy of the Language Journal has multiple benefits.

  • On the templates you only have enough space for 30 expressions, while in the Journal you can write up to 300 expressions
  • Printing it yourself won’t necessarily be cheaper, in fact in could end up being more expensive depending on where and how you print it
  • The Journal comes with a Consistency Tracker that’s not included in the templates
  • In the Journal you can also find useful tips on how to learn a second language, while in the templates you don’t
  • With the Journal, all your vocabulary is in one place, which makes it easy to review it and it’s impossible to lose any of the pages 
  • By purchasing a copy of the Language Journal, you help to support this project

Sure. The Language Journal works for all kinds of language (words, idioms and grammar). 

Great question! Context would be the sentence containing the expression that you are trying to learn. Source indicates where you found this expression (e.g. English Vocabulary Booster, ep. 92 or The Simpsons, S3E2). If you want to know more about how to fill out the Vocabulary section, you can check out the Tutorials I’ve prepared for you.

You don’t need to wait for January 1st. You can begin using your Journal whenever you want!

The Language Journal is currently available on,,,,,,,, I am working to try to get the book on other markets as well, but if you don’t see your Amazon marketplace listed here, send me an email at so I can suggest another solution.