Good design is at the heart of gamification and learning. To become outstanding designers, we must have a language to communicate our ideas to our teams. Sometimes our gameful design languages (or design approaches) are different and communication suffers. This talk outlines how you can find your primary gamification language and introduces five languages: (1) goals and challenges, (2) quality of content and context, (3) incentives, (4) motivating actions, (5) system mechanics. Each of these present different perspectives on pursuing gameful design, but they are not always distinct – in fact, being able to speak all five gamification languages fluently will make you a better gameful designers. The talk will introduce each gamification design language with examples of how to apply these languages in a gamified learning context. You will be able to self-assess your gamification language and comprehend the language of other gameful designers in your time. If you learn more than your primary gamification language, you can apply these languages to improve your gameful designs for wider audiences.