Judgment Day: Learn German Easily – The Final Report

The second Smart Language Learner case study is over.

It was definitely another interesting journey for me.

I knew very little German and have certainly picked up a lot of things on the way.

So, how did it all go?

Read on to find out.


Learn German Easily: Case Study Report #1

We’re underway!

The Learn German Easily case study has seen its first seven sessions.

How did I do? And more importantly: how did the course perform?

I’ll reveal all the details in this first report.


Learn German Easily – Case Study #2 Announcement

Can you learn German without battling with grammar rules?

Grammatically, German isn’t the easiest language to learn so it would be nice to avoid that.

Well, there’s a course out there that claims it can help you do just that.

Welcome to the second Smart Language Learner Case Study.


Judgment Day: The Final Results for Case Study #1

The first Smart Language Learner case study has come to an end.

On one hand, it’s sad. I’ve had a lot of fun doing the case study.

On the other, it’s exciting because it means I can reveal my final results!

In my first report, the results were great, but only for 30 newly learned words. Will the results hold up now I’ve tried to learn almost 130 words?


A Perfect Recall Rate: Case Study #1 – Report #1

Welcome to the first ever Smart Language Learner case study report.

I’m doing a case study on the Udemy video course: How to Learn and Memorize the Vocabulary of any Language. It’s all about using memory palaces to learn foreign vocabulary.

How did I do in the first week?

All my experiences are documented in this first case study report.


Case Study #1 Announcement: How to Learn and Memorize the Vocabulary of Any Language

So this is it.

The very first Smart Language Learner case study!

Time to put language-learning methods, techniques and products to the test.

I’ll publish periodic status reports that will detail my experiences with the method/product. The case study ends with a final report that will look back at the results achieved.

The first case study is about the following course: