Want to learn more words in your target language? And want to learn them faster?
38 Experts share their most effective vocabulary-building method with you.
Probably the most balanced advice on learning vocabulary you’ll ever find.
Learning grammar — for many the horror of learning a new language.
But does it have to be this way?
Let’s find out in this second edition of Ask the Experts.
20 language-learning experts give super balanced advice on how to learn foreign grammar.
I thought I had it all figured out.
Surrounded by native speakers, probably for ever, there was nothing more I had to do but speaking to rapidly improve my Spanish.
Yep, just plain old chatting would shoot my fluency through the roof.
Or so I thought…
Would you remember more writing something down as opposed to just typing it?
Studies suggest: Yes.
And it makes sense:
Typing is just pushing some buttons, while writing involves creating the shape of the characters on your own.
It’s also slower, which exposes you the material for longer at a time.
So then, I thought, it could work with language learning as well.
And that’s what I wanted to find out, albeit in a humble way.
Wherever you go, be it the internet, a college or a bar, people always seem to pop up advocating their best way to learn a new language.
But does it even exist?
Read on to find out.