Every experienced language learner knows it.
Motivation is hard to come by sometimes.
The best way to obtain it is to have an actual “need” to learn a new language.
But what to do when that need disappears?
19 experts help out.
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.
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.
“A student of mine had missed his class. I wanted to say: “would you like to make up for the lesson”. Instead I said: “would you like to make out for the lesson”. He answered with a smile: “Camille, you should charge much more”… I understood my mistake and we both burst out in laughing.”
Time for another edition of Language Learning Gets Personal!
“I did a little simple math and found that the 20 most widely spoken languages cover about 53% of the world’s population. In other words, if I could speak those 20 languages I could communicate with half the world.”
Welcome to the third edition of Language Learning Gets Personal. This time with Jared Romey from Speaking Latino.