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.
Having written last time about how the wrong impression of memory can prevent you from learning a language, today I’ll be sharing a memory-improving strategy with you.
And the best part is that there’s nothing extra to learn, no techniques to master, and you practically don’t have to change your language-learning activities at all.
Have you ever noticed how certain behaviors repeat themselves?
You try to learn a new language and the same things derail you again and again.
Or you promise yourself to do at least one language-learning activity each day and the same kind of thoughts and feelings prevent you from actually doing it.
The Internet contains a lot of junk! Sifting through all of it is a pain.
Luckily, there´s a also a lot of good stuff floating around.
And even better, I’ve done the work for you selecting 5 of the best, most interesting articles for you to read.
There’s that sensation again. That burning feeling.
The feeling of being powerless.
You want to study but can’t even think straight.
You feel overwhelmed. It doesn’t seem that you’ll hold out for much longer.