“A different language is a different vision of life.” Federico Fellini There are plenty of reasons to learn a new language, but there are also some valid reasons why you might not want to tackle a new language learning journey. If any of the following apply to you, it might be best to sit this
Keep your face always toward the sunshine – and shadows will fall behind you. Walt Whitman The leaves are changing color, the weather is cooling, and pumpkin spice lattes are back at Starbucks (YUCK). That can only mean one thing: it’s time to cozy up with a cup of coffee and start (or restart) your
Ya chole chango chilango Qué chafa chamba te chutas No checa andar de tacuche Y chale con la charola “Chilanga Banda” by Cafe Tacvba It’s no secret that grammar can be one of the most difficult parts of learning a new language. But don’t let that stop you from learning Spanish! There are plenty of
Although these three French verbs are often overlooked, not only beginners but also students who have been learning French for many years will be happy to discover that they help one learn many other words.
I’m not going to lie, I’ve had a lot of trouble learning French. But it’s worth it! In this post, I’ll tell you some things that have helped me and maybe they’ll help you too.
If you’re a visual interpersonal learner, learn through videos/images in a group setting. You’ll probably get frustrated and lose momentum if you attempt self-study. So don’t sabotage yourself! If you find yourself fitting into many of these categories, try a few out and see where you fit in the most.
Language Learning Challenges suck sometimes. Yeah, I said it! You are learning something new every day, and you’re not allowing your brain to marinate on that information. Change my mind!
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