“The limits of my language means the limits of my world.”

Ludwig Wittgenstein

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!

You’ve probably heard of the many ways you could learn a language. But have you ever tried learning a language while learning a new skill?

Thirty-one days of absolute madness on my side, how about you? From summoning resources from every corner of the web and my local library to sleepless nights trying to figure out why my writing looks like cursive and less like the Persian alphabet.

I have family everywhere! I consider close friends part of that family, too. Therefore, I’m just sharing a bit about my immediate family members. Nothing major. I’ll leave that for a future AMA.

My day was pretty mellow actually. I had so much to do, and I didn’t have time to go to the library or the post office. The weather WAS nice, but unfortunately I was stuck indoors for the day. BOO!

Weekends are really when I get most of my tasks done. During the week it’s nothing but work, study, work, eat cheese, and then eat more cheese. When making my to-do list, I wasn’t worried about heavy grammar.