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Rocket Languages Ltd
So far in this miniseries on how to learn a language we’ve looked at some simple ways to enhance your language learning efficiency and effectiveness.
In part one we talked about figuring out what your personal learning style is.
Every one of us has certain preferences when it comes to learning. Some like to be told things, others like to read, and others prefer to just get in there and give it a go. And, while we all tend to have a little bit of each in there somewhere, to learn effectively we all need to be learning in a way that suits us best.
You can check out part one here.
In part two we moved on to looking at how to approach learning something as vast and scary as a whole new language.
Lets face it, learning the words to your favorite song is one thing, learning the words to an entire language is something else entirely. Then there’s the grammar, and the culture, and so much more…
As we discovered, the solution is “chunking” and “elephants”, and if you missed it you can find out all about it by reading part two here.
Today we’re going to look into how you can take your language abilities to the next level, no matter what your learning style, or what system you use. Read more
In the last post on how to learn a language we looked at learning styles, and the way your personal learning preferences play a big part in how well a language learning system works for you.
If you remember, we discussed Neil Fleming’s VARK model, and used Alexander Arguelles’ Shadowing Technique as an example.
If you missed it you can check out the post here.
This time I want to acknowledge that a language is a very big thing to learn. Many people make the decision to start learning a language, get started, then get scared by just how much there is to it.
Fortunately there’s a pretty simple way to make learning big things easier (and less scary…).