The intermediate plateau is a common phenomenon experienced by language learners who have progressed past the beginner level, but are not yet fluent. At this stage, students may find that their progress seems to slow down or stop altogether.It can be frustrating when it feels like the process requires a
The GoldList Method. Some love it. Some hate it. Some say there is no way it can work. Others, including polyglots swear by it. So what is it about the GoldList Method that works for language learning, and what might not be so efficient? Introduction To truly conquer a language,
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It can be difficult keeping up the motivation to learn languages, because anything worth doing takes time, and languages are no different. This tweet appeared on my twitter feed a while ago… I guess I lost my motivation to learn languages. 😥 I mean I thought I was taking a
High frequency words lists are powerful tools for language learning, allowing you to focus on the most common words and phrases in a language. By using these lists effectively, you can quickly build a strong foundation of vocabulary, helping you communicate with greater ease and fluency.
I hear this request “Help me how to learn a new language!” all the time. I am a member of many online groups for language learners, and I kid you not, every day I would see this type of post come up several times… “I am a speaker of X
It can be difficult to communicate clearly when we are learning a new language. Some of us are shy, or maybe just not confident with talking to people when we only know a little vocabulary, but we still need to know how to get our point across and let others
I am not a big watcher of television. In fact, for the past ten years I haven’t even had a television connected to an antenna in the house. However, I do watch media entertainment. My main source has been through YouTube, and I have fairly narrow interest areas. Mostly I
I happened across a great site yesterday – News in Slow French! A fantastic site with current news articles and accompanying (slow) audios! They exist in many languages – Linguistica 360 Inc. publishes them in French, Spanish, German and Italian, but I also found similar sites in Dutch, Portuguese, Chinese
Just had to come and have a brag – just had my third conversation session (once a week for three weeks now), and it went SO well! My partner actually said he saw a difference between the first and second week as well, but the difference between last week and