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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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.
Input is king when learning a new language. When you learn to read French, you will improve your writing skills also.
Do you get FOMO when choosing language learning resources? I do. Every time I start learning a new language I think to myself “Which app will I use?”. Recently I started learning Spanish, so I did some research about which app to use, and of course Babbel is always in
Do you find yourself getting into a rut with your language learning? Does your “get up and go” seem to… well… get up and go? I have been at that point for the past three months with French. I completed the 33rd Add 1 Challenge, all fired up ready to