What is the best way to learn a foreign language? How to learn foreign language? Those question are coming on again and again.
Despite all the technological progress human made the way we learn languages is not optimal to say the least. We have tons of content, much more than we really need to learn any language, still it takes years to learn a foreign language.
Moreover, even after years of learning many language learners don’t feel confident in their target language. Why is that?
Every language is a complicated beast, if it’s not your native language. We admin it.
There are however few simple techniques that can make the whole language learning journey much more efficient and much faster.
Spaced repetition, sentence mining or story telling are all very good and proven methods but only the proper combination of them all is a real games changer in language learning.
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If you do the right things (and do them right), you can become fluent in a foreign language faster than you think
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