I am a great believer in speaking the language right from the start of your language learning journey. Many people have the attitude that first they must learn all the grammar and huge amounts of vocabulary before they could ever be ready to start conversing with native speakers. People are often scared of getting into awkward situations where they have no clue how to express what they want to say, leaving them only with blank expressions on their faces. This is completely the wrong mindset and I’m here to help!
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Here are my top 6 tips applicable to any point in your language learning journey.
- Have a positive attitude towards mistakes - Every time you fail to remember something or don’t understand something at first, embrace it as a chance to learn rather than getting angry with yourself. Frustration will only impede your ability to retain information.
- Do something every day - Like the pursuit of most talents in life, you have to make it a part of your daily life and not a part that you dread.I like to think of language learning as a muscle, to keep it strong you have to exercise it regularly, if you get lazy, your hard work will go to waste. Read More