When you do study on your own, it can be tempting to try cramming loads of new vocabulary into our brains. While this may be effective in the short term, it is ultimately not the way to develop a long-lasting memory. You should never treat learning a new language the same you would studying for an exam. It’s not enough to just memorize a lot of words. What you really need is a true understanding of them, and you can only get it from actual examples.
4.Watch, listen and read in that language
Languages are so much more than what you can see in books. They are your entrance into new culture, inspiring and exciting world far from yours. Therefore, so much resources can be used as learning experience: from music videos, movie trailers, inspiring talks, great TV shows or even jokes. That authentic, real content can bring closer the whole language system. You should keep in mind that nothing is stopping you from learning a new language. You are ready. Just stay curious and have fun, there is so much to discover!
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