Yearlyglot Blog (Page: 19)
You Are What You Do
This post isn't just about language learning, but it applies to language learning. The is really a post about everything you do in your life.
Il Condizionale: How To Learn Italian’s Conditional Verbs
Just as with everything else with learning Italian, it turns out that using the conditional tense isn't hard at all, and it's certainly not the complicated matter that people make it out to be.
Various Travel Hacking Tips Every Polyglot Should Know
I took a road trip recently and managed to come up with a few travel hacks that I want to share.
How To Do Language Immersion On Your Own
When people talk about immersion in a language, they usually mean that you go to the country where the language is spoken. Not everyone can do this.
Why You Shouldn't Study A Foreign Language
When people study, they devote elevated, sometimes even intense amounts of attention to a particular topic with the specific intent of high short-term recall. This isn't effective for languages.
Learn Italian In One Year: 9 Month Progress Update
I'm entering the final three months of my Italian language mission, so it's a good time for another update on my progress.
Why You Need To Unclutter Your Life
Clearing out the stresses and distractions in your life is a great way to free up your time and your attention for the things that are important.
Has The Kindle Made Paper Books Redundant?
I've had my Kindle for a few weeks now, and I've used it in a lot of ways, both conventional and nonconventional, and I think I'm ready to report what I've learned and form some opinions about this device.