Yearlyglot Blog (Page: 39)
Why You Should Stop Trying To Learn A Foreign Language
I'm not kidding. Stop trying. If all you're willing to do is try, you'll be happier and better off if you just stop now.
Updated Goals For Learning Italian
When I started this blog, I made a point that it is important it is to have clearly defined goals by which to measure success, and then I laid out some goals for this year.
How To Learn Numbers In Any Foreign Language Easily
We encounter numbers all day long, but numbers are among the most strongly linked words in a native language. Even after years of only speaking English, we still find foreigners more comfortably counting in their native languages.
How To Use Google Reader To Learn Languages
I like to make the sites come to me. It's so much easier this way. If you're not familiar with Google Reader, it's an RSS reader.
How To Learn Italian Vocab From Andrea Bocelli
A few days ago, we discovered a way to use music to learn a new language. Today, we're going to try it out first-hand.
Italian For Beginners: Describing Possession
Now that we understand noun gender and articles, the next thing to explore is possession, and the adjectives used to describe it.
Your Self-Consciousness Is Holding You Back From Fluency
What is the one thing that holds people back more than anything else? The answer is self-consciousness.
How To Use Music To Learn A New Language
There are many excellent ways to train your ears, but the two easiest ways are also the two most obvious ways: music and movies.