Yearlyglot Blog (Page: 4)
Learning A Language? Here's Why You Need To Read More
As I worked to learn Italian, one of the things that improved my understanding the most was reading Pinocchio from cover-to-cover in Italian.
How To Overcome Confirmation Bias In Language Learning
For those not already familiar with confirmation bias, it's that all-too-human tendency to favor information that seems to confirm the beliefs you already have.
Don't Compromise Who You Are And What You Stand For
The most important lesson starts with defining for myself who I am, and then not compromising that for anyone or anything.
You Can Learn Languages Easier Now Than In School
In my experience, it seems most people wrongly observe the pace of their learning in school and equate that to their expectations over all.
10 Things To Know Before Buying Rocket Spanish (Review)
I tried, tested and reviewed Rocket Spanish over an extended period to see what kind of Spanish results it could give me. Here's what I discovered.
Hardship Makes You Stronger
If there's one lesson I've learned in the past year, it's that our hardships give us strength. The tough times make the less tough times easier.
This year's first language task is to renew my attention to the German language and bring my skill up to a reasonable level of fluency.
Anyone Who Calls Language Learning Easy Is A Liar
Compared to many of the things you do on a daily basis, language learning really isn't any more difficult. But it's also not easy.