Yearlyglot Blog (Page: 6)
Learn A Language That You're Able To Use
The bottom line is, learn a language you're able to use. And that's the most important key to learning: you must use what you learn.
How To Choose A Language That You Will Actually Use
My advice to others has always been to pick a language not for it's features, or uniqueness, but rather to choose a language that you will actually use.
With 2011 In The Books, What Will 2012 Bring?
I won't reveal my next language project just yet, but I can say that unlike this year, my next language will be one that I can much more easily use.
Why I Failed To Learn Turkish
It's clear that I will not be speaking fluent Turkish by the end of this year - even if I were to be amazingly productive for the rest of this month.
Learning Turkish: Update After 6 Months
I haven't been making any progress on Turkish. After six months, I still didn't have anyone with whom to speak Turkish.
The Italian Ebook Has Been Updated
The Italian ebook has been updated to include new suggestions and advice for learning, additional details reflecting my own experiences after traveling around Italy for a month, and a few corrections.
Spotify Language Learning: How To Use It For Listening Content
When I begin learning a new language, one of the first things I do is search out music in that language on Spotify.
Beginner's Guide To Turkish Vowel Harmony
In the simplest of terms, Turkish vowel harmony allows you to leave your mouth in a certain position for an entire word, rather than forcing you to reshape your mouth with every syllable.