Yearlyglot Blog (Page: 7)
How To Learn Multiple Languages Without Mixing Them Up
One topic that seems to come up often in conversations I have with language-learners is the subject of mixing up languages in your head.
Parkinson's Law And Language Learning: Avoid It With Daily Tasks
When learning a language, the worst thing you can do is give yourself too much time. Every day that you do not have a task is an opportunity for Parkinson's Law to operate.
Defining Language Fluency: It Isn't Perfection
The word fluency literally means fluid, or flowing. It means you're able to comfortably use a language without long, painful pauses while you try to think of a word.
How To Train Your Ears For A Foreign Language
When learning a new language, I spend a lot of time and attention on training my ears - listening to the language being spoken, and then making sure that what I heard is the same as what was said.
Why Language Perfectionism May Be Depriving Others Of Joy
If I get such joy out of seeing my friends do what they love and do it well, am I depriving my own friends of that same joy when I don't give them an opportunity to see me do what I love?
How I Easily Learned Turkish Comparatives And Superlatives
Who needs a book for vocabulary? Just use the language and you'll learn a lot! Here's how I learned Turkish comparatives and superlatives.
Simple Trick To Make Friends In A New Language
Today I'm going to tell you about a trick I'm using to meet new people, to make new friends, and to hear their language.
Spanish For Beginners: Amigos Detectives By Pat Verano
This reading is from Amigos Detectives, a book written by Pat Verano using simple vocabulary, for students of Spanish.