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Language Learning is not just about practical advice and vocabulary and grammar. You have to have the right mindset to learn a language. This is a collection of our articles on the subject.

Learning a Third Language is Easier

Learning a third language is something a lot of people need to do. There’s also conflicting advice as to whether it’s easier or more difficult to learn a  third language than a second. Luckily, the answer is that it’s easier to learn a third language than a second. Neurologically speaking, the more language learning you […]

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Teach English as a Foreign Language: It’ll Help

  The single most beneficial aside in becoming proficient at learning languages is to learn to teach them. Assuming you are a Native English speaker, probably the easiest way to get involved in language learning is to Teach English as a Foreign Language. There are numerous benefits to this approach, which we’ll detail in the […]

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Should I Have Marathon Learning Sessions?

Are marathon learning sessions, or cramming sessions, bad? Common wisdom dictates that you should do a little bit of learning every day, which is not bad advice. It also tends to say that you should avoid marathon learning sessions, and that doing an hours’ worth of work a day is better than doing several marathon […]

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Introvert vs Extrovert Language Learning

Introvert vs Extrovert Language Learning is the third part in our series about the strengths and weaknesses for both personality types in learning. For a full set of tips on each type, go to Language Learning for Introverts or Language Learning for Extroverts. The following article is a comparison. We’ve stated that a great way […]

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Language Learning for Extroverts

Language Learning For Extroverts is the second in a series we’re creating. The first installment was Language Learning For Introverts. In this second part, we’re going to deal with the opposite side of the coin, and cover issues with language learning for extroverts. What is Extroversion? Being an extrovert is simply a state where you […]

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Language Learning for Introverts

Language Learning For Introverts Some introverts claim it is difficult to go out and speak to foreigners. Even though it’s never been easier to find native speakers, it’s understandable that some people, introverts especially, are daunted by the challenge. So we’ve put together a list of tips that’ll help: What is Introversion? Being an introvert […]

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