Language learning is one of the most rewarding activities, but it seems like a lot of students give up too quickly because it’s also a challenging task to master a foreign language. Official stats confirm the decline in foreign language instruction as researchers at the Modern Language Association found that US-based colleges lost 651 foreign language programs from 2013 to 2016.
While it is true that it’s difficult to fully comprehend a non-native tongue, the fact remains that most people don’t even give it a real try because they approach language studies the wrong way. They focus on theoretical aspects of the process and forget the most important part, which is to actually speak the language.
It’s a huge misconception that discourages many students eager to acquire new language skills. For this reason, it is necessary to understand common language learning mistakes and learn how to stop studying and actually begin using the language. Our post will show you 13 ways how to do it. Continue reading
Sitting down to watch a film is one of the more enjoyable and effortless ways to improve your language skills. You do not have to understand everything that you hear to follow what is happening and to enjoy the film. You can watch something you are interested in that you can engage with. Thanks to the power of the internet, it is a great way to learn the real language without being in the country where it is spoken. Here are 7 reasons films help you learn the language: Continue reading
The best way to learn a language is by finding a way to study that you enjoy. Most people enjoy watching television and films anyway so why not combine this activity with studying your target language?
Lingopie does just this – it is an app that combines watching TV with learning a language. In this blog post we will look at how you can learn a language by watching TV and also how Lingopie works. Continue reading