We’re coming up on the end of Motivation Month, so I figured I’d finish it by talking about one major source of motivation that has worked very well for me. Read on for more!
I recently had the honor of interviewing Sarah Aberman, one half of the creative team behind a new, powerful tool for people learning Mandarin Chinese. Here’s what she had to say about this new project of hers.
What is burnout? Quite frankly, the one thing you don’t want on your plate when you’re learning a language! Avoid this cruel foe of language learners by learning to recognize it.
It’s hard to believe, but I’m three weeks into my Chinese learning mission and it’s already been quite the ride! I intend to write more on how things have gone so far in a later post, but today I want to share a tool that has been instrumental so far: Pleco.
You may’ve noticed I skipped last month’s Rosetta Stone review, although it doesn’t mean I’ve stopped learning French (just not as actively, as I’m currently learning Chinese). However, I’ve decided to make this my last review because I’m finding it really difficult to find anything new in Rosetta Stone, so I think it’s time to draw to conclusions on this program.
It is quite possible to sabotage your own learning process, so knowing how to steer clear of the things that cause your language projects to fail halfway is essential. Read more to learn how to stay on track!
Today’s guest post, I think, is an essential checklist for anybody thinking of learning this language. Read on to learn more about what the right decisions are for learning Mandarin!
Today’s guest post was written by Paul Mains. In honor of Motivation Month, I asked him to explain to us all just what motivation is. I’m sure you’ve heard the word up and down, but truly, what is it? Read on to find on.