Japanese can be a mystifying language. It’s just so different to most other languages that even just deciding how to learn it can seem overwhelming… but it doesn’t have to be.
“Wait, what?” you may say.
“I made the superhuman effort of clicking on all of two links to find your blog and discover the trick to learn a language real fast, and now you tell me Failure and I have to be chums? You fraud!”
Wait, don’t go yet! Click through to see why failures are not the villains people have told you they are.
Enough has been said about what techniques will absolutely help you learn a language… but what about those that won’t?
Learning Japanese, but think your handwritter kanji could use some improvement? Step right this way…
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!
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 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!
Issuu is a well known site and app through which one can read digital media… but did you know it works wonderfully for language learning as well? Read on to find out how to turn it into a great learning tool.
Just got back from Europe, and I already miss the mental exercise of jumping between languages! My vacation was a very educational experience, and I’d like to share with you what I learnt about staying active in language learning while outside of my home turf.
I was born a linguistic wanderluster, which means I can’t help myself: I fly into a new language’s trap quicker than a bee does into a flower. But how many languages CAN one person study at the same time?