Tips for learning a language
A good starting point is to write down your top motivations for studying this language. This is important because it will help you to stay interested later down the road and it will also make it easier to decide what level of fluency you should be aiming for. If it’s just for casual...
How to do tandem exchange
For students that have already learned the basics of a language, doing an tandem conversation exchange with a native speaker is one of the best ways to improve further. Especially for learning how to have real conversations and learn common expressions. It will also help you learn more about the ...
How to turn mistakes into lessons?
The title might be a bit confusing for a lot of readers. Mistakes are usually seen as something negative, that we should try our best to avoid in order not to get told off by our parents, ridiculed and so on. But the truth is that mistakes are some of the best tools a language learner got in orde...
How to become fluent in a language?
One of the most-asked questions when people study a language is “what should I do to fluently speak that language?”. Being fluently and being able to speak the language is two issues that are mostly overlapped. Some are good at reading and writing but still bable like a three-year-old baby. It is...
Practicing pronunciation with your language partner
Record each other
if you’ve ever got corrected by your friend and could not even imagine what difference was between that and what you said, you might want to give this method a shot.
It’s great for comparing your pronunciation to your partners. Hearing what your own voice sounds like when spea...