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    Top Tips for learning a new language

    Prioritise intensity

    This is one primary reason why so many people take language classes in school and often never remember anything. It’s because they usually only study 3-4 hours per week, with the classes are separated by multiple days.

    Do classes suit you best?

    Learning classes in general tend to move at the pace of its slowest student. Another issue is that language learning is a fairly personal process as everyone naturally learns various words or topics easier than others, therefore a class is not going to be able to address each student’s personal needs as well as necessary.

    Have you established your goals?

    Before you even begin to learn a new language (or start on anything new really) you need to have your objectives, targets, goals or whatever you want to call them, set up and sorted out beforehand, otherwise you’ll just stumble through the learning process with no real understanding.

    Keep a pocket dictionary on you.

    When practising or applying your new language skills, it could certainly help to have a small dictionary on hand as a back up and to assist with remembering any words or phrases that may have slipped your memory.

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