Learn A New Language As An Adult
This course is designed for those interested to learn the basics of learning a new language as an adult and guide you through your specific language learning journey.
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This course teaches you how to go about learning languages as an adult. You will learn how to find your purpose for learning a language, how to use this as motivation, how to maintain your drive, and how to identify what to learn, what to concentrate on, and how to measure your achievements and points to be improved upon. In short, everything you need for learning any new language!
One of the biggest fallacies in language learning today is the idea that only young kids can learn new languages, and that, once you’ve reached a certain age, you shouldn’t even bother learning a new language. Unfortunately, many of us believe this because we’ve observed this first hand. We learned a language when we were young, or we know someone who grew up with more than one language, but when we try to learn a new language as adults, it seems to be a never-ending process with no improvement.
This course demonstrates:
- Why this fallacy is incorrect
- How you can learn a new language at any age
This course is structured to serve as reference material, as well as a guide for your specific language learning journey, no matter what your native tongue or your source language may be. As such, the material is created to be as actionable as possible. It starts with the basics, delving deeper and deeper into what it means to learn your new language.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned about how you can learn a new language as an adult.
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Section 1 - Introduction
Why “As An Adult”?
This Works For ALL Languages?
Section 2 - Pre-Game
Have You Picked Your Language?
How To Learn (Auditory / Visual / Tactile)
Section 3 - Getting Started: Language Learning Components
Section 4 - Listening
Listening – Speed
Listening – Subtitles
Listening – Songs
Listening – Songs – Verbs
Listening – Commercials
Quiz: Guess What The Commercial Is About!
Section 5 - Speaking
Speaking – Expressions
Speaking – Pronunciation
Section 6 - Reading
Reading – What Can You Read?
Reading – Reward Yourself!
Reading – Change It Up!
Section 7 - Writing
Writing – Online Resources
Writing – Flashcards
Writing – How I Use Flashcards
Section 8 - Set Up Your Schedule
Scheduling – Kaizen Method
Scheduling – Monthly Review
Scheduling – The Long Term
Scheduling – Things To Keep In Mind
Section 9 - App Mania
Section 10 - Your Mistakes
One Baguette Or Two?
How To Deal With Mistakes
Section 11 - Some Theory: Language Structure
Section 12 - Things To Keep In Mind
Things To Keep In Mind
Section 13 - Lesser-Known Languages
Section 14 - Tips And Tricks
Talk To Yourself!
Have Fun With it!
Need More Motivation?
No Such Thing As A Direct Translation
Section 15 - Maintaining Your Language
Maintaining Your Language
Maintaining Your Language: Part 2
Section 16 - My Learning Method
My Learning Method
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