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As we covered in the first part, the brain seems to lose some of its natural ability to make new memories as it gets older. While this is simply a part of life, it can also be somewhat annoying if you’re trying to learn a new language. That’s why you should consider adjusting your language […]

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Learning new vocabulary is one of those things you simply can’t do without when acquiring a foreign language. It’s impossible to speak, write, or understand anything without knowing the words, isn’t it? And that presents a big problem for many older language learners, who struggle with committing new vocabulary items to memory. While it does […]

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Everyone knows that the most important part of learning a new language is increasing your vocabulary. You can get by without much of grammar but you can neither speak nor understand a language if you don’t know the words. So, the most pressing point in your progress is to try and memorise as many new […]

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We hear proverbs and sayings from early childhood: first from parents and grandparents, then from teachers and colleagues. Growing older and wiser, we, in turn, share them with our younger and so on. Through that, old proverbs, idioms, and sayings persist, new ones are born and passed down from generation to generation, remaining a significant […]

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As everyone (and their dog) will tell you, learning a foreign language takes quite a bit of effort and perseverance. And that is certainly true. The cold hard fact is that you need to put in the work if you want to see improvement in your language skills. Luckily, however, there are also a couple […]

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Over the last couple of decades, the Internet has slowly seeped into and transformed the everyday life of about half of the population on this planet. Its pervasive influence reaches also into the world of language. Understandably, such widespread technology reroutes some of language into its domain, much like its predecessors did. Of course, the […]

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Whether it’s learning for a university exam or trying to memorise new vocabulary in your target language, any learner can benefit from the spaced repetition technique. Spaced repetition makes you put more emphasis on revising new information and practising it at an increasing interval to make it easier to remember in the long run. While […]

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There are many ways you can make your way to fluency easier. Be it language hacks or creating a routine that works for you, taking advantage of various learning tools is a great way to make learning easier for yourself. But even with all of those tricks, there are a few things no one learning […]

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