As a country that already has the advantage of two official languages, will it be able to seize all the opportunities available?
Having seen a lot of language learners, I am convinced that only motivated learners achieve fluency.
"You can stand me up at the gates of hell, but I won’t back down."
The most important task in language learning, in my opinion, is the acquisition of vocabulary. If we have enough words, we can make sense of what we're reading or listening to and we can somehow express ourselves.
I didn't want to, I HAD to. I had to educate myself so that I could honour my mother's humanity. I informed my mother of every episode along my path of discovery. Her eyes lit up with my stories of cultural awareness. I educated her in many ways. Her humanity became my raison d'être.
Conversation implies a two-way exchange of language. Therefore, reaching a conversational level implies quite a high level
Subconscious language learning is a concept that leading language acquisition expert Stephen Krashen has demonstrated through extensive research, but is still challenged by many teachers. Though there is research to back up this theory that language is learned subconsciously, we are still not aware of how the language starts to stick in our brains.
"It's very healing when you know your language."
"I just don't have time." This is one of the most common reasons people give for not being able to learn languages. I'm now
If you think that creativity will be safe from the automation of everything, you are wrong. It's not a question of "if" creativity