5 Biggest Language Learning Myths 4


language learning myths

There are so many myths when it comes to language learning that I decided to make a video to tell you guys the truth!

Check it out and let me what you think in the comments below!

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  • Józef Korneliusz Trzebuniak

    Thank you very much for your tips!
    Yes, I do agree with all of them.
    What works for me is Facebook groups and sites.
    Actually I’ve created 2 for Italian and Spanish.
    And after some time there are more than 5 000 members.
    So you can create a Japanese one 😉 Good luck!!!

    • Hi Józef, thank you for your comment! I’m glad you found the tips useful 🙂
      I’m exploring some ideas related to Facebook groups at the moment – I’m glad this has worked for you!

  • Erik Alfkin

    I think some people do have varying abilities in some areas of language learning. For example, I struggle with listening comprehension. Even in my native English, I often have to focus to understand when people talk. If I am tired enough, it can even sound like a foreign language to me. In addition, I’ve seen others learn more quickly than I when it comes to listening. However, I still agree with your point that it makes no difference in being able to learn a language. Slow and steady progress will win out, regardless of natural ability.

    • You’re right – each person has different strengths and weaknesses and they will end up with varying levels of proficiency in different areas (e.g. being better at writing than at speaking). But this should never be seen as an excuse because everyone is able to make (at least some) progress in the end 🙂