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The 3 keys to language learning

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Hi everyone, my name is Steve Kaufmann. I have achieved varying degrees of fluency in 15 languages, and look forward to learning more. Here is the 3 Golden keys to learning a language.

Visit my blog for more tips, advice, and motivation.
http://blog.thelinguist.com/

The 3 keys to language learning

  1. KEYS THE THREE TOLANGUAGELEARNING
  2. THE FIRST GOLDEN KEY IS THE ATTITUDEOF THE LEARNER.
  3. ASK YOURSELF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: Do I want to learn the language? Do I like the language I'm trying to learn? Am I determined to succeed? Am I happy just to communicate, without worrying about pronunciation or correct grammar? Am I prepared to congratulate myself for whatever I’m able to achieve in the language? Do I believe I can achieve fluency in the language?
  4. IF THE ANSWER TO THESE QUESTIONS IS YES THEN YOU ARE READY TO SUCCEEDAND READY TO MOVE TO THE NEXT GOLDEN KEY
  5. THE SECOND GOLDEN KEY IS THE NEED TO WITH THE LANGUAGE SPEND TIME
  6. THISMEANSENGAGINGWITHTHELANGUAGEITSELF, NOT DEALING WITH EXPLANATIONSABOUT THE LANGUAGE OR EXERCISES THAT TESTYOURKNOWLEDGEANDYOURPATIENCE.
  7. SPENDING TIME IN THE CLASSROOM WITH OTHER STUDENTS WHO DON’T SPEAK THE LANGUAGE, OR WITH A TEACHER EXPLAINING THINGS, IS NOT NECESSARILY THE BEST WAY TO SPEND TIME WITH THE LANGUAGE.
  8. LISTENINGTOTHE LANGUAGEITSELF, AS SPOKENBYNATIVE SPEAKERS, WHETHERIN FACE-TO-FACE CONVERSATIONS, OR LISTENINGTOAN INTERESTINGPODCASTON ANMP3PLAYER, AREMORE INTENSIVELANGUAGE EXPERIENCES.
  9. LANGUAGE LEARNING TAKES TIME. NOT ONLY DO YOU NEED TO SPEND 45 MINUTES TO AN HOUR A DAY, BUT IT WILL LIKELY TAKE MONTHS AND POSSIBLY YEARS TO ACHIEVE YOUR TARGET LEVEL OF COMPETENCE IN THE LANGUAGE.
  10. THE THIRD GOLDEN KEY, IS TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO NOTICETO BECOME ATTENTIVE TO THE LANGUAGE.
  11. WHEN WE START IN THE NEW LANGUAGE, EVERYTHING IS STRANGE AND UNCLEAR. THEN AS WE START TO NOTICE A FEW WORDS OR SENTENCE PATTERNS THAT WE HAVE ENCOUNTERED OVER AND OVER, WE ARE BETTER ABLE TO NOTICE OTHER THINGS IN THE LANGUAGE.
  12. OUR ABILITY TO BE ATTENTIVE, THEREFORE, IS DEPENDENT ON OURATTITUDE; OUR DETERMINATIONAND WILL, OUROPEN- MINDEDNESS THEAMOUNTOF TIMEWESPEND WITHTHE LANGUAGE. 1 2
  13. STEVE KAUFMANN CHECK OUT MY BLOG http://blog.thelinguist.com/

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