8 de janeiro de 2012

"Using Feelings And Senses To Learn Foreign Languages"

Did you know that the most common and erroneous way that a lot of us try to learn foreign language vocabulary, phrases and expressions is by repetition of the foreign language word/s and the translation in our native language? If somebody reads a vocabulary list in French and wants to learn the word livre for example, they’ll say or think “book…. livre…. book….” and hope it sticks. Likewise, if you were trying to learn “where is the hotel?” in Turkish, you’d probably try to remember it by repeating “where is the hotel? otel nerede?” and then hope that between that and actually using the expression you remember how to say it. I’ve done this so many times before in a lot of languages and it’s always been a highly inefficient method and often a waste of time.

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http://www.mezzoguild.com/2012/01/06/using-your-feelings-and-senses-learn-foreign-languages/

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