Tips for learning a new language

  1. Write things down and take notes during class.
  2. Don’t be afraid to talk because you are afraid of making a mistake. If you are not making a mistake, you probably aren’t trying something new.
  3. Language teachers don’t have a magic wand to make you be fluent in another language.
  4. There is no quick, be-fluent-in-30-days trick. Do not fall for that trap.
  5. You will have to put in a lot of work into learning a new language, but that doesn’t mean that your path cannot be enjoyable.
  6. Don’t be detoured from your learning path by people who are impatient with your speech progress.
  7. Don’t feel pressure from other people to speak faster. Take your time and speak clearly. 
  8. Don’t equate speaking fast with speaking well.
  9. Ask for correction. Ask friends, and if you feel comfortable, colleagues, to correct your language.
  10. Relax! It’s a process. You will have weeks where you can see and feel the progress, and weeks when you feel that your learning has stagnated. This is all normal.

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