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Top Ten Secrets of Learning a Foreign Language: #1

by Dave Clark September 24th, 2010 More

Tip #1 of Learning a Foreign Language:

  1. How to Study – When learning foreign language, avoid cramming which simply does not work. Your brain needs frequent sessions – approximately 3-5 per week that last between twenty and forty five minutes each. If too much is learned at once, your brain may start going into “language-learning overload”. With this in mind, it’s great to set a goal of the number of times per week you will study and a consistent study time for each session. For example, you may choose to study Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12:00 – 12:30 p.m. during your lunch hour, or you might want to study 1/2 hour each evening before going to bed. That’s what I like doing best.

Take Care my friends – we’ll see you back next week for Tip #2!

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  1. maree brownlie
    October 27th, 2010 at 23:13 | #1

    I purchased your Visual link Spanish lessons last year and found them extremely helpfu. As I will be holidaying in France next year I’m keen to check out the Visual Links French course but can’t find purchase details. Hope to hear from you soon, Thanks, Terri.

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    October 12th, 2011 at 11:38 | #3

    this is a great tip, something that has helped me a lot as well is using little windows of time during the day (waiting for a bus for example) using my cell phone with mp3 files or apps has proven to be extremely helpful.

    great tips, thanks!

  4. kasam maharjan
    January 10th, 2012 at 03:45 | #4

    i would like to learn german language .

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    August 17th, 2012 at 05:07 | #5

    thats true and most of people they do mistake on that…
    than you for ur help to me…
    i like this tip…

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