How to fit Language Learning into Busy Day

language learning into a busy day

In this article we will learn language learning, productivity and mind set. You come to the right place if you are looking for inspiration and ways to make your language learning process faster.

I am not sure about these statistics, but I hear many times that your brain can only learn 15 new words each day even they are picked from hardest languages that are difficult to learn. This sounds reasonable to me because I think 15 is good to manage and I noticed if I tried to memorize long words list then it will be difficult for me and I get confused.

So the key here is to do less but more consistently, so instead of doing 1 hour a day or 2 hours a week, try to do it in 15 minutes in 3 sections a day.

You can manage by doing 15 minutes in morning, 15 minutes in lunch and 15 in evening. This results better instead of spending 1 hour daily. This is especially good when you have a fix schedule.

15 minutes around breakfast time to yourself where you can review some vocabulary, then at lunch time you can do some active study. In the evening or at night you can listen new episodes and transcribe it, write sentences even you can use a text book in this focus study section. You have to focus on some active study.

On the other day you can review what you have learned the previous day and plan what you will do today.

The other thing to look is, how much free time do you have. By continue your routine learning, you can also utilize your spare time to learn more.

The problem with learning a language is that people complain it’s too difficult or that they aren’t “good” at it. People who are unable to practice the language consistently are the leading cause of failure. Establishing a daily habit will help you achieve this consistency. Changing your behavior is easier when you have habits because once you have them, you don’t have to depend on willpower and motivation.

For a language to be considered native level, one would need at least 50,000 words. The amount of vocabulary that you need to learn to be able to speak fluently is only about 2000-3000 words.

There are a few words in the different languages that make up the majority of the spoken language. It is possible to find these words online as well. While speaking and listening to the language, you will also come across them naturally. You should learn the most commonly used words while ignoring the more complex ones.

Take notes on the vocabulary you encounter whenever you are exposed to the language. Rather than recording the words on a device, writing the words down in a notebook will allow you to spell the words accurately.

In studies, it has been shown that when you write instead of typing, you are better at recalling information. Writing requires a deeper level of mental processing, according to researchers.

Thanks for reading this guide. I hope you found it useful. Put your new knowledge to work by taking action. Build daily learning habits.

Keep on working toward your goal each day, and enjoy the journey as well. You will have to become conversationally fluent as soon as possible if you want this to become a reality

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