Idea 1: Repetition and Practice
Learning a new language is, in many ways, very similar to developing a new skill like driving, or playing a musical. Thus, it is absolutely necessary to repeat and practice several times the expressions, vocabulary , grammar patterns, pronunciation, and so on. Keep in mind, however, that rote memorization helps only with the language forms. You need to move to a higher level of learning by following the next idea.
Idea 2: Context and Personalization.
The ultimate goal of learning a new language is to be able to interact in a specific context using. This is why it is also advisable to think about the situations in which the new expressions, grammar, vocabulary, etc, are used. Consequetnly, it is a great practice to personalize the information you're gaining in your language studies. Always try to talk about yourself, your opinions, ideas, and preferences. Consider that you want to learn to speak a new langauge to let people and the world know about who you are!
Idea 3: Befriend errors
Don't be afraid of making errors. They are just part of your learning process. It's always important to have a positive attitude about them. But, it is also crucial to notice and correct them otherwise they will emain incorrected. Having one-on-one lessons is really helpful in this aspect since tutors can spend all the necessary time to help students correct errors.
Idea 4: Develop autonomy
It has been seen that students who are able to create their own chances to practice the language they are lerning become more fluent. So, try to identify your very personal sources of extra practice to improve your language learning.
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