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Can you learn a language laughing?

Can you learn a language laughing?

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The simple answer would be, yes – but not all of it. What you will learn laughing will most probably remain longer in your memory.

Humor and Learning

You should know that humor is important in learning a language. It enables the student to learn new vocabulary in context, it motivates you to want to learn more and it is more enjoyable than traditional lectures.
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3 Methods to successful self-education

3 Methods to successful self-education

Did you know that only 22% of men and 38% of women learn best by reading? The rest learn best through images, auditory, and hands-on experiences. So why do so many people choose to read a book when they want to learn a new subject? Self-education is great, but you need to make sure you’re teaching yourself in the way you learn best (and that might not be through a book). Here are three methods that might help you the next time you want to teach yourself something new.
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5 top tips for learning any language faster

5 top tips for learning any language faster

Learning a new language is a fantastic goal and the sense of achievement it brings every time you further your knowledge is immense, particularly when you get to the point of being able to use your language skills to communicate in the real world.

It’s not an easy thing to do though – often, becoming close to fluent can take many years and a lot of hard work, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t speed up the process by learning smartly. Here are a few tips to help you along:
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Can vocabulary make you become a better learner?

Can vocabulary make you become a better learner?

Can you be a great communicator, without having great vocabulary? Think before you reply……..

You will be really surprised to learn that a really big vocabulary is not necessary in order to express yourself clearly and to move others with your words.
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