Many who learn the second language mistakenly believe that they can not learn more beyond this. In fact, the opposite is true – learning languages become easier.
The first language you learn – your mother tongue or mother tongue – is the most difficult one. Trying and failing to learn the first years of your life and learning about necessity – good motivator. Some people are born in a multilingual environment, but most students learn more languages in school attendance or in the later life of the curriculum vitae.
We assume that due to the time and effort needed to learn the second language, we will not be able to learn more languages later. We learn in other languages later in life as a child, but this is not necessarily a bad thing. As we begin to study our second language, we begin to learn and sharpen skills that are not fully utilized in other aspects of our lives. As we are in our second language, these learning skills are improving. The term I love – "we can learn languages to learn".
This results in learning more languages. There are some tricks you can learn in multiple languages, regardless of whether you are learning at one time or one after the other.
Cognates – There is often a vocabulary you learn in a language that knows common words with English or another. This is because the languages are interconnected, or at least mutually lend to each other. Use this to your advantage. When you start learning a language, find a list or collection. It starts not only by extending the vocabulary, but begins to recognize the spelling and pronunciation patterns that apply to this language. A fair bonus is that the list of potential partners grows in every language. For instance
when I learned about & # 39; In Spanish I did not know native English, but yesterday's French word "This is almost the same when we take into account the slight difference in pronunciation
Language Families – Do not forget that many languages are related to other You already have a hard time learning a number of grammar functions that do not occur in English when you are studying in Spanish, such as gender, language, language, and language. nouns and adjectives, and more complex verbal conjugations.When you start studying in French, say, these attributes are of a second nature and will not take as much learning time and effort as you would. In addition, most of the vocabulary will be similar in the example described above The teaching of the related language really reduces learning time [1 9659002] Grammar – Even if you study a language that is not related to one you already know, you can begin to recognize language behavior. This in part means that "I learned to learn the languages". You begin to understand how your language is handled & # 39; different things. You may not know the grammatical expressions of some parts of the speech (although we recommend that you start learning, helping you), but both will know one language and one language to another. Basically, all human languages work on the same principles. In all the languages you learn, you will gain more and more of these principles
Time – This is the greatest advantage of learning a language. Without ever having them, you can spend them for years and years. The biggest leap of learning is the first time. Then the curve slows down, but the most important knowledge that they first worked was completely embedded. The longer you have it and you can continue to use it, the more you absorb it. Now that you learn a different language, there may be some kind of interference between languages, especially if you are in touch with each other, but as long as you maintain your other language, basic understanding will always be there and grow over time. It will not replace one language with another. If you have to go back to the other language, you still are there and come back quickly.
Keep in mind that mastering the language is a lifelong process – no one can really finish learning. So, if you start learning another language, you may not be actively pursuing your previous knowledge, but you will still learn them if you discover yourself or use them to "maintain" them.
Goal Setting – Ensure goals in all languages. It may be easier to add another language if you know it does not have to be really fluent. Maybe you just want to read this language. Then you do not have to deal with the speech and the students. Or maybe you just want some greetings and basic conversations. Forget the heavy grammar. Focus on some conversational skills and learn accordingly.
Maintenance – for me, this is a real trick to learning more languages. I mean I mean it is essential to its long-term success, and I understand it's difficult to achieve. After learning a language, at least the basics, you have to keep it. Use or lose, they say. True here too. When you study a new language, you still have to show yourself to other known languages. As a rule, I like to say 15 minutes a day. Read something, write an e-mail or two on pen sticks, once you've watched a movie or TV show, listen to some music, etc. Then, if you need some material, vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation are not so far away from you. If you have not used it for 6 months or 6 years, I can assure you that it will not come back easily.
Of course, this problem is that 15 minutes less time for each of the known languages is new to study. I think this is what sets the limit on how many languages we can effectively learn . There is nothing that would prevent us from learning more, but without this knowledge being used regularly, fresh, it promises us. Then replaces a language with a fresh one. I do not think we can learn this language.
I have a short list of the first priority languages I focus on. I look forward to being a lifelong hobby, so I'm not running. I also have a much longer list of languages in different languages. I doubt that I will never achieve my goals in all these languages, but I'm sure I will reach at least some of my goals.
If you really enjoy learning the second language, then perhaps you may consider a third or fourth or more. You may think ahead and wonder if you can do it. Come up with the list of priorities, set some goals and go to it.
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