3 Reasons Why Slang Is Used In Spoken Language

3 Reasons Why Slang Is Used In Spoken Language

Ever came out of a really intense language class only to hear native speakers of your target language say something you are completely unfamiliar with? Slang is without a doubt a major part in language learning, some people call it “colloquialism”, others call it “jargon” – but for simplicity sake, we’re going with “slang” today. Let’s face it, no matter how hard we try to learn a language there are always some things that manage to slip between the cracks. Continue reading 3 Reasons Why Slang Is Used In Spoken Language

Language Learning: Classroom vs Solo Study

Classroom Vs Independent Study There are advantages and disadvantages regarding learning a language in a classroom versus attempting to pick up a language on your own with independent study. To ensure that you choose the most efficient process for language learning, here are some pointers! Classroom experience: With a classroom experience, you can get the same type of structure that you might be used to … Continue reading Language Learning: Classroom vs Solo Study

Kanji With Heisig: A Method To Leaning Kanji

Ever wish there was a method for learning kanji that didn’t involve hand cramps and migraines? Well, you’re in luck if you’ve stumbled upon this post…provided you have a bit of imagination. RTK stands for Remembering The Kanji, it is a learning method designed by James Heisig.  It’s designed to be a fully loaded series designed to help you memorize all two thousand essential kanji in a short span of time (3 months even!). Continue reading Kanji With Heisig: A Method To Leaning Kanji