If you’re considering teaching English as a foreign language, congratulations. You’ve chosen a career that many people don’t attempt. Although it’s one of the most rewarding jobs imaginable, the truth is that it can be a massive commitment. Of course, if you have a passion for it, then […]
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!).
The fact is that speaking is naturally harder than everything else in the language learning journey. It is also one of the final stepping stones in the journey. When we try to utter sounds we aren’t familiar with, we either butcher them completely or we replace the sound with the closest thing we know by association.
Glossika is a spaced repetition program designed to help the user achieve fluency through audio reps. A rep is similar to what you would do in a gym… only that it’s pertaining to language learning muscle. The idea is to repeat and mimic the native speaker so often that eventually you achieve “fluency”.
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It’s been about a month since I started learning Swahili, and I must say it is much easier than my second tongue (Japanese). The nouns and verbs do this super useful thing where they connect instead of separate to form one word. And the plural and singular devices […]