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.
Language does not exist as a stand-alone being. It is fused with the lifestyle of a people and painted with an array of cultural beauty. The reason language transcends borders is not because of bridging the gap of communication but the gap in intercultural agility. I use the term “Agility” as means of defining how effectively an individual can grasp the cultural shift between worlds.
Japanese is a language that often takes an extensive amount of progress. Even with accelerated programs, learning Japanese can be very different from other types of languages. Picking up the Japanese language however in almost every stage can be an extremely fulfilling task. When you start to master […]
Learn why it’s important to push yourself to your language learning limits and practice intensively if you want to become fluent more quickly.
Within the realm of language-learning, we often find ourselves lost in a flurry of unfamiliar words, sounds, and sophisticated grammatical structures. Thankfully, all of this doesn’t drive us crazy (well at least not to the extent that we think). We face a brief identity crisis which in turn […]