|Stephenor||Date: Wednesday, 2015-12-09, 0:22 AM | Message # 1|
|How to learn any language like Spanish|
聽 What do we have to do to learn a new language like Spanish or any other language?
It is a difficult question to answer. The more one reads, the more confused one can get. Some people recommend method "a," other people recommend method "b" and other people method "c."
Some people who strongly recommend one method can scathingly critique others. This often happens with commercial methods, but occurs with scholarly methods as well.
My questions are:
Is it possible that language learning is actually much more easier than we perceive it to be?
Are we making this much more difficult than it really is?
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My first basic conclusion was simple:
The most important factor is the time you spend on the task.
This is true no matter what method you use. Spending time with the language you want to acquire is unavoidable.
Native speakers are much more skilled than foreign language learners. What's the main difference between them? Time.
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How can you expect to speak a foreign language at an advanced level without spending a lot of time doing so? I think the answer is obvious.
Fine, but what about approaching the language itself? You can spend a lot of time reading Spanish books, but if you want to learn Mandarin it won't help much, since you won't understand the characters at all.
What are the factors that refer to the language itself?
Input and output.
If you want to learn a language to an advanced degree, you will need to spend a lot of time with your target language, specifically with input and ouput.
What is input? Listening and reading your target language.
What is output? Speaking and writing.
What order do you have to use? Does it make any difference?
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Do whatever you feel like. Do whatever you believe you have to do. Follow your feelings.
If you think that starting from the very beginning is the way, go for it.
If you think that eight hundred hours of listening is the best way, go for it.
As long as your approach has input and output, if you spend enough time learning, you will succeed.
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