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Everyone is naturally curious about the world around them.
Simply ploughing through a topic and hoping it sticks is not going to work that well. Instead, approach your task by searching...
If you not only want to learn the facts, but you also want to use what you learn, then you need to use the information as you learn it.
Actively using and applying the book knowledge has a fa...
For every question that arises while you are trying to learn something new, do two things:
Learning anything new that is slightly complicated takes time.
It is a marathon, not a sprint. Don't burn yourself out by going all-out constantly.
If you hit a wall or find yourself unable to grasp and apply a specific concept, know that it is all part of the learning process.
There is a solution to every problem, and you can find it. E...
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It can keep you accountable, but it can also lead to a false sense of completeness. One way to avoid sabotaging yourself is to state your goal as a commitment rather than progress towards the finished product.
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Pick a friend who also wants to learn the language. Agree to talk in the target language at least once per day or whenever you do talk.
The friend does not have to be a native speaker. Whenever you are stuck, use a dictionary or Google translate. But, 10% of your time should be speaking with an advanced or native speaker.
If you cannot find someone willing to commit to only speaking that language, hire a tutor.
You can also opt for language exchange with people who want to learn your language.
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