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sexta-feira, 15 de abril de 2016

Tips for learning multiple languages

1. Choose a maximum of two languages at any given time.
Learning three languages simultaneously can impair the quality of your learning and ultimately the language core you're trying to build. Two languages will enable you to focus and enjoy the learning experience more.

2. Choose two languages that are different from each other.
Languages that are similar in words and grammar, such as Italian and Spanish, will create confusion. Opting to learn two distinct languages, such as Spanish and Mandarin, will eliminate the overlap and provide a more comprehensive learning outcome.

3. Plan how much time to spend on each language.
Creating a schedule will ensure that you are dedicating enough time to learning your chosen languages. A helpful tool is to assess the complexity of the languages. For example, Spanish can be placed at the 'easier' end of the complexity scale, therefore 20-30% of your budgeted time can be allocated to learning Spanish. On the other end of the scale, Mandarin is a more complex language and may require 70-80% of your time. Or you might opt for a more balanced approach by dividing your time between the two languages more equally, for example 45% and 55% respectively.

4. Study and practise both languages every day.
Daily study of both languages will help reinforce the material you are learning in your mind as well as help to develop your learning strategies. For example, translating between the two languages.

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