Trying to Learn a Second Language?
Raise your hand if you’ve ever struggled with:
- Mental blocks where you talk yourself into a negative spiral of “I can’t do this”
- Feelings of frustration and embarrassment when you try to communicate
- Scheduling consistent practice
- A lack of confidence around speaking and a desire to not make more work for others with your unending grammar and pronunciation mistakes
Hand raised? Yeah, mine too. I speak 5 languages. I’ve been there. The good news? You can make the mindset shifts to succeed in spite of these challenges.
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Who is Jake?
I started French, my first foreign language, in 8th grade. I attended public school. My parents are monolingual. I was no more talented than my peers at French.
I also have a bad ear, so I always FAILED the listening comprehension quizzes.
But fast forward a few years and I was playing interpreter for an English-speaking couple at Montréal Pride. What changed?
7 language-learning myths you’ve got to stop believing.
Your most important asset on your language acquisition journey is your mindset.
Just because you’re studying right now doesn’t mean there aren’t any subconscious beliefs holding you back.
Let me tell you a secret…
Rote memorization and constant repetition aren’t the only ways to learn a language.
There are other ways of practicing conversation without waking up at 3 am to make time zones work.
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