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My target language is French.
Most of the time I spent was with a service by Google where I specify what language I am exposing the service to. Results were severely mediocre. I played different speeds, voices, volumes of native French but the service would only catch a few words in the beginning and then stop.
Looked at services that include installing software on a computer and feeding it audio but was never worth it. Q 1: Did you share anywhere more details of your method? Q 2: Have you tried it with languages other than German [since then]? It took me some time to realise that going in the other direction text to speech also provides the same result.
Why Pimsleur? Expand your menu, increase your scheduling abilities from general to specific, start to deal with currency and exchanging money, refine your conversations and add over a hundred new vocabulary items.
In this phase, more directions are given in the target language, which moves your learning to a whole new plane. Lessons include shopping, visiting friends, going to a restaurant, plans for the evening, car trips, and talking about family.
Reading Lessons begin in Lesson 9 to provide you with an introduction to reading French. In addition, the combined Reading Lessons are included after Lesson These Reading Lessons, which total about one hour, are designed to teach you to sound out words with correct pronunciation and accent. Stop worrying about sounding silly, or assume everybody is laughing at you. Who the heck cares?
Making mistakes is the only way we can learn.
Think back to how many times you had to try to learn to ride a bike or drive a car.. So my advice is simple: Get over your fear of failure. You just have to spend some time watching little kids.
They simply try try and try again. I was right. Instead of putting yourself and your abilities down before you have even started you should talk to yourself in a positive way.
Sure, I get that.
Spending a great deal of money does not equal success unless you are prepared to use all this equipment on a regular basis, and put in the time and effort to learn and practice.
People spend time on things they love doing. Just like those get rich quick schemes, or weight loss schemes, there are hundreds of companies out there preying on lazy people who tell you you can achieve xyz quickly. Do you know how much time that involves? Do you know that neither you nor I have that kind of time?
It takes months and years of hard work and dedication.
Even when my level was fairly decent, when I first moved to Geneva I was working full-time and still taking classes 4 hours a week either before or after work for a total of about 8 months. You can learn a language at any age and I honestly believe from my personal experiences and from people I know that the best age is somewhere between Why this age bracket? I myself am guilty of this sometimes. And persevere.
After only weeks of formal lessons I applied for the Language Teaching Assistantship program for France , where you are required to have B1 level French.
I was totally shocked. In September I moved to a very small town in France to start my English teaching job where I had no choice but to speak exclusively in French. In in Geneva I took about 6 months of French classes and completed C1 level. In September I took a placement test for the language school at the UN in Geneva and was placed in the highest class out of a total of 9 levels , upper B2.
It was the most difficult course I took.
I can understand nearly everything people are saying in real life except some technical terms and slang words. Only once have you realised all the above points are you ready to learn a foreign language. Now while I do have some advantages having grown up bilingual, and having learnt piano more about that below , I also had however, some setbacks.
When I wanted to start learning French I was already way out of university years.
What a load of crap! There are people in their 60s and older still learning foreign languages and good on them! So… How did I succeed? Tips and Info 1. I am lucky because I did grow up bi-lingual. My parents spoke to me in Chinese Mandarin and at the age of 5 I started kindergarten where I started to learn English. I remember being 5 or 6 years old, seeing words on a page and dying to know how they were pronounced.
I always had a thirst for knowledge and I was always a perfectionist and I became very good at spelling.
I loved learning new words, I loved reading and I had to make sure every word was spelt perfectly. Initially my progress was slower than that of my Australian classmates. Afterall, they had at least 3 years head start ahead of me in terms of vocabulary and speaking. But soon I caught up and even surpassed many of them.