Learning to introduce ourselves is an all-time classic that I do cherish. It’s actually one of the first things I do when I start learning a new language, and one of the first challenges I give to my students. Almost … Continue reading Shortcut for beginners
Learning vocabulary is a big part of learning a new language. Don’t get me wrong when I say that teachers shouldn’t waste time with vocabulary during language courses. I don’t mean that we don’t need vocabulary to speak a language, … Continue reading How to successfully deal with vocabulary?
I know by experience that many students start with a bad representation of what they should do during their classes. In fact, there’s a common misconception about language learning, that it’s mostly about memorising vocabulary and expressions. Surely this is … Continue reading Wasting students’ time?
Listening to music can have many benefits to help you learn a language. If you find some music to your taste in the language you’re learning (let’s consider it’s French for this article, but it could be anything), you’ll have … Continue reading Learn better with some music