The language hacking guide claims you can be fluent in a language in 3 months.
Actually I don’t believe it.
Even if you are fluent in a language, that does not mean you can express your messages completely, or you ‘ll understand what they are telling you thoroughly.
This guide is addressed to whom is very passionate about learning foreign languages.
If you are already studying some foreign language, probably you are employing already some of the strategies that this guide suggests.
It is worth mentioning that this guide focus mainly on speaking.
When it comes down to improving speaking, be aware that you have to employ some strategies that sometimes clash with common sense like for example: do not study grammar.
Even though I’m really skeptic I’m going to give it a try. Hey, the guy who wrote it speaks at least 8 languages, therefore I prefer to learn from someone who has achieved something rather than someone who teaches just her mother tongue.
Moreover he is Irish and it seems he speaks a decent English as well I like also the fact that this guide focus on the approach and mentality of studying a foreign language.
What is the common mentality when learning a new language.
I can talk for myself but I guess a lot of people would agree with me.
First, I tend to focus on what I do not know.
Second, I tend to focus on what I do not understandand I tend to put me down when I fail to remember some word.
Well, I would say that this is a terrible natural approach that I need to change in order not to end up frustrated for the rest of my life.
What is a better artificial approach that brings you more happiness and joy in the process of learning a new language?
Focus on what you learn and celebrate each time you learn new things.
Focus on the fact you are becoming smarter and celebrate again. Last but not least focus on the human side of learning a new language.
I’m positive that the language hacking guide should be very helpful in achiving these goals.