How often should you take language lessons and Why
Learning another language can make you feel happier and more confident, yes this is so true, it will train your brain, and not to get a Alzheimer’s disease. There are many benefits of language learning. Not only can you communicate with foreigners conveniently, you can also learn about many foreign cultures. For example, it is now popular to learn Korean, Japanese or European languages Spanish, French and so on.
Although there are many benefits of language learning, language learning is indeed a subject we need to learn. Not everyone knows how to learn language effectively. We discussed how to teach children English and Chinese last time. Today we will discuss how often it is more efficient and easier to succeed in learning languages.
Study from Monday to Friday. As a language teacher, I think this is the best way to learn a language. Of course, it depends on the learning situation of different people. But for most people, learning a language for one to two hours a day is important for improving the language they are learning. It’s very important, because everyday learning can make your brain get used to the language easily, and everyday practice makes you the vocabulary you have learned unforgettable, but in the process of learning, you must master the time, for example, if you are learning Chinese, you have to learn Chinese characters half of the time, and listening and speaking the other half.
For beginner students, if they can learn language every day, that should be the best way. If time does not allow, two hours of learning three times a week is also very good. This can effectively learn a language without being too tired to lose interest in that language. The amount of learning is enough and the interest can also be maintained.
The most important thing to learn a language is to be interested, otherwise it will feel boring and boring, and the learning effect will not be very good, and learning any language is not achieved overnight, it must be a long time of continuous learning and practice and practice.
As a language teacher, I strongly do not recommend that students only attend classes once a week for one hour each time. This will not only not make progress in learning, but will also consume the will of the students. Because after a long time of learning, the students still cannot see good results, so the students will feel very discouraged and even give up learning the language. This is what teachers and students do not want to see, so studying as intensively as possible is the best way to learn.