The Most Useless Language Learning Method I’ve Ever Tried, And Why It Fails

A photo of my Spanish notes from December 24th, 2020

If you’re anything like me or the millions of other people in this world trying to learn a language, you’re most likely looking for the most effective, quickest, and easiest way to become fluent. For over a year, it has been my goal to find the best ways to learn languages. These methods range from spaced repetition, flashcards, and taking notes in a notebook…

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Jayson Frascatore

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I write about languages, politics, current events, and climate change | Curated 24x | Buy me a coffee https://ko-fi.com/jaysonfras

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