The Only Time It’s Useful To Study Languages By Taking Notes

One of the biggest mistakes we make when it comes to learning a new language is grabbing a pen and paper, opening up a freshly printed notebook, and writing down notes of new vocabulary words and simple three-word sentences. Most of the time, this method isn’t useful at all. This is because we won’t have that fancy little notebook handy when we’re actually using the language and we…

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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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