We’re Learning Languages All Wrong | Three Methods To Use Instead

Language is the hallmark of everyday interaction and communication. The point of learning a language is to understand and communicate with another person in real-life situations. Maybe you’re traveling to a country where they only speak your target language, or it’s a delivery driver who doesn’t speak English, or maybe you have grandparents that you would like to speak to and…

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