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ONE SIMPLE WORD TO INTERNALIZE LANGUAGE

Internalizing language is a lengthy process that can seem to take forever. But it does not have to be this way. It should all start from a simple base and all it takes is ONE SIMPLE WORD to start building your language. What us at intercambioidiomasonline suggest is that language learning should be simple. You… Continue reading ONE SIMPLE WORD TO INTERNALIZE LANGUAGE

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3 REASONS TO LEARN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

The benefits of being bilingual or even trilingual seem obvious, 54% of Europeans can speak two or more languages, with 34% of people speaking English as a second language. However for those of you who were not lucky enough to be brought up this way or have not travelled enough to have been able to… Continue reading 3 REASONS TO LEARN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

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THE IMPORTANCE OF CONSISTENCY IN LANGUAGE LEARNING

As we have mentioned earlier in a previous post (HERE), language is something that ought to be lived and not studied or viewed as a school subject, in which a person can achieve a pass grade and then simply forget about it. Language is a difficult thing to master and learners tend to lose level… Continue reading THE IMPORTANCE OF CONSISTENCY IN LANGUAGE LEARNING

STUDENT · VOCABULARY

VOCABULARY BOOST: GO

The next word in our vocabulary boost series is GO. GO is a high frequency verb that can be used as a synonym of travel, become, leave, depart, proceed or pass. There are numerous collocations and phrasal verbs that are formed using GO. As recommended in our START method (HERE), you should always learn vocabulary… Continue reading VOCABULARY BOOST: GO

STUDENT · TEACHING BLOG · VOCABULARY

SUPER SENTENCES – How to learn new phrases the easy way (MAKE YOUR OWN)

How do you learn new vocabulary? See our super simple technique to learn new phrases so that you can use them in any situation, using our START method. How to learn: DOWNLOAD THIS POST IN PDF (HERE)   When starting with a new language there is a point that you will find the way you… Continue reading SUPER SENTENCES – How to learn new phrases the easy way (MAKE YOUR OWN)

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TIME TO STUDY: HOW TO ORGANISE YOUR LANGUAGE LEARNING

One of the most challenging aspects of learning a language can be finding the time to do so. It requires a great deal of willpower and organisation. This post is going to look at how to organize your time and to find spaces in your routine to study. The ideal thing to do is to… Continue reading TIME TO STUDY: HOW TO ORGANISE YOUR LANGUAGE LEARNING

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10 SIMPLE TRICKS TO IMPROVE YOUR MEMORY

As languages learners, we should always be looking for new ways of improving the way we process new vocabulary and learn new concepts. Here is a little information on how to remember vocabulary better. Sleep: it is proven that sleep is an essential part of learning, the best formula is study in the evening +… Continue reading 10 SIMPLE TRICKS TO IMPROVE YOUR MEMORY

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The Pros of Studying English Independently – SIGN UP TO A NEWSLETTER FOR A FREE EBOOK

In the language learning field, language schools are king! The reality of the matter is that if you are not signed up to a language school or living in an English speaking country, the majority of people do not think that you are taking your language learning seriously. In most countries, and especially here is… Continue reading The Pros of Studying English Independently – SIGN UP TO A NEWSLETTER FOR A FREE EBOOK

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5 SIMPLE WAYS of Improving your English skills

English can be difficult to learn, but this is usually due to people using the wrong types of methods for doing so. Here are some helpful ways to improve your English. SEE OUR POST ON STUDYING ENGLISH ONLINE The first thing to remember is that consistency is key. You should try to use English (Speak, read,… Continue reading 5 SIMPLE WAYS of Improving your English skills

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Living Languages – “USE IT OR LOSE IT”

Have you ever noticed that acquiring language always seems to be a time consuming process, yet losing level happens in the blink of an eye? This phenomenon has puzzled linguists for decades and it is important to know why it occurs and how it could affect your language learning. A language is like a living… Continue reading Living Languages – “USE IT OR LOSE IT”