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Learning French Online in 90 Days with Rosetta Stone French

Today, Monday December 11th, 2017, I am embarking on my first Rosetta Stone language challenge. I’m going all out for 90 days to learn as much French as I can. I expect to reach B1 level on the CEFR scale. Check out the details in today’s post! I’ll be keeping a daily journal and updating my progress.

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Is Learning a Language is Really That Difficult? Or Can it be Simple?

First, let’s define the word difficult to mean *”requiring hard work; laborious; takes time to accomplish.” So, is learning a language difficult? Short Answer: Yes Truer & Longer Answer: Yes, maybe, if it’s your first time but it gets easier once you build the skill I am American, a native English speaker, and many people […]

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The Next Order of Steps I Take for Learning a Foreign Language

Okay, so today we’re piggy-backing off of the First 3 Steps I wrote about yesterday and are continuing on down the list. 1. Pronunciation 2. Vocabulary 3. Writing System & Sentence Order 4. Listening 5. Writing, Typing, Reading 6. Grammar This post was not intended to give you all of the methods and ways to […]

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My First Steps for Learning a Foreign Language, Ordered for Effectiveness

Here we go, below is my approach for reaching conversation fluency in most languages. I believe studying in this order is most effective. Learn a Language in this order: Pronunciation Vocabulary Writing System *if it’s phonetic Sentence Structure Listening Writing, Typing, Reading Grammar side note: I never “mastered” one step before moving onto the next. […]

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