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Learning a new language by Rubina Ratnakar

Life Skills Thu, 15 Jul 2021 18:27:55 +0000

Have you ever thought about how long it took us to learn our native language? We didn’t even know about the phonic sounds of our language. It took us many years to know every word, its meaning, and its pronunciation. What about learning another language when you are all grown up? In this blog, Rubina Ratnakar gives some tips about learning a new language.

Whenever you want to achieve some goal, you need to put a time limit to it. You should put small targets in front of you so that you can monitor your performance as well.

Challenge yourself. This is one of the best ways to motivate yourself and perform really well. For example, challenge yourself that you will not go to a party until you learn a certain lesson of the new language.

Write down your achievements and your goals as well. This will be a great way to look after what you are learning and how long your journey is going to be.

Have you ever read the full Oxford dictionary? Well, no one has. It is because you don’t need to learn all the words of the language, you just need to learn the right words.

Smart work is somehow better than hard work these days. You should take the help of some visual aids in order to learn the new language better. Pay attention to the gestures and try to guess the meaning of the words even before knowing the name. The translation is a way that will help you in learning the new language more easily.

Even if you haven’t learned the language yet, keep on using it in your daily life. Do not hesitate about making a mistake. After all, you are trying, and it is all that matters.

Check out the latest blogs by Rubina Ratnakar on makeup tips for beginners and speeding up the work pace.

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