The fastest way to learn any language is with the assistance of a ‘pillow teacher’, a native speaking partner or spouse who can help you practice correct pronunciations every day. Most language is learnt by listening and repeating the most commonly used 800 words in the appropriate context; just as you learned your first language as a small child. Welcome Better Language Learning
While native speakers can speak the words and phrases, do they understand the rules of grammar and vocabulary? Can they teach that to you?
It actually speeds up what can take years of immersion into a culture to absorb and appreciate, if you can somehow grasp the rules of grammar and vocabulary.
In short, learn the correct pronunciations and meanings of the most commonly used 800 words of the language. Also, understand and recognize the rules of grammar and vocabulary – and you have learnt the language.
Welcome better language learning by adopting these skills:
- Download and listen to the ‘Welcome Better Language Learning’ MP3
- Set aside at least 30 minutes every day to practice.
- Start with basic words, such as counting and simple phrases used in daily conversation.
- “How do you say ….” Is the most important sentence you can learn in your new language.
- You can use audio and FREE online language courses to get you started, for the first 100 – 500 words and basic grammar, but the real classroom is with fluent native speakers in the real world.
- A good place to find some FREE resources is YouTube.
- Learn enough grammar to string the words together into a coherent sentence. As you feel more confident add more words and polish the grammar and vocabulary.
- Then learn phrases for things that interest you most, with fluent speakers of the language you are learning.
- Intensive repetition makes language learning faster. Have fun with it.
- When you learn a new word repeat it and use it over and over as often as possible in the next hour, the next day and the next week. Imprint it on the mind.
- Emotion makes learning easier – interaction and conversation is the key.
- The fastest way to learn a new language is by immersing yourself into the everyday culture among native speakers. Constantly ask them how to say words and sentences in their language and repeat it out aloud over and over until you get the pronunciation perfect and imprint it in your mind. Then review those new words and phrases daily. Use them all the time, over and over. You will be confident and speaking your new language within months.
- It may cost more, but the best way to learn a new language quickly is to spend hours everyday with an experienced/professional language tutor. This is because they will teach not only the correct pronunciations, but more importantly … the grammar and vocabulary too.
- Use technology and learn from a native speaker in online language exchanges. Find someone who wants to learn English from you in exchange for learning their language from them. Get together regularly online.
- Watching movies in your new language will help to contextualise what you have learned already.
- Learning songs in your new language can help you remember.
- Be prepared to discover sometimes there is no word, no direct translation. If that is the case you may need to use the English word in a sentence.
- People always want to encourage you to learn their language, so they will help with words you don’t know.
- When travelling carry a pocket dictionary or digital translator on your phone or other device.
- Keep practicing words and phrases that you can use in everyday language.
- As your pronunciation improves your grammar will also improve too. Start adding slang, jokes, popular songs as your confidence improves.
- Challenge yourself to think in the new language.
- You learn to speak a little, but understand nothing.
- Then you can understand far more than you can speak.
- You become more conversational but your translating everything in your mind.
- Eventually you are able to speak and understand without needing to translate words in your mind.
- Then you begin to actually think in that language, without effort. Once this happens it becomes even easier. Then you can say you are fluent, but there is always more to learn. For example; I know multi-lingual Singaporean Chinese who admit to me they still have a lot to learn about Mandarin, yet it is their first language. There is always something new to learn.
- Forget the language classrooms because everyone is at a different level and learning at a different pace.
“A different language is a different vision of life.”
– Federico Fellini
You can listen to the Welcome Better Language Learning subliminal affirmations almost anytime you choose. Just select the environmental (‘Gentle Lake Waves’), music (‘Pleasant Guitar and Piano’ or Zumba style ‘Latin Dance’ or binaural beats (‘Anti-Anxiety’, ‘Beta’, ‘Theta’ or ‘seXXX’) appropriate to your mood. When ready to sleep (we recommend either ‘Gentle Lake Waves’ or ‘Theta’), let the Welcome Better Language Learning positive words guide your deep unconscious mind into the realms where dreams become reality. Because the Welcome Better Language Learning messages are repeated every minute, your unconscious will hear them repeated up to 450 times while you sleep. That’s powerful.
The more your deep unconscious hears the Welcome Better Language Learning positive messages repeated, the more they are uncritically accepted by your unconscious. Welcome Better Language Learning subliminal messages have been professionally written to influence your deep unconscious so they can become a new positive unconscious belief.
Subliminal affirmation text;
“You are more and more confident and motivated to learn a new language word-by-word, and phrase-by-phrase. You repeat each word fluently over and over until it is imprinted in the mind. Then you recall it and use it again and again.
You have an uncontrollable urge to practice in fun conversations everyday. You enjoy learning your new language.
Every day in every way you feel better and better about yourself as a person who is \learning a new language.
Your new language is now more-clear in the mind. You are more confident and coping better with everything and everybody, because your mind is open to fluently learn a new language.”
“Today is the future you created yesterday, and tomorrow you create in your thoughts today. So be inspired by what your unconscious mind thinks … today.” – Peter Zapfella
Because our critical analytical conscious mind can ‘filter out’ messages that conflict with existing negative and self-limiting beliefs, we ‘obscure’ the positive subliminal affirmations within masking music and environmental sounds.
When we experience negative experiences and emotions resulting in repeated negative self-talk we imprint our unconscious mind with negativity. As a result self-limiting beliefs are created. These can lead to ‘bad’ habits of behaviour, and so the cycle continues.
Imagine what happens when we replace the negative self-talk and emotions with repeated positive affirmations. New self-empowering thoughts and beliefs can result in ‘good’ habits and behaviours. We have the potential to replace the negativity with positive, resourceful thinking over time.
Everyone of us is unique. We have all had different life experiences and we react to them differently too. By listening to the Welcome Better Language Learning subliminal messages, you can train your unconscious mind to develop the Welcome Better Language Learning principals of excellence. While the Welcome Better Language Learning qualities will be adopted in time, they can be ‘blocked’ by pre-existing negative emotions and deep unconscious beliefs.
Some people go through life emotionally and psychologically ‘injured’. They are struggling with a load of ‘baggage’ (negative emotions, self-limited beliefs). They can only dream of being free (positive emotions and behaviours). They could listen to Welcome Better Language Learning subliminal affirmations, and over time re-train their deep unconscious mind to think and feel differently. Just how much time varies from one individual to the next, because we all have different past experiences, and our deep unconscious has interpreted those experiences desire, the good news is that most emotional and behavioural challenges can in a unique way. That is an analogy of how most subliminal affirmation downloads currently available on the Internet work.
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The Welcome Better Language Learning positive affirmations then point your unconscious in a new resourceful direction, where you can escape all the negativity from the past forever.
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