MARSHALLESE 21.0: MOTIVATED MORE THAN EVER

I’ve probably mentioned it before, but I will do it again – keeping the motivation up is one of the hardest and most important things you have to do when learning a foreign language. Not losing that initial zeal is an ongoing battle; and one you have to win if you want to succeed. I can proudly say that so far I have been victorious in my efforts. … More MARSHALLESE 21.0: MOTIVATED MORE THAN EVER

MARSHALLESE 18.0: WARRAR, ŌRRŌR, ŪKŪK

Learning a foreign language is fun. Especially if you’re learning it because you really want to (not because your parents told you to, or you think you have to because it may come in handy one day). When you have plenty of time and a burning interest, you can discover a whole new, fascinating world, you wouldn’t otherwise have a chance to know. … More MARSHALLESE 18.0: WARRAR, ŌRRŌR, ŪKŪK

MARSHALLESE 16.0: A LOT OF PROBLEMS WITH A FEW WORDS

When you’re learning a language, sometimes you are going to encounter difficulties. Ok, maybe not sometimes, but often. Or very often. Don’t even try to fight it, because that’s just the way it is. You have to accept it, work harder than you have, and hope that you will – sooner or later – get this damn thing into your head. … More MARSHALLESE 16.0: A LOT OF PROBLEMS WITH A FEW WORDS

LEARNING TIP 3.0: TAKE IT SLOW

How often have you started learning a language only to give up soon after? I think we all know what it’s like. You get this brilliant idea “Hey, I will learn …!”, you are excited, you go buy everything you need (and even things you don’t need), you study grammar and memorize fifty new words every single day. But after a while your initial enthusiasm wears off. And you ask yourself: “Why am I doing this in the first place?” … More LEARNING TIP 3.0: TAKE IT SLOW