A blog for language learners.
Language learning is usually reserved for children, but the truth is that it can be beneficial at any age. Research has shown that people who learn a new language in their 40s and 50s are better protected against dementia.
If you are looking for ways to learn vocabulary quickly and efficiently, this blog post is for you.
Learning a new language can be very intriguing regardless of age. However, some speculate that learning a new language becomes difficult as we get older.
There are many ways to learn a new language, such as listening to foreign songs, referring to familiar objects in the language, or just reading.
Turns out you can learn a second language while you sleep. According to a recent study from the University of Bern in Switzerland, people can learn words in another language during deep levels of sleep.
Learning a new language poses its challenges. A direct way to get better at a language is to memorize its words and basic grammar.