... Alphabet. To continue, I will briefly discuss the alphabet. Many people get scared when they see Cyrillic letters. I heard many times that it was exactly the Russian alphabet, which was a turn-off for learning the language. To surprise you (or scare even more), I will say that the alphabet is the easiest aspect … Continue reading Russian Language. Part 2. Alphabet and Vocabulary.
Many people ask me if the Russian language is difficult to learn and why it is difficult to learn. Here are some answers to those who consider learning Russian or who is simply curious about the language. Like you already know from my previous post, the difficulty of a new language depends on its similarity … Continue reading The Russian Language. Part 1.
Whether language learning occurs in a formal or informal environment has a particular impact on learning outcomes. Some of people prefer attending classes, while others progress faster learning a language informally. It fully depends on how you organise your schedule, what goals you have, and simply what works for you better. There are both advantages … Continue reading Formal vs Informal Language Learning
There is a huge discussion all over the world that the English language has intruded other languages. This invasion has resulted in the intense shift on the lexical level with a significant number of loan words. I suggest that we look at the main language in the world from a different perspective. - Literature. English … Continue reading Why Should We Appreciate English?
It is a very complex topic; however, I refer to a couple of main factors, influencing the mistakes we make in a foreign language. In my video, I discuss the influence of mother tongue, rule misunderstanding, overgeneralision, and a slip of the tongue. YouTube video: https://youtu.be/gBn4DPS-blU I want to remind you that you can ask … Continue reading Why Do We Make Mistakes in a Foreign Language? (Video)
We have the tendency to compare our level of achievement in a foreign language to the skills of a native speaker. Basically, native speakers are gurus with the proficiency that we want to achieve so but hardly will. We are so much stressed that we are not good enough, and it sometimes affects the learning … Continue reading Native vs. Foreign Language Speakers
I have already discussed the accent, influence of L1, learning styles, and key successful factors in foreign language learning. Another important aspect is the purpose of learning a foreign language. Question yourself why you are learning the language. Is it a compulsory course and you simply need to pass an exam? Are you planning to … Continue reading Why Do You Learn a Foreign Language?