Languages learning wonders #1

One of languages learning wonders is installing the idea that you are ignorant ! and need to learn more, so you will stop of gaining the language at the point you believe that you got enough from the language.

Such fluences.

We are all ignorant of many things and need to learn more. And the more you learn, the more you discover what you don’t know, so as the adage goes: The more you learn, the less you know.

Each time you consciously interact with language (listening, speaking, conversing, reading) you are gaining (which includes retaining) language skills, so it’s not clear what you mean when you say you reach a point where you “believe that you got enough” from a language. Sometimes you reach a point where it feels as if you are not making any progress. But you only stop gaining when you stop interacting with the language on a regular (dare I say daily) basis.

As I like to say, a true writer writes every day; a true musician plays every day. A true __________ (fill in the blank) does that activity every day. If you truly want to learn a language, you need to work with that language every day. As long as you don’t quit, you will never “get enough” from that language.

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