Short post, just wanted to show you guys this video I came across, it’s only about 5 minutes but there’s a lot of insights and useful info there, I’d like to especially point out to you how much he emphasizes how important speaking is when it comes to learning a language. I’ve banged on about this, I know, but most people just don’t do it, primarily because they’re afraid to–they’re afraid of embarrassing themselves or feeling stupid, they’re afraid of failure, and it’s just silly, it’s not something you should be worried about. Not only that, but it’s really impossible to learn a language without speaking it with native speakers. Have a look:
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