We’ve all heard of brain training. The science behind it is widely accepted and the concept is largely portrayed using the ‘workout for your brain’ analogy.
Language learning is one of the best ways to broaden your horizons and better yourself as a person. It can also be intimidating. Many people would like to learn a foreign language, but they feel the task would be too hard. This is unfortunate because with a little effort and a commitment to the goal, learning a language can happen sooner than most people think.
How apps are revolutionizing educationWith the kids back in school, you might be thinking that at last they are setting aside their tablets, laptops, and consoles and having some time away from the technology while they get back to learning. In fact, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Technology is as large a part of education as it is every other part of 21st-century life. These days, there are all sorts of technological aids to learning.
— by Jane Sandwood, writer and contributor at Mondly — Whether you are young or old , learning a new language can be a challenge. The degree of similarity between one’s native language and the language being learned can introduce additional obstacles to becoming fluent. If you are struggling along in your journey to master a new language, don’t give up! There are numerous techniques available to use to help boost your memory and become fluent sooner than you thought possible.
The 4th of July is an important day in American calendars. Lots of preparation, lots of anticipation, but what is the fuss all about? How come there is so much bustle and hustle for one day at the beginning of the hottest month, July? Let’s glimpse into the past!
“May you live in interesting times”, a popular expression goes. And indeed we are. Why? Because we are contemporary with some of the most exciting technologies that have ever existed. And these technologies are bound to change our lives for the better.
Growing older means gaining wisdom, and most wise adults know that the best way to stay young and healthy in body and mind is to constantly challenge yourself to get stronger and learn new things. One common way for adults to expand their knowledge is by learning a new language.
Foreign languages stimulate your brain. They allow you to enter a whole different world. Some say that each new language you learn brings out another side of you – with each language you learn you earn a new personality.
If you plan to learn a foreign language, you might think it’s going to be really challenging. You’ve probably heard a lot of talk about how it’s easier to learn languages as a young child, and that learning as an adult can be difficult. You might even know friends or family members who have tried to learn a foreign tongue and failed. If you’re feeling discouraged, don’t be. We’re here to cheer you up with some good news and inspire you to get started.