May 03 2013
Avoid 3 Negative Approaches To Learning Italian
By Shareen Aguilar
The languages of the world are such rich and great knowledge if a person happens to master if not all, most of these languages. It is a fascinating fact if a person learns to use the right language for communication with the right people. The limitless possibilities of expanding more about what you know of a certain language can very well improve if you do not experience any struggles in using a foreign language.
Learning the Italian language at a time especially if you do not have any grounds about the basic rules of the Italian language could really leave you clueless concerning whether you could or not continue with the remaining lessons. But this attitude alone is very important for you to ignore and completely taken aside because it is not a good approach in learning Italian. If there is anything that you could leave behind before getting absorbed in learning Italian, it is the negative aspects and ideas that you have towards doing it.
Granting that learning the Italian language has left positive experiences for you, learning another of the Romance languages which is the Spanish language could come in to mind. Usually, people would perceive that learning the Italian language together with another different language is a good idea. It does saves time, but it does not help in the process of acquiring the important points of the Spanish language. If you are planning to learn another language at the same time while you are still on the process of mastering Italian (or any other language), by all means, do not do it. It does not contribute to how easy learning languages can be. Remember always that the quality of how well you learn a language matters more importantly than the number of words or the amount of time you spend for it.
And one more point you need to take note of and try not to do while putting the language to practice is to say “Can you repeat that for me, please?” or anything at all that says you need someone to repeat what has been said to you. It does not help you at all because it shows that you can never exert too much effort to learn it to your own extent. If you are unsure of what you are going to say, just say it nevertheless. In due time, you will have adjusted to the proper way of saying words using the Italian language.
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Shareen Aguilar is a writer for Learn Italian which has Memory Improvement Books and Memory Game Software for better Italian language memorization.