Today’s Solutions: December 05, 2021

Picking up a new language can do more than just boost your CV. It can make you smarter, more empathetic, and improve your cognitive abilities overall. And while finding the time to commit to a new language can be a challenge in itself, experts agree that it’s more than possible to make meaningful progress in just one hour a day. One important way to speed up the learning process is by narrowing down your lessons for specific applications rather than general fluency. Once your intentions for the new language are defined, you can begin planning out a productive hourly schedule for daily practice that includes multiple learning methods. Have a look here to discover the most effective way to learn a new language.

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