The best way to learn a new language within days 18012019

The best way to learn a new language within 31 days

The Museum of Knowledge explains the best way to learn a new language within 31 days. Budding linguists could first try to find an appropriate balance between studying grammar and the structure of the language.

Communicating with expert linguists

It is also important to communicate with expert language speakers. A key factor to remember is that a native speaker does not equate to enjoying robust grammatical techniques. Students need to seek a highly proficient individual with whom the learner can communicate with ease.

Learn new concepts

Students should also adjust their language learning parameters and learn new concepts thoroughly. Language learners should be able to recall and effectively use language principles. This facilitates developing language competency in new and varied scenarios.

Create a study plan

Language learners should adjust and adhere to specific goals and a clearly defined study plan. A language study plan will ensure the student is able to focus on key tasks that will be carried out each day and expected achievements as goals are attained. Each day students should see how their language skills may be improved and how they can gradually begin to speak the language they are learning with greater fluidity.

How long to learn Italian? Museum of Knowledge guide 20042018

How long does it take to learn Italian? Museum of Knowledge guide

The Museum of Knowledge team is often asked by students, how long does it take to learn Italian? Italian is a highly distinctive language with seductive wave intonations when spoken. Although Italian has similarities to Spanish in written form, pronunciation between the two languages is dissimilar. With practice, dedication and enthusiasm, students should be able to learn Italian within six months, with high levels achieved varying according to the student.

To learn Italian, as one of the Romance languages, it is much easier to grasp if the student already has some knowledge of another language such as Spanish. Certain Spanish words and phrases are very similar to Italian words and phrases, giving the students the opportunity to develop their comprehension and reading skills quickly. For speaking, listening and writing however, these skills for those who wish to learn Italian will need to be developed over time. This is because there is very little similarity between Spanish and Italian in this context.

 A key requirement that the Museum of Knowledge team suggest that students employ is the complete commitment of their time and effort to learn Italian. One of the best ways to learn Italian is to put aside a few hours each week for instructional learning. This learning may be via online forums or courses as well as face-to-face platforms. Practice makes perfect, so once a few hours of theoretical learning has been undertaken, students can then put into practice what they have learnt through practical exercises. This may include speaking Italian in given scenarios such as in restaurants. Equally, this can be achieved through simple greetings or reading Italian by selecting Italian books, Italian magazines and Italian newspapers with which students can practice and improve their Italian over time.




How long to learn French? Museum of Knowledge tips 13042018

How long does it take to learn French? Museum of Knowledge tips

The Museum of Knowledge team is often asked by students, how long does it take to learn French? One of the Romance languages, French is also a Latin language rich in colourful sounds with strong accentuation at the heart of French pronunciation. To learn French is to learn and not be intimidated by the placement of accents in writing, accentuation when speaking, and having an open ear to the various accents when listening. Reading French is a skill that can be mastered by taking into consideration various educational tools, from books and newspapers to business related materials such as contracts.

Certainly the Museum of Knowledge team suggests that students dedicate sufficient time to learn French. Depending on how quickly the student wishes to progress, a minimum of three hours per week should be assigned to learn French. Students who wish to learn French will have to take into consideration that they will need to master various skills including speaking French, listening to French, reading French and writing in French. Three hours a week must be assigned over a set period of time, for example six months in order to advance quickly. Progress can be accurately measured via a tutor feedback session such as those developed for the Museum of Knowledge French language courses.

Some students find developing certain language skills more difficult to obtain than others. For example Museum of Knowledge students often highlight the difficulty they experience when attempting to write in French. Many reasons for this challenge include the fact that writing in French requires a high level of both comprehension and accuracy and some students will find it more difficult to master accurate French prose compared to developing conversational skills within six months for example.

Museum Of Knowledge, Learn German in 10 months, top 5 tips 16022018

How to learn German in 10 months, Museum Of Knowledge top 5 tips

Language learners are always keen to expand their skills and learn a language as quickly as possible. Students often ask the Museum of Knowledge team for best practice techniques that will enable them to learn German within 10 months. This is a broad question and is dependent on many factors such as the student’s natural pace and capacity to learn a language. Every student learns at a different speed and their ability to master a language such as German will be dependent on various dynamics. Here are the top five tips the Museum of Knowledge team has highlighted that we believe directly affects a student’s ability to learn German within 10 months.

Best Practice 1: Time and dedication

To learn German within ten months will take time and dedication on behalf of the student. Students should outlay between 3-4 hours a week for one-to-one tuition or group tuition. If group tuition is chosen, students should study in small groups of no more than ten students in total at any one time,

Best Practice 2: Structured learning

Students who wish to learn German must remain highly focused during this timeframe of 10 months in order to meet the objective to learn German quickly. The key to successful language learning is structure and students will need to organise their language learning effectively with a mixture of grammar, syntax and comprehension exercises included. It is also helpful for the language to be further divided into the four main areas of learning prose. These include, reading, writing, listening and speaking. Developing each one of these skills is paramount so that a more comprehensive understanding of the German language can be obtained.

Best Practice 3: Practice makes perfect

Although it may seem obvious, the importance of practising German on a regular basis cannot be underestimated. The German language may be complex for those who are more accustomed to Latin based languages and of course the grammatical differences between Germanic and Latin languages are considerable. Repetition may sometimes be perceived as an old fashioned language learning technique, but it is one that the Museum of Knowledge team stands by. The more a student practices speaking, listening, reading and writing in German, the more their skills and understanding of the German language will develop to a high level and within a ten month timeframe.

Best Practice 4: Visiting German-speaking nations

A very productive way of speeding up your understanding of German and to ensure that a student reaches his or her goal of gaining a reasonable level of competency in German within ten months, is to visit a German speaking country. The primary countries that may be visited by those students who wish to learn German within ten months include Switzerland and Germany. The accent of the Swiss population differs from that of the German population, however it is still useful to become accustomed to both dialects.

Visiting Germany or Switzerland enables students learning German to put into practice what they have learnt in theory. Students can practice ordering meals at restaurants, asking for directions as well as booking their travel around the German-speaking city. It will open the mind and improve cultural awareness as well as facilitate understanding of responses in German for any face-to-face dialogue undertaken.

Best Practice 5: Social interaction

An important element for those learning German is social interaction. It may seem at first glance, that a language is understood simply by reading text or listening to dialogue however it is the social interaction that will determine the extent to which the language a student is learning is understood. Social interaction can include speaking with German speakers online or via the telephone as well as face-to-face dialogue. Social interactions are key for better understanding and improvement of listening skills as well as speaking skills in particular.