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Does learning two languages at the same time slow down learning?  

The Museum of Knowledge team is often asked if learning two languages at the same time slows down learning. One of the greatest challenges a language learner may face when trying to learn more than one language at a time is confusing words from various languages or speaking in one language and then suddenly making mistakes, by using vocabulary from the second language. For those who have already mastered learning a language, it is far easier to then commence learning a second language, to learn new phrases and vocabulary that are distinct from the first language.

There are of course similarities between certain Latin languages. Sentence constructions for those who learn French and those who learn Spanish are in some cases, structured in a similar way, with nouns, verbs and adverbs placed in a similar order within a given sentence. In fact some language learners may find learning two languages at a time to be very useful as the more exposure to languages as a whole, the easier it is to absorb techniques such as verb conjugation, gender uses, noun placements and verb tenses.

In conclusion, the Museum of Knowledge team would advise that if the speed of learning a language is the most important part of learning for a student, language learners should start one language for at least six months before embarking on learning a second language.



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What are the best practices to learn a language in 3 months?

The Museum of Knowledge prides itself in adopting best practice for language learning. Taking the best from private education and state schools, the museum is dedicated to building a foundation of knowledge and competency for students who follow our immersive online course modules.

Students struggling to learn a language often seek a service provider that uses effective techniques, that notwithstanding, one of the greatest considerations when learning a language is for students to ensure they commit enough time and dedication to the process. Language learners should always remember the importance of grammar, syntax and spelling as well as the fact that it is they who are learning a language not the language provider. It is therefore imperative that these guidelines are followed so that rapid progress can be attained. All students must adhere to the primary necessities required for language learning; dedication and commitment towards the language learning process

Structured, immersive language courses such as those offered by the Museum of Knowledge can be of great assistance to those who wish to learn a language within three months. Bear in mind however that language learners of Latin languages may make greater progress more quickly than they will with Germanic languages.

Language learning comprehension exercises offered at the Museum of Knowledge can assist language learners with writing, listening, reading and speaking skills. Other immersion techniques that can help language learners learn a language within three months include games and interactive applications.


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Museum of Knowledge at the Language Show Live, 13th October 2017

The Museum of Knowledge is back at the Language Show London in October 2017 where the Founder and CEO has been invited to present insights and thoughts into language learning for business in the light of the remarkable Brexit Vote.

As a passionate believer in organic technology, trilingual Founder and CEO Michele Ogbonna will present before educational delegates including head teachers, linguists and government officials on a range of topics that cover Brexit, the gig economy, e-learning and artificial intelligence.

Join the Museum of Knowledge Embracing Language Learning for Business after Brexit“ seminar on Friday 13th October 2017 from 17h00 to 17h45 GMT with Q & A session. The seminar takes place in Room 3 at the Language Show London Exhibition, Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 0QH.

The @LanguageShow will offer a 10% discount for seminar tickets to all @MOKKnowledge followers. Seminar prices and tickets are available @LanguageShow.

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If English is so popular is it worth learning French?

English is of course one of the most important languages for commerce so students around the world will often embark on English language courses as a matter of course. There are of course many other languages the Museum of Knowledge considers beneficial.

There are many reasons why language learners choose to learn a language and in particular French. They may need to learn French for their studies or they may require good linguistic skills for commerce. Whatever the reason, the ability to converse well in various languages for various situations is important.

French is spoken in several countries around the world including the French Caribbean islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe, Canada, France, and parts of Africa, Switzerland and Belgium. As a language spoken in so many diverse parts of the world, it is very useful to have these skills of French language competence as well as English. French is useful for commerce in some of the most industrialized and developed countries in the world and even if learning French is for pleasure there are plenty of popular holiday destinations that can justify the time and dedication required to learn French.