Now, if you’re still reading, then this is the post for you!
Cher Hale, who writes about learning Italian over at the Iceberg Project shares five awesomely creative grammar games that you can use to level-up your language in no time.
I like this post because it forces you to get your head out of the textbooks and start using grammar for all the right reasons.
Dammit, I wish I’d thought of this post!
Take it away, Cher…
What if I told you that learning grammar doesn’t have to be boring?
Even if we don’t know it, we have ideas in our head about what learning a language should be like, and one of the assumptions that we often make is about grammar.
We think it’s boring and secretly wonder if all of those grammar rules are really going help us when it comes to making conversation.
There are people that enjoy learning the nuts and bolts of grammar like we did in school, but since that isn’t the majority, that isn’t going to help us.
Lucky for us, there is a way to make grammar more entertaining, and when we’re having a good time it’s been scientifically suggested that we’re more likely to remember and use new information.
In order to keep myself more entertained while learning Italian and Mandarin, I’ve created five grammar games for learning grammar that don’t send me to sleep! Continue reading…