IWTYAL 65: My CRAZY 5am language routine (2/2)

itunesButtonIn this episode I give you a run-down of my latest language learning routine, and what you can learn from it!

In this episode:

This is a continuation from episode 64.

3 key questions to ask yourself when setting up a routine:

  • What do I need to do?
  • What resources do I need?
  • What will stop me succeeding?

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  • Ryan

    Great episode, Olly! What’s your plan for consolidating your other languages?

    • Good question Ryan! It’s basically just regular practice. I’m lucky enough to have good friends who I speak to in Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese or Arabic so speaking with them every so often does the trick. I always try to just have one language as my focus. The others go into a kind of “maintenance” mode.