I recently attended a language learning conference in Berlin, along with 231 other polyglots.
Before going, I had no idea what to expect, but I had a few questions:
I also felt slightly apprehensive:
What I found was inspiring.
Everyone I spoke to, everyone I heard speak, could not have been more different.
Whether it's a question of motivation to learn, how long to study for each day, strategies for learning, who to learn with, when to start speaking, whether to translate or not, how to learn grammar, how to improve your accent, how to speak fluently, how to know if you're successful…
…there are as many solutions as there are people who learn languages.
And each solution is unique to each person.
When you spend four days with 231 polyglots, and you see that each one of them has their own reasons for learning, and you see that each person measures success in a language based on their own standards, it gives you a calming effect.
You realise that this whole language learning thing…
…it's down to you.
It's your life.
Only you know why you're doing it.
Only you know why it fulfils you.
Only you know what success means.
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