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I teach a self-study exploratory practice approach to learning a foreign language. The result of this method is that people move beyond the levels of "Advanced" and "Proficient", and instead of fixating on achieving a certain "level", they invest in building a deliberate practice routine that might never end.
I show strategies and tools to build a meaningful practice routine for those who need more than the "advanced" level. I share my own process, and I teach the system of very concrete yet very creative exercises that help us develop the necessary skills to get to native-like fluency.
- listening & short-term memory
- questioning your own ideas
- LEARNING HOW TO LEARN
This episode is about brevity - the art of speaking less while saying more in a foreign language.
I'm going to share:
- Why it's frustrating
- Why it's normal
- Tips to include brevity in your practice routine
- Exercises that help
Find more exercises on BREVITY in our Community of Practice
See this post on how to work with hashtags