Category Archives: Grammar

Setting yourself language learning goals

So it’s been almost a year since I last updated my blog due to my university and academic commitments, However I successfully managed to achieve a 2:1 in my exams and so far this summer I have dived straight back … Continue reading

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One language or many?

Welcome back! First of all before we begin this post I’d like to apologise for my absence and lack of posts over the past few months. Unfortunately my work load increased so my time was mostly occupied with studying and revising … Continue reading

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Memory techniques in language learning

Welcome back! I hope everyone had a fantastic Christmas and New Years, and have now settled back into everyday life. Upon coming back to university following the Christmas break, I found myself visiting the library on a daily basis in … Continue reading

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Current language plans and university commitments

As I am now at university, I barely have time to breathe with the level of reading I am required to do as part of my course. The past weeks have been spent in the library until the early hours … Continue reading

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Multilingualism at University and the add1 challenge

I apologise for not updating this blog for a few months, I began to work over the summer and never really had time to update my blog, nor did I know what to write about. Nevertheless, I’m back now, and … Continue reading

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Motivation when learning a language

So, last night I went out with some friends for a party and had a great time. I got back home just after 4am and knew I had to be up again at 9am for work. Now there are some … Continue reading

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Dealing with complicated grammar

One of the main issues for people when it comes to language learning is having to deal with the grammar that accompanies the language. This for many people appears to be the breaking point, and can often be the reason why some … Continue reading

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