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We learn to solve problems – Part 4

We learn to solve problems – Part 4

Efficiency first Are you familiar with the 5 basic language skills ?: speaking, listening, reading, writing and conversation. Although you could, it’s not necessary to master all 5 language skills simultaneously! Depending on your goals, simply define the most...

We learn to solve problems – Part 3

We learn to solve problems – Part 3

Focus on skills instead of knowledge We all have / had our favourite subjects at school. For some of you, mathematics flowed into your brain as easily as taking a deep breath. Others got the thrills just by hearing the word “maths”. However, most of us are perfectly...

We learn to solve problems – Part 2

We learn to solve problems – Part 2

It’s a fact, children have special brain dispositions to learn languages. Furthermore, as opposed to adult learners, they have nothing else to do: no problems at work, no bills to pay, no tax declaration to send by the end of the week…   We adult learners have a lot...

We learn to solve problems – Part 1

We learn to solve problems – Part 1

  "   "What must be done must be done. Faced with adversity, we generally tap into the deepest parts of our potential and motivation to find a way out. We're never more motivated to learn DIY than when we buy our first apartment. Because of the high cost of...

We learn by doing – Part 2

We learn by doing – Part 2

Find immediate opportunities to use French     When you start learning French, no matter what your goal is, it's essential that you find opportunities to use the language straight away. Indeed, among the flow of words and structures you'll be exposed to, the ones...

We learn by doing – Part 1

We learn by doing – Part 1

Many different studies point out the number of hours that are necessary to speak a language fluently. For example, the European Union states that as a native speaker of English, it generally takes up to 300 hours on average to reach a B1 level, that is to say an...