I'm not sure when it really happened.
I do remember as a small child practicing the Spanish I learned from Sesame Street on my Hispanic neighbors across the street. Back then I thought all you had to do to make a Spanish word was to add the letter "o" at the end of an English word. I told them my name was Kento.
How to Build Great Language Learning Habits
So, most of us have been there. We get excited about learning Spanish or French or some other language. We buy a book, or heaven forbid, some overpriced software. We imagine ourselves sitting outside a cafe in Paris, reading the Le Monde newspaper with the Eiffel Tower behind our back and the cool Parisian breeze in our face.
Then a couple of days go by, or maybe even a couple of weeks, and our goal of learning a new language gets quietly forgotten.
How do you become a consistent language learner? Here's one idea.
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