For visual learners colours, shapes, drawings and pictures play the main role in their style of learning. Thanks to them visualisers memorise vocabulary that they are learning in compliance with a channel through which they learn the best – their sight. Even if you’re not a visualiser, you can use these media and methods to better organise your work and make it more aesthetic. Today we will take a closer look at the power of colours. Continue reading “Colours”
My first post concerning British history will be about one of the most famous and most cruel kings and his six wives. Continue reading “(Un)lucky seven”
In this post I would like to describe a website that will certainly help you to improve your listening comprehension skills.
Have you ever had that impression that the level of your knowledge of a language isn’t impressive? Or you can say just a few words? Or you know how to construct sentences using only one tense?
Every person who started learning Japanese and who knows English (or just had contact with it) certainly noticed that some Japanese words are similar, in order not to say ‘identical’, to those in English.
If you are searching for something that can renew your energy and enthusiasm for learning, I have good news – there is such a thing 🙂 Continue reading “Pleasure in language learning”
Is it possible to buy a language book which is inexpensive and not bad or even very good? The answer is: yes!
If you’re a visualiser (= a person whose mental imagery is prevailingly visual; from: Merriam-Webster Dictionary), this method will certainly help you to remember words and whole groups of words effortlessly. Continue reading “Mind maps”
Have you ever thought about learning a new language? I think you have. But it’s not as simple as that. Or maybe it is, isn’t it?
It’s time for the next portion of knowledge of deontic modality. Today we will talk necessity and obligation through.