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The Most Effective Language Learning Method (2)

I wonder if I left anything out that I wanted to talk about. Yeah, there was just the thing that David James speaks about short-term and long-term memory. I don't understand all these things about short-term and long-term memory, I just think a lot of these things don't matter. I think there's only one rule and I'm more and more convinced of this, do what you like doing. In my case, it's listening and reading to things of interest and, occasionally, taking a break from it to review words and phrases and, slowly, when I get the urge, occasionally, here and there speaking to people in the language.

Now, it is important to find content that you enjoy, where you enjoy the voice, where you enjoy the subject matter, you enjoy the way words are used. I've been lucky because in Russian there's lots of stuff available between literature and audio books and Ekho Moskvy -- which now is under some threat, by the way, in Russia, it looks like Putin is going to try to shackle them, to some extent -- and this wonderful material that I've found in Czech.

So, again, something we have to do a better job of at LingQ is make people aware of not only all the good content that are members are creating in our library, but also, as they progress, the kind of content that's available from the Internet. Now, we do list quite a few of these resources, but I'm not sure everybody knows where to find them. We were talking about that today and maybe we have to do a better job there.

Anyway, just to leave you with a thought, if you can find a way to enjoy your language learning, whatever that way is, that's going to be the effective way for you. So that's my thought for today. I kind of went on a bit too long, but there you have it. I look forward to your comments, thank you for listening.


The Most Effective Language Learning Method (2)

I wonder if I left anything out that I wanted to talk about. Me pregunto si dejé algo de lo que quería hablar. 話したいことは何も省いたのだろうか。 내가 이야기하고 싶은 것을 남겼는지 궁금합니다. Yeah, there was just the thing that David James speaks about short-term and long-term memory. Sí, estaba lo que dice David James sobre la memoria a corto y largo plazo. ええ、デビッド・ジェームズが短期的および長期的な記憶について話すことだけがありました。 예, 데이비드 제임스가 단기 및 장기 기억에 대해 말한 것이 있습니다. I don’t understand all these things about short-term and long-term memory, I just think a lot of these things don’t matter. 短期記憶と長期記憶に関するこれらすべてのことを理解しているわけではありません。これらの多くは重要ではないと思います。 나는 단기 및 장기 기억에 관한 모든 것을 이해하지 못합니다. 단지 많은 것들이 중요하지 않다고 생각합니다. I think there’s only one rule and I’m more and more convinced of this, do what you like doing. ルールは1つだけだと思うし、これをますます確信しているので、好きなことをしてください。 나는 단 하나의 규칙이 있다고 생각하고 나는 이것을 점점 더 확신하고 있습니다. 당신이 좋아하는 일을하십시오. In my case, it’s listening and reading to things of interest and, occasionally, taking a break from it to review words and phrases and, slowly, when I get the urge, occasionally, here and there speaking to people in the language. 私の場合は、興味のあることを聞いたり読んだりし、時々休憩を取って単語やフレーズを確認したり、ゆっくりと、時々、あちこちで言語の人々に話しかけたりします。

Now, it is important to find content that you enjoy, where you enjoy the voice, where you enjoy the subject matter, you enjoy the way words are used. さて、あなたが楽しむコンテンツ、あなたが声を楽しむ場所、あなたが主題を楽しむ場所、あなたが言葉の使い方を楽しむコンテンツを見つけることが重要です。 I’ve been lucky because in Russian there’s lots of stuff available between literature and audio books and Ekho Moskvy -- which now is under some threat, by the way, in Russia, it looks like Putin is going to try to shackle them, to some extent -- and this wonderful material that I’ve found in Czech. He tenido suerte porque en ruso hay muchas cosas disponibles entre literatura y audiolibros y Ekho Moskvy, que ahora está bajo cierta amenaza, por cierto, en Rusia, parece que Putin va a tratar de encadenarlos, de hasta cierto punto, y este maravilloso material que encontré en checo. ロシア語では文学やオーディオブックとモスクワのこだまの間にたくさんのものがありますが、ロシアではプーチンがそれらを束縛しようとしているようですが、ある程度-そして私がチェコで見つけたこの素晴らしい資料。 我很幸运,因为在俄语中,文学,有声读物和Ekho Moskvy之间有很多东西可供使用-顺便说一句,现在在俄罗斯,普京正试图束缚他们,从而受到某种威胁。在某种程度上-以及我在捷克发现的这种奇妙的材料。

So, again, something we have to do a better job of at LingQ is make people aware of not only all the good content that are members are creating in our library, but also, as they progress, the kind of content that’s available from the Internet. したがって、LingQでより良い仕事をしなければならないのは、メンバーがライブラリで作成しているすべての優れたコンテンツだけでなく、進行するにつれて、から利用できるコンテンツの種類を人々に認識させることです。インターネット。 Now, we do list quite a few of these resources, but I’m not sure everybody knows where to find them. 現在、これらのリソースのかなりの数をリストしていますが、誰もがそれらを見つける場所を知っているかどうかはわかりません。 지금, 우리는이 자료들 중 상당수를 열거하지만, 모두가 어디에서 자료를 찾을 수 있는지 잘 모르겠습니다. 现在,我们确实列出了很多此类资源,但是我不确定每个人都知道在哪里可以找到它们。 We were talking about that today and maybe we have to do a better job there. 私たちは今日それについて話していました、そして多分私たちはそこでより良い仕事をしなければなりません。 우리는 오늘 그것에 대해 이야기하고 있었고 아마도 더 나은 일을해야 할 수도 있습니다.

Anyway, just to leave you with a thought, if you can find a way to enjoy your language learning, whatever that way is, that’s going to be the effective way for you. とにかく、考えを残しておくと、言語学習を楽しむ方法を見つけることができれば、それが何であれ、それはあなたにとって効果的な方法になるでしょう。 无论如何,只要给您一个思路,如果您能找到一种享受语言学习的方法,那将是您的有效方法。 So that’s my thought for today. それが今日の私の考えです。 오늘은 저의 생각입니다. I kind of went on a bit too long, but there you have it. 少し長すぎましたが、あります。 조금 오래 갔지만 거기에 있습니다. I look forward to your comments, thank you for listening. コメントをお待ちしております。お聴きいただきありがとうございます。 귀하의 의견을 기다리겠습니다. 감사합니다.