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Avevo intenzione di rivedere e rifare gli esercizi sui libri di grammatica ma poi come mi consigli di procedere? Ciao Alberto. Ciao Luca! Inutile farti i complimenti, veramente ti ammiro. Io comunque ci provo, ho una lista di domande da farti che mi frullano da tempo! Ti annoio subito con la mia Autobiografia Linguistica, faccio subito lo giuro! Nei miei progetti futuri ci sono il rumeno e lo svedese. E per lo svedese, cosa mi dici di Colloquial Swedish? Continuare da solo? Quando intraprendi lo studio di una lingua nuova fai full immersion totale, poi quando capisci di aver raggiunto un livello sufficiente rendi lo studio gradualmente meno intensivo?
Proprio per questo sto utilizzando, per il tedesco, i libri semplificati della Cideb. Per lo svedese, di quali fonti ti sei servito? Quali sono i siti internet veramente seri che possono aiutarti? Dove trovare romanzi in svedese? Librerie internazionali…? Ti confesso che per me la molla decisiva sono stati gli occhi azzurri delle svedesi! Poi mi piace il suo suono, e mi piacciono i film di Ingmar Bergman. Bene, passo e chiudo. Scusa per la lunghezza. Ti ringrazio, spero davvero in una tua risposta.
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Sono sicuro che tu preferisca parlare 5 lingue molto bene piuttosto che 50 male. Come ben sai, chi ama le lingue e le rispetta, cerca di approfondirle, con il lavoro e il tempo che questo comporta. Come giustamente sottolinei, ci vuole tempo. Quindi direi di pianificare i tuoi studi scegliendo UNA sola lingua da studiare e lavorandoci su per uno, 2 o anche 3 anni.
Supponiamo che tu voglia imparare il tedesco.
Dire che 2 anni sono il minimo per cominciare a parlarlo decentemente. Per quanto riguarda il vero e proprio inizio.. Le altre le USO. Beh, parlo almeno 5 o 6 lingue per vari motivi qui a Parigi, e spessissimo arrivo a parlarle quasi tutte in una stessa giornata. Ma non le studio. Le uso. Le vivo. Le respiro. Mi sono letto anche libri e ho almeno una trentina di film svedesi a casa.
Passo e chiudo. First off, I just wanted to say thank you so much! It has been incredibly motivating to see what you have done. My question is about practicing to speak a foreign language by speaking to myself. Due to the fact that I have heard so many times that speaking practice can absolutely only be done correctly with a native speaker, I have avoided other methods, but after seeing your recommendation to practice speaking to myself I am definitely going to give it a try.
Just for some background, my current level in reading is that I can read Harry Potter in Japanese somewhat comfortably and my speaking level is slowly approaching basic conversational ability but has a long way to go. My question is until what level of fluency and how frequently do you generally practice speaking with yourself in a foreign language? If it is okay to do it as much as I would like to?
Do you have any recommendations on how to avoid getting stuck making the same mistakes if they go on uncorrected? I would be incredibly grateful for any advice you can give. Thanks again for being such an inspiration with language learning. It is quickly becoming my passion and a lot of the things I have learned from you have helped me greatly in my studies.
Thanks again! Dear Jeff, thanks for the nice words, I try to share my passion with you guys and I am glad to see that people appreciate my humble contribution to the language learning world. I am not a fan of the speak-from-the-very-beginning theory. I believe that one should wait a bit before engaging in a conversation; and the more difficult the language is, the longer it takes for us foreigners to handle these interactions. Japanese is considered a hard language because for us speakers of European languages; the brain takes quite a long time to get used to the different structure of the sentence.
When I hear the word fluency; two key words come to mind: time and progressive work. I spend 6 months-1 year by analysing and synthesiwing the materials that I choose, sometimes reading it out loud and only after 8 months-1 year do I start talking. The more things get into your brain, the easier it will get when it comes to talking and interacting with others.
In fact, I start talking to and with myself. Remember that fluency is the result of a progressive work done for a relatively long time.
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So my advice to use to boost your active production of the language is: lot of input, and also start reading articles, talk to yourself about them and and at the same time keep the skype conversations with your partner alive and frequent. Be flexible and curious: if you make a mistake, write it down on a piece of paper. Be confident and fluency WILL arrive. Thanks so much for the quick, helpful response. I will definitely try adding this method of speaking with myself while continuing with as much input as possible.
Thanks again and have a nice weekend! Thank you many times for this quite detailed analysis. Secondly I forgot that you are Italian actually when I finished watching your videos :D. So this is the reason I write you, because it is for me too deep try to find books or anything on this quite broad topic. I only have one question. Have you also approached learning German in this fashion — regarding all these sounds analysis. Because I am currently learning German and studying in Germany at the same time. My pronunciation is quite good but I have strong Slavic accent — reason is that I come from Slovakia.
Question is that I did not quite catch the process — when I listen some conversation in German and read it at the same time, then in the text I should mark all those sounds nuances with a marker and finally imitate the sentences with my new adjusted text with a lot of repetition??? In , Ferro announced his marriage to former Warner Bros.
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