Now that January is coming to an end and sick kids, errands, and chaos might have started to cover any distant memory of a New Year’s resolution, I want to share 5 quick tips with you to help you stay consistent learning a foreign language with your family despite all the craziness.
If you haven’t decided which language to learn… Or different family members want to learn different languages… Or you just aren’t sure about the language you’re learning, then keep reading.
Maybe, you think it needs to be HARD and CONFUSING when you start.
Maybe, you think there needs to be a STRUGGLE and TEARS.
Or you think that only CERTAIN people succeed.
All lies. Here’s the easy, simple truth.
Years ago, when I was just a college student trying to figure everything out, I had a life-changing conversation with my German professor.
When I was working remotely in Germany, I met so many families that lived on or near a U.S. army base near our Airbnb. The surprising thing was that they’d all lived there for a couple of years, and still couldn’t speak German.