Language Learning

Languages are beautiful things. They are unique and come in different varieties. They help us communicate with people of our culture. Learning languages allows us to communicate with people from other cultures, which then allows us to explore their cultures. I find learning languages to be fun, but also a struggle. Learning a language takes a lot of effort and perseverance.

Languages are fun in the sense that you are exploring new things. I think the fun part in learning languages is when you start seeing yourself getting the hang of it. It makes you feel like you are a part of something new. When you start understanding the language and start engaging yourself, it becomes much more fun than it was when you started.  

Learning languages is challenging because it’s a fresh start on something that you haven’t learned before. When you start to learn a language you have to forget all about your self-consciousness and be confident. If you are self-conscious, you will be afraid to try and if you don’t try, you won’t learn. If you are confident, however, you will try and get the hang of the language. I have found that while learning a language, you’re going to have to make mistakes many times and that is why you shouldn’t be self-conscious. One reason children learn languages faster than adults is because they are not self-conscious. Adults are self-conscious of what they do, while children aren’t.

Learning a language needs perseverance. It isn’t easy to learn a language. It takes a lot of time, effort, and dedication. You are bound to make mistakes because you are human. While learning anything new, you will make mistakes. Everything, however, comes with practice. It also needs dedication. If you are not committed to learning the language, then it will be really hard to pursue it. You also need dedication to put effort into what you do. Lastly, learning a language is fun, but it needs persistence.

By Fisson Tibbo