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After you subscribe (you can do this at the bottom of this page), I’ll send you a copy of my book The 18 Immutable Laws of Language Learning.

immutable laws of language learning

I’ve been studying language learning for over four years. Reading countless articles and Reddit threads, watching videos, attending workshops, listening to interviews and podcasts, etc.

During these years, I’ve learned about so many strategies, tactics, and mindsets. Some of these are really effective and useful, while some will actually stifle your progress. Of the useful ones, I’ve chosen 18 that I think will give you the most bang for your buck.

In this short book, you’ll discover:

  • Why starting with grammar is the worst thing you can do when learning languages.
  • What is the optimum amount of time you should spend learning languages every day.
  • Why you should never focus on vocabulary acquisition.
  • Two of the best ways to improve fluency and pronunciation. Doing this will make you sound more like a native speaker.
  • Why sticking too long with language learning resources can stifle your progress.
  • What to focus on when you’re starting, and what to NEVER focus on.
  • Why, contrary to popular advice, music is a terrible way to learn languages.
  • How many languages should you be learning at a single time.
  • Which people should you ask for help when learning a foreign language.
  • How many times should you study each day.
  • What is the best time to start learning grammar and how to learn it.
  • What is the most frustrating aspect of language learning and how to deal with it effectively.
  • Two of the gravest mistakes people make when they’re reading in a foreign language.
  • The 1% Law and how it can help you reach fluency.
  • The best approach to use when you’re choosing what to listen to and what to read.
  • A list of the top tools, language exchange platforms, and audio learning methods I’ve been using for years.

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