How can I obtain instant/magic results in learning a language?
Somehow or other, vocabulary has to be learnt, and words have to
be strung into sentences using grammar, which also has to be learnt.
While some courses are undoubtedly more effective than others, at the end of the day, certain bits of language have to be understood and memorised.
Unless someone has discovered a wonder drug, it’s hard to see how the magic results promised by some providers can be achieved.
At Euroasia, we are constantly exploring cutting-edge methods and technologies.
If appropriate, we incorporate what we learn into the courses we offer, which are custom-made for native English speakers. With over 3000 New Zealanders who have completed one of our courses, we draw on a significant experience base in designing effective courses to help you learn a foreign language. We explain more under Why Euroasia.
Check out the range of foreign language courses at Euroasia.
FAQs previously covered:
FAQs coming up:
6. How long it will take me to learn a language?
7. I don’t understand grammar; we were never taught it at school?
8. Is it easier to learn a language if I go to the country?
9. Which language should I learn?
10. Are some languages harder than others?
11. So which languages will I find easier than others?
12. Which is the most popular language?
13. Can learning a language be fun?