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  • Hi, everyone.

  • Welcome to your monthly review The monthly show on language Learning where you discover new learning strategies, motivational tips, new study tools resource is and where we show off learners like you speaking the language, that is, if you're brave enough to become language learning famous.

  • All the materials mentioned in this video are available for you now on our website.

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  • Okay, today's topic is the 10 habits of highly effective language learners.

  • So what do successful language learners People who set language goals and actually hit them do differently?

  • And are you doing any of these things already?

  • Let's get into it.

  • You'll discover 10 powerful habits and how to apply them.

  • I'll give you specific step by step examples you can use thes whether you're learning with our program or any other resource, a textbook and app or some audio program.

  • Let's start with the first and most important, one.

  • Habit Number one set small, measurable goals with deadlines.

  • Why small goals?

  • Well, say, for example, you set big, big goals like I want to be fluent someday, and maybe you buy a text book, you read the first chapter.

  • Then you start wondering if you're getting any better.

  • You start worrying, you'll never be fluent and you give up.

  • If you do this, you need to start setting small, measurable goals.

  • For example, learned 100 words in a month or speak one minute of conversation.

  • Or do 30 of our audio lessons in one month deadline.

  • November 30th.

  • Okay, habit number to create a routine because your routine is what will bring your goals to reality.

  • This goes back to the first habit again.

  • If you set a goal like doing 30 lessons in one month, you need to do one lesson a day and spend 15 minutes studying.

  • Now you have a routine to stick to.

  • One lesson a day, 15 minutes.

  • Next, decide when and where you'll do it.

  • Why, so you can make time make a mental note that this time is language time, and this is important.

  • Say no to other things.

  • Your language, goals and dreams Take first priority.

  • Next habit number three.

  • Don't cram.

  • Instead of cramming or forcing yourself to learn for one or five hours, start small cramming may have worked for you with studying for tests, but language learning is a marathon, not a sprint.

  • So if you do five hours now, you'll burn yourself out.

  • You'll hate the learning, and that's not good.

  • That's how you failed your goals and dreams.

  • But if you can do 5 to 15 minutes a day every day, learning won't be overwhelming, and you'll be successful in the long run.

  • So how do you create this habit?

  • If you've set your small, measurable goal and routine, you're good to go.

  • Habit number four.

  • Prepare lines and conversations ahead of time.

  • If you're like most language learners, speaking is your weak point, and a lot of the time it's because you just don't know what to say.

  • You don't have the words in your head.

  • This is where preparation comes in.

  • So imagine you meet a person for the first time.

  • What do you say to each other?

  • Hello, How are you?

  • What's your name?

  • Where you from?

  • What are your hobbies?

  • If you prepare these questions and answers ahead of time, you then have things to ask and say.

  • So how do you do this if you're learning on the website.

  • Check out our top 25 questions, lessons, the teacher questions and answers that we use all the time and conversations.

  • For example, what's your name?

  • Where are you from?

  • How old are you?

  • How was your weekend?

  • Another way to prepare is to make a list of questions or phrases you want to say.

  • Then get the translations for those.

  • The point is, if you prepare lines like my name is, I am from this weekend.

  • I did this, the kind of lines you use all the time.

  • You'll always have something to say.

  • Habit number five.

  • Get into the habit of producing output, so input is taking language in listening and reading and output is putting language out.

  • So speaking and writing, the point here is it's easy to just sit and listen and watch YouTube videos.

  • You can listen to lessons all day long, but listening helps with listening.

  • It won't get you speaking the language, so the easiest ways to produce output are for speaking.

  • Repeat what you hear out loud that's called shadowing, and for writing right things out by hand, you can copy out our lesson dialogues or just copy the sentences out of a textbook habit.

  • Number six come back and review, And that's because reading something once doesn't mean it will be in your brain forever.

  • So this is where reviewing comes in.

  • In order to master grammar words or phrases, you must go back and review.

  • How do you do this spaced Repetition of flashcards are a great example of this.

  • Ah, lot of language learners use thes because with spaced repetition, you get to see words again and again over spaced periods of time, and that improves your memory.

  • Another simple thing you can do is download and save our lessons.

  • Replay them later.

  • Download our dialog tracks. These give you just the conversation from that lesson.

  • No translations.

  • Make a playlist on your phone and listen as much as possible.

  • Just like with songs.

  • Soon you'll know tons of practical conversations by heart.

  • Next habit number seven.

  • Look for solutions.

  • There's one interesting thing that separates new learners from successful learners.

  • It's how they react when they don't understand something.

  • Because beginners completely rely on the study tools they use, they tend to blame them, too.

  • You'll often hear that someone gave up because the textbook was too boring or it won't help them speak.

  • But if you realize a book won't help you speak, it's not the book's fault, is it?

  • And if you complain that a class doesn't help you speak, but you're not raising your hand at every opportunity, either.

  • Whose fault is it?

  • So experienced learners?

  • Look for solutions.

  • Get into the habit of coming up with a solution for your problem.

  • Habit number eight.

  • Focus on what you're good at and you should do this because it's overall motivation.

  • If you're generally better at speaking than writing, then you're more likely to enjoy it, which means you're more likely to continue with it.

  • And that means it's a successful routine habit.

  • Number nine is don't procrastinate, which is easier said than done.

  • Most of us procrastinate, and a lot of that is a result of over thinking.

  • Let's say you plan on studying today, so you remember.

  • I have to study.

  • I have to study.

  • Now you're ruining it in your head.

  • It becomes something you have to do.

  • It's a hassle now, but if you set a small, measurable goal and have a simple routine, spend five minutes then you know you just need to put in five minutes and you're done.

  • So if you want to beat procrastination, make your goals and routines easy and number 10.

  • Remember that learning a language is a marathon, not a sprint.

  • So there's no need to do five hour cram sessions and burn yourself out.

  • Five or 10 minutes is good enough.

  • Remembering this is a good habit to have if you're having a bad day.

  • If you can't remember some grammar, it's not all over.

  • It's just a minor bump in the road.

  • Another thing that helps is considering the resource is you use sticking with quick five minute lessons that are easy to finish will help keep you in the marathon.

  • Now, speaking of lessons and resources. Here, this month's new lessons and resources. First the ultimate guide to learning and mastering language E Book.

  • This is a 52 page E book that covers the learning tactics.

  • I just talked about setting goals, staying motivated, learning faster.

  • If you're interested in learning strategies, be sure to downloaded next the sport and exercise conversation cheat sheet.

  • If you want to talk about sports and fitness in the language, you're learning.

  • Then you'll love this pdf cheat sheet.

  • And finally, how to improve your speaking skills.

  • It's another language strategy lesson to get these free lessons, and resource is just click the link in the description below.

  • All right, everyone.

  • In the last monthly review, we asked you to submit a video or audio file of yourself speaking the language, introducing yourself in the language.

  • So thank you to all of you that sent in submissions.

  • You've all gotten a premium plus subscription as a reward.

  • Now, let's take a look at some of the videos.

  • Okay?

  • So I'm gonna listen to some of the submissions that you guys sent.

  • I'm super excited, so I'm gonna hit play.

  • Hello, everyone.

  • I am Mariana.

  • I am Mexican.

  • What's so cool?

  • I'm so excited to hear you guys learning English.

  • I'm so happy that you guys actually like learning to.

  • That's so cool.

  • Language.

  • Amazing.

  • Interesting.

  • And you can meet.

  • I hope that has all think it's interesting to learn to like I don't want people to be bored.

  • Uh, it's wonderful.

  • And yeah, she speaks really, really clearly to That's awesome.

  • English open the doors toe work.

  • Oh, that's so cool.

  • places in in English could be a challenge for you.

  • That's so cool.

  • And I know lots of people are studying with our channel, like for work reasons.

  • So I'm so happy that it was helpful from a cruise I meet.

  • I am I could meet my best friend a whoa selling making friends and having work opportunities through language That's so cool.

  • Like, I'm so happy to hear that people are using the language in that way.

  • That's awesome.

  • That's so cool.

  • Thank you so much for sending this.

  • I am 21 year all 21.

  • I'm come from Mali, which is a country off West freak.

  • Oh, whoa.

  • People from countries I've never even imagined visiting to I'm sorry.

  • Now in France in an engineer in school called Central Stipulate.

  • Okay, so universally data science.

  • So I want to be wanting to be a data scientist.

  • Well, to be a scientist and English, I fell in love, Please.

  • A very long time ago.

  • Ah, using it because he fell in love with it alone.

  • I'm ago.

  • That's so cool.

  • Have a connection with the language when you're young English really amazed by the accent?

  • Uh, accents most of the time when an accident takes half made of speaker.

  • You know, the accident is really amazed.

  • So, uh, I'm I don't decide toe Try to prove my English in order to be able to speak like them.

  • Okay.

  • So, like being able to speak like a native speaker is reason to speak English.

  • Wanted to leave one day in America.

  • Oh, and wanting to live in the US someday and find maybe a job.

  • Yeah, he's my motivation.

  • That's so cool.

  • Okay, so, studying and using it, Teoh, like, one day live in the USA and using it, maybe for work.

  • And like all of this, like so young like, I don't know that I was thinking about both sorts of things when I was 21.

  • That's so awesome.

  • Cool.

  • Thank you for sending this.

  • Hello.

  • My name is Anna.

  • I'm from Malaysia.

  • English is the most commonly spoken English that used in the world many country years, English as their first or second language.

  • The reason why I want to study English.

  • It's because every species easy for me to travel around the world When I speaking in English, second arable, I want to get high chance in getting a better job in multinational company.

  • I Want to Injure Myself watching movies, television or drummers with using subtitles and translators.

  • I'm looking forward in English Class one on one dot com to help me.

  • A chief, the school author Thank you.

  • That's so cool.

  • That was so like she's so confident.

  • She sounded so young, too.

  • She's like, really young and confident and wanting to travel, and it sounds like she's using it.

  • Like to really achieve her goals in her life.

  • That's so awesome.

  • Oh my gosh, cool.

  • So which country did you like the best?

  • Leave a comment below, or do you think you can do better?

  • Here's the challenge for you.

  • Yes, everyone watching this record a 32nd to 1 minute audio or video clip.

  • Introduce yourself in the language, share your name where you're from and why you're studying this language and you'll win a three month premium plus subscription.

  • To submit, click on the link in the description, Sign up for your free lifetime account, then fill out the form attached the audio or video file and press submit.

  • We may feature you in next month's episode, so a lot of learners will see you and your progress and will hopefully get inspired to improve and master the language.

  • To submit a recording, click the link in the description and follow the instructions on the page.

  • So thank you for watching this episode of monthly review.

  • Next time we'll talk about why your worst days are the best days to study.

  • In the meantime, submit your recording if you're brave, like and share this video and leave a comment to tell us what language learning tactics you'd like us to talk about.

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