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Robbie Kunz
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Language learner extraordinaire with a flair for adventure.
Language learner extraordinaire with a flair for adventure.

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Just put up my interview with Jana Fadness. Go check it out now! http://learnthatlanguagenow.com/interview-with-jana-fadness/

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http://www.alljapaneseallthetime.com/blog/ -- Great blog that is ostensibly about Japanese but has methods that can be used for any language. Unfortunately, in recent times, a lot of the content has become paid-only. However, there is still a lot of good free content on the blog and a lot of great articles. Check it out!

Do the thing that gets you most excited about learning a new language. This will keep you in your highest level of excitement which is essential to spending more time in the language and thus making the most gains.

Aim just to be involved in the language as much as possible. This will allow you to make gains in the language without you noticing. Try not to make lofty goals because they will pull you down when you still haven't achieved them. They will keep you from getting further in the language by breaking you down. Instead, just keep yourself involved in the language and you will improve undoubtedly.

If you can find your highest level of excitement in a language, you will never be without cause to "study". Just keep doing what gets you most involved and "studying" will take care of itself.

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There is power in learning a language through "fun" material. "Fun" is whatever is most interesting to you or whatever holds your fascination the longest. When you use this kind of material, you end up spending more time in the language than you would normally have if you had used that boring grammar textbook. Find the "fun" material and you will be speeding along in your language progress.
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