Quit

Hi, all.

I’m sure you’ve all been acquainted with the commercials that have been circulating on TV recently about smoking. And every person in the commercial emphatically says, “I’m a quitter”.

So with that in mind, please adhere to the following:

Quit thinking that language leaning is something restricted to dusty books and monotonous CDs/ software.

Quit thinking that you can attain fluency in a super short span of time. We didn’t attain fluency in our native language in 2 months, so what makes us think that we can do so in another language?

Conversely, quit thinking that you can’t learn languages to fluency based on past blunders. Because the truth of the matter is, you don’t need CDs or grammar books to learn a language.

If you don’t take anything else from this post, remember this: To truly be free, you must first let it be.

Thanks and please, please comment below. Sharing is caring.

またね!

¡Hasta luego!

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