We read an article which explained the benefits of learning a language, and why it's best to learn it one hour a day:
Vocabulary Top 10:
slog - a long period of hard work or effort
stave off - to keep (someone or something) away usually for a short time
tool kit - a set of tools; a personal set of resources, abilities, or skills
tier - a row or layer of things that is above another row or layer; a particular level in a group, organization, etc.
juggling - to do (several things) at the same time
suppress - to slow or stop the growth, development, or normal functioning of (something)
stamina - great physical or mental strength that allows you to continue doing something for a long time
gibberish - foolish, confused, or meaningless words
sporadic - happening often but not regularly : not constant or steady
blitz - a fast and powerful effort
What are your techniques to learn a language?
Do you think it's better to practice a little every day, or to have long sessions sporadically?@april @taghried @Ezîza @Bassa @Shiny03 @gam01hr @aladdin @Reem @Just-Learn