Learning a language is a bit like starting a workout routine.
Just as you’d begin exercising with simple stretches, when learning a language, it’s essential to start with the basics.
Imagine your first week at the gym – you wouldn’t immediately run a marathon or lift heavy weights. Similarly, diving into complex language material too soon can be overwhelming. Progress is about pacing yourself, like going to the gym a few times a week rather than straining yourself once a week. Consistency is key – make it a habit.
Think of your brain as a muscle. Starting with heavy mental “weights” might make you never want to learn a language again! Take it in small, manageable steps. Consistency is crucial, building on a foundation and keeping the learning process steady.
Our courses are designed to give you the ‘foundation’ and ‘cornerstones’ for building your language skills. It’s like constructing a house – you start with a strong foundation, not the roof or windows. To learn a language well, you need a solid foundation, and our course helps you work on the essentials a little bit every day.
If you’re a beginner, you can try your first week for free! Explore “Portuguese in Six Weeks – Week Zero” to understand how the course works and learn basics like pronunciation, greetings, small talk. Build up your language skills gradually – a little each day makes a big difference.
Start off the new year with your best foot forward and step into 2024 speaking the lingo!