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Message 17 of 1804 July 2017 at 2:10pm | IP Logged
Memory is associated with the impact a certain event has on our mind. Our interest, and
Example, if we meet someone really attractive, we'll remember them or, if we eat
something really yum, we'll remember the taste. If we really want to read something,
we'll remember it even after just one read.
Such is with the language. If you really like a language and want to learn it, you'll
remember it better.
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Message 18 of 1804 July 2017 at 4:23pm | IP Logged
good point.. when learning arabic i was amazed that it went all quite fast. I was doing
it every day but it was really just pushing words into my head (in arabic writing even)..
I think the memory formed to see the shapes of the letters and then i could remember it.
However, one week i had a break.. then when i came back to it, i had forgotten everything
and no motivation to learn it again. It shows you need multiple sources to learn a
language and not focus on just one.
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