How I Be taught Any Language in 24 Hours



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28 thoughts on “How I Be taught Any Language in 24 Hours

  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    I'm about to be a freshman in high school and i'll be taking Spanish 2. Although I've already taken a year's worth of Spanish I feel as though I cannot hold a conversion with a person actually fluent. I believe this is because in school we are just taught grammar and how to read not so much pronunciation. I cannot wrap my head around how the american school system believes we should learn other languages like this. In my mind it just doesn't make sense. I mean we are born knowing no language but eventually learn from being spoken to and listening to others. It makes more sense to learn how to speak and then read and write rather than the other way around.

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  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    Hello, I just got Anki (learning Japanese) and in less than 24 hours I learned a few things but what happened was I saw a sentence once and from listening to so much music and conversation in my past, I had recognized an ending and connected it with the translation from Anki and the flash card. After learning one word from before and only reviewing a few sentences, I got a flash card I had never seen before that was just audio and I knew what it meant and I just wanted to share Kek

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  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    Good video, make some good points and i agree that you should consider what method og learning is right for you. I think in many cases learning naturally by doing as he says is best.

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  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    I know you’ll never see this, but I had to learn Italian by pure need. Granted now due to lack of use I’ve lost most of it. But I was sent to Italy with the Air Force. First thing I did was learn the basics! I could kinda carry on a conversation, but I within 24 hrs to ask how much things cost and other basic things. I was able to get along with most people I had contact with. In fact I could read a menu in Italian so well, that when I got back to the states, I had a hard time reading a menu in English. But it’s come in very handy several times. Best time that happened was I went to an Italian Restaurant in Reno Nv. I was with my best friend and my Nephew. Neither knew any Italian, and even though the menu was printed in both Italian and English they still didn’t understand what some or most of the items were.
    So I explained exactly what each thing was because I can still read some Italian. Most menus no problem. So when the Waiter came to take our order I ordered in Italian. The waiter knew everything I did so that was fine. However the Big boss was direct from Italy. He’d been here many years but when he was told that I actually ordered everything in conversational Italian, and NOT in English he had to come out and meet us. Spoke for several min in both English and Italian, especially since I was so rusty! Long story shorter, the rest of our stay there was instead of just just a couple of hrs to nearly 4. He found out where my buddy and I were from and told us the owners of the Hotel had a winery about 4 miles from my house. Which kinda surprised all of us. When we finished our meal, he came to our table with a Surprise. He brought 3 shot type glasses (slightly larger) and a bottle of Sambuca! My Nephew and buddy as well as I were surprised. BUT I did remember from living in Italy DON’T insult the host when he offers you a drink! I quickly explained it to both of them. I KNEW EXACTLY what Sambuca was, and told them this ONLY happens when you make a serious impression on that person. Even though I despise Anise, we all had the drink. He came back and was so impressed he Left the bottle telling us to help ourselves!!! We were there about another 10 min, when we realized the Restaurant was COMPLETELY EMPTY! So I paid the bill, left a large tip, and we thanked everyone and apologized for being there so far past closing. But we were told that the boss was so impressed with my Italian and where we were from, he said we could have been there all night! We got out to my car and had to kill about 40 min Sobering up. Seems we had 4 shots each, and that stuffs got a kick like a mule!! Even on a full stomach we had a pretty good buzz. And I wasn’t about to drive around Reno Nv with a buzz! There on vacation and didn’t want an impaired driving/DUI at all. None of were drinkers or much, so we just talked till I could drive. Got my nephew home and my buddy and I got back to our motel and I finally explained several things that I couldn’t make clear in the restaurant.
    So immersive language I understand. And I did it the easy way. Started small and picked it up fast and moved on from there. Love you’re videos.

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  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    I thought this would be cool what if people in like public schools who taught language classes made a group chat on like the school computers so students could text each other but they had to do it in the language that they were learning only

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  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    Learning Huttese is harder to submerge myself around their people because the Hutt’s generally live on tatooine and other systems around the outer rim.
    Any advice?

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  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    if you want to learn chianese come on we can help each other 我是中国人,这里可有朋友?

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  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    This video gave me the motivation I needed to give Russian another try. I got to a point where I knew a couple of sentences and I was able to start making up my own. The grammar was really intimidating, but learning a new alphabet was really fun!

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  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    Duolingo is actually VERY CLOSE to wht u r sayin, they instantly start with real home phrases like Where is the milk? Or Where is mom. They don't even tell u the grammar u jus by repetition see the pattern emerge and then they introduce one word only a time n u figure it out. Duolingo is actually very very underrated, n ppl discredit it jus for its massive commercial appeal. However how I learn any lamguage in almost 3 or 4 month is you HAVE TO pair duolingo with a REAL constant conversation with a native. I use hellotalk n jus throw urself in deep end with natives

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  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    Um, I get your philosophy, but you still didn't explain how I can do this in 24 hours.

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  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    You can say this guy is genius cause how he move and how constantly he blink like he's doing something in his brain 🧠

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  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    Any chance you have a list of these sentences you normally use? I mean, I feel like I can make up a list myself but you have already done this probably 20+ times so I know your list is better 🤣 also your content is great which is how I stumbled upon this older video

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  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    Your video is bullshit. Nobody can learn a language in 24 hours. I was a language teacher, and I lived in a foreign country.
    If I picked up a newspaper and read the full front page, how much do you think you'd understand if the language was one you had never studied before, or for no more than only 24 hours?

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  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    you ommitted the part about having an IQ of 140 and a stable supply of amphetamines

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  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    I've discovered that it's much more useful and practical to learn a language through ways that you will find useful than going more 'traditional' or going textbook. My personal touch on learning a language is changing video game languages to whichever one I'm learning (currently learning Japanese, Russian, and Norwegian Bokmal), but I've heard of people watching shows dubbed in their respective language, same for reading and what not.

    From personal experience, the only classroom time I ever got in any language was one day of a Japanese 101 course in college (changed minors first day of class) and two years of mandatory high school Spanish. Pretty much everything I've relied on Duolingo, video games, and reading articles and texts here and there to teach me how to read and write most of what I know in all the languages I know pieces of. I think if I was confined to reading a textbook all the freaking time, I'd get very bored and frustrated very fast.

    edit: another trick I've heard of and haven't put into much practice just yet, but hopefully will try soon enough, is to think as much in that language as much as you can. Unsure how practical it can be, but noteworthy, and something I plan on trying 🙂

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  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    I’m learning German and what helped me is changing the language to Deutsch on my leisure Ipad that I don’t have to use for anything important so all the apps are now in German and i know what the buttons do based off of memory and I put two and two together and learn some new words while scrolling Instagram or Facebook or YouTube

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  • May 30, 2022 at 2:14 pm
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    The thing that amazes me more – even though learning a language enough to have a conversation is very impressive- is that when they speak back – you understand! How do you learn that?? Any advice?

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