Your Language Learning Goals

Posted by John Sommers on 25th November 2016 in General

Different objectives require learning the language and different necessary vocabulary (for example, chatter in chat rooms or reading scientific journals), and a different level of written language (for example, to write letters or friends for writing fiction books), and different periods of study, based on current knowledge and goals. Determine your real goal! Step 1. Note the five most important goals of language learning in descending order: that you are in first place, that the second and so on. 1.Poluchit higher position in the company 2.Uvazhenie and admiration of others 3.Poluchit a good paying job 4.Mechtayu emigrate 5.Puteshestvovat World 6.Slushat popular songs and understand words 7.Chitat books by foreign authors in the original 8.Poluchit work in a foreign company 9.Nayti friends, chat with interesting people 10.Nayti mate 11.Uznavat news from foreign countries first-hand view of international television networks 12.Povyshat their skills by reading the scientific literature in foreign language 13.Schitatsya educated and successful man 14.Interes to country target language 15.Zanyat free time 16.Priobretat new skills that are useful for your work 17.Nravitsya learn something new to learn 18.Luchshe other countries 19.Po needed – study at school or in college as a hobby 20.V 21.Isklyuchitelno for practical purposes (study or work abroad) Step 2. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Angelina Jolie. What happens if you nebudet know the language? Write 5 of your fears.

Now each of them turn – rewrite the contrary. For example, 'Do not want to be backward 'to Reframe' I want to be an advanced 'or rather' will be boring to live 'write' I want a bright and exciting life 'Step 3. Now compare the goals of the Step 1, you mentioned that happened in Step 2. Are the same whether they value that you declare with your desires?.

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