Test driving languages
I've begun a project on my blog where I try out all the languages on Duolingo and write about my first impressions of the languages. I talk briefly about alphabet, pronunciation, grammar, and my overall impression. At the moment, I'm doing the languages available for English speakers, but as I study more Spanish, I'll give Catalan a try. I'm not talking about French, Spanish, or German, though. Those are the three I'm studying seriously at the moment.
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I did my first language today, and that's Irish. And I'm sure many of you know that Irish isn't the easiest language to learn. Let's just say that I failed to retain much of it, as I didn't do any review.
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I used to read Encyclopedia Britannica when I was younger, and now I read Wikipedia virtually every day.
Well, there it is. I used to read World Book Encyclopedia when I was a kid. I also read Wikipedia every day.
I strongly encourage you to write what you are learning down on a piece of paper. In other words, take notes. That will make it not only easier to retain but easier to write a review later.