Hello, ever since I've started learning languages I've ran into a problem, my indecisiveness. I start to learn a language for a while and then i have doubts and start thinking about another language. For example i started with Norwegian and continued with it for about 4 months , then suddenly i wanted to learn German, so i stoped Norwegian and went ahead with German, couple months after Italian got my interest so i started learning it, again recently i wanted to learn Norwegian, and the pattern continues! I try to keep my interest but it just diminishes, part of the problem is i want to learn so many languages at once and i can't because i'm learning french at school so i can only choose one, but i can't stick with my decision.I try narrowing my interest's to music and culture but all of them interest me so much! I know if i don't stop i won't be able to learn any languages, but i keep doubting myself and i can't stop.I'm confused on how people can learn one language at a time when there are so many to learn! Would someone please help me learn how to stick to a decision?
Psst learn Italian!
I have been doing Esperanto, Spanish, and Italian, and was liking all three. I am almost finished with Esperanto, so I am putting off the others for a couple weeks while I finish Esperanto.
I don't know how to make you stick with one language, but there is nothing wrong with doing more than one at a time.
Hana, You have my respect. --- I think that you need to have some fun in the language you choose. It is difficult to watch a comedy on Netflix with a sound track of a language we are weak in. So I watch comedies and mysteries with English subtitles. I also like the responses that others made. You sound like you are going to continue to become a brilliant person. It will take time. Regards, Ken