We often leave school after years of studying a language seemingly no closer to fluency. I studied A level French but can’t count the number of times I felt ashamed at the prospect of speaking it to a native. Is it a crippling sense of self-doubt that I am simply not good enough? Or do we need to ease ourselves away from the classroom to the real application of the language? It is easy to become despondent following school and give up on a language; it takes motivation and work but it is possible and we should encourage ourselves to reach our potential. Fluency in a language is not an enigma bestowed on a select few- it is available to us all we simply need to make a plan of how to get there. Here a few tips on finding language learning motivation.
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