How to Learn a Language Once You’ve Reached a High Level

You can’t rely on fate anymore. It’s time to get conscious.

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Thinking there’ll be a day you won’t have to study anymore might be the worse mistake you can make.

To learn a language well, you have to accept there will never be an end to your study. I am reminded of that fact regularly.

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Mathias Barra

Mathias Barra

French polyglot speaking 6 languages. Writer. Helping you learn languages. Get my new ebook → https://linktr.ee/MathiasBarra

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