How to Learn a Foreign Language (2020)

How to Learn a Foreign Language Graham E. Fuller How to Learn a Foreign Language How to Learn a Foreign LanguageLearning any foreign language is hard work But it s a lot easier if you know the hidden skills and techniques that experts know and use to learn any foreign language In
  • Title: How to Learn a Foreign Language
  • Author: Graham E. Fuller
  • ISBN: 9780394756899
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Paperback
How to Learn a Foreign Language Graham E. Fuller How to Learn a Foreign LanguageLearning any foreign language is hard work But it s a lot easier if you know the hidden skills and techniques that experts know and use to learn any foreign language In this little handbook, language expert Graham E Fuller whose career has required him to learn than a dozen languages shows how to take the steps that will mHow to Learn a Foreign LanguageLearning any foreign language is hard work But it s a lot easier if you know the hidden skills and techniques that experts know and use to learn any foreign language In this little handbook, language expert Graham E Fuller whose career has required him to learn than a dozen languages shows how to take the steps that will make it easier for anyone struggling to learn any new language.That s why How to Learn a Foreign Language is used by schools, universities, and independent language learners throughout the world Acclaim for How to Learn a Foreign Language Useful and entertaining The New York Times It s astonishing that no one has ever thought of a book like this before designed to prepare students for beginning the study of any language This book is indispensable to anyone learning a first foreign language Dr L Michael Bell Professor of English and Foreign Languages, University of Colorado This book could save a beginning student hours of confusion, and might provide some confidence that learning a language is normal and possible, even for someone like him or her Fuller has codified what many successful language learners have found out for themselves by learning languagesThe knowledge that Fuller is writing from such vast experience can only inspire confidence on the part of the reluctant language learner Carol L McKay, Modern Language JournalExcerpts from the Book This book is for those of you who have never studied a foreign language before And it is for those of you who have already had one painful experience with a foreign language and who hope to do better at it this timeThis book isn t just for people who like languages It s for those of you who have to learn a language for one reason or another
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  1. J. Sebastian

    Fuller does a great job of describing some of the essential focal points of language learning, things that expert students of language will already know, but which are routinely ignored and overlooked by beginners Ignoring the principles established in this little book will needlessly increase the time required to learn a language The book is short and entertaining, and it should go a long way towards demistifying language acquisition, dispelling fear and trepidation, and building enthusiasm It [...]

  2. Joe Boenzi

    This book is highly motivational It is not written for the learning of any specific language, but How to Learn a Foreign Language offers tips and tidbits that can help students of any language to feel at ease in the pursuit I will list some features that I feel are the most helpful Besides explaining some of the typical hurdles that English speakers need to overcome in learning a foreign language, author Graham E Fuller offers tips for facing new languages There are physical hurdles such as, ge [...]

  3. Tina Jeraj

    I have known about all the methods used in this book in way better forms than described Most of it is common knowledge Book is full of irrelevant remarks about the reader such as assuming nobody will learn Finnish or other small European languages or that nobody but Americans will read the book Somewhere at the beginning of the book the author states that English is spoken in America I won t say what think of that The good points are that it was easy to read and had some decent examples The book [...]

  4. Mina Van der Woodsen

    I haven t read much books how to learn a foreign language but i don t need to this book is everything i need to learn a foreign language.He is direct,short,and he is absolutely right Great advices.You can also see that he knows what he is talking about he is an expert, and i respect him much and admire him.Not anyone can know that many languages,give advices how to learn,and encourage us to learn languages.

  5. Vivian

    A very short book, so a quick read, but full of enthusiasm and encouragement for foreign language learning Not every language learning method works for everyone, but his suggestions are sound, and he gives concrete examples of what worked and didn t work for his own education.

  6. Heather

    Short, to the point, easy to read, and encouraging, even if I already knew most of the points he was making Still, I think it was helpful it was a helpful refresher on what to look for, taught me a few things about the language that I ll be learning next semester French that I didn t know, and gave some helpful study tips and hints on how to approach learning a language He definitely emphasizes the importance of hearing the language and really freeing yourself of embarrassment about speaking a l [...]

  7. Jeary

    A short little book that introduces general advices when studying a foreign language Even though Fuller uses examples from various languages, the piece is not limited to any particular language or language class But, as an important point for all non native English speakers English is the language of reference, so be prepared to be talked to as you, that you are already fluent in English It is, indeed, a good summary of patterns that are inherent all language and hints how to master them and as [...]

  8. Amy

    At right around 100 pages, this is a concise guide to learning another language His methods are time tested and will work, but with a publication date of 1987, we have far better tools at our fingertips now than when this was first out If the author could time travel to now, he d exhort the virtues of the many online learning resources, communities, and Skype ing with someone in your target language But the book wouldn t be 100 pages any longer, and in today s world, this information is availabl [...]

  9. Desertrose

    Old book Not really helpful if you have already learnt a little bit of a foreign language You already know all what he says 2 stars because he organise those knowledges.

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