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Is motivation relevant to learning a second language? Why
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Yeah because once you are motivated,you get the passion to study it which develops your interest in it and makes learning easier.
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Yes. http://coerll.utexas.edu/methods/modules/learners/02/instrumental.php
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Thanks alot
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ghazi
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unless you have desire or motivation to learn anything you cant learn anything, so of course that is the driving energy to guide you and make you more enthusiastic to learn anything
anonymous
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yep
anonymous
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Why is chinese easier to learn for japanese speakers?
ghazi
  • ghazi
well its mandarin there is no language known as chinese :D :) and its easier for japnese to learn mandarin because these are bit similar
anonymous
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k thanks :)
ghazi
  • ghazi
D:
anonymous
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Most people belive that learning a different way of writing is hard.
ghazi
  • ghazi
no it aint
ghazi
  • ghazi
i learned russian and it was very easy, you just need to have motivation to learn anything and inquisitiveness D: D:
anonymous
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its not hard, its different for everyone, just as long as you try hard and put your mind to it you can do anything :) and learning a new langauge is not the hardest thing in the world, i have to say learning english was very easy and it didnt take long for me, but its different for everyone :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Everybody agrees that Hungarian is the hardest language.
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oops aap language course ker ri ho ... EILTS ryt ? hv done 2 year ago :P
anonymous
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no...
anonymous
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I believe English is the hardest language to learn.
anonymous
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ehem English is too easy
anonymous
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Motivation is, I think, the only drive to learn a new language. Learning a language is hard because there is no goal. Because its "language"! To proceed the endless journey, one needs great motivation and needs to feed the motivation from time to time with new stimulation from others who also learns a language. By the way, Chinese can be easier for the Japanese to learn than people from other countries because Chinese uses Kanji that the Japanese also uses. But!! Chinese pronunciation is completely foreign to the Japanese, so there is no big advantage for the Japanese....
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I think nothing is difficult in this world. I depends on how you see it.

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