Good! You have decided to learn Italian! Learning a new language is a fascinating journey. Some people are just interested in the final destination. But the truth is that when you are learning a language, the journey never ends.
You may have a clear goal for learning Italian. You want to reach a certain level to…, and I let you complete that blank space.
Now, because this is not a vacation trip, we know you need to learn to embrace the language-learning process. It will be frustrating at times. But remember, you have to be in it for the long run.
Learning Italian is exciting
Adjusting that mindset from the start is crucial.
But you may insist that you only want to pass an exam, get a specific job, or open your business into Italian markets. And our answer to that is that your fuel will burn out.
So many start learning a language and quit before they have anything to feel proud about. Thus, feeling comfortable in the uncomfortable process of learning a new language will make you keep on when most retract.
And consider this. Do you view the process of learning the language as a burden? Is your motivation centered on the goal? Then you will probably find alternatives to reach your goal when the learning process becomes unbearable. And put Italian to the side.
Comparing the language learning process with physical travel, we could have two types of persons. One cares little about the landscape they are going by. And the other is so excited that he can’t put down his camera and is enthusiastic all the way.
Have you ever traveled with a grumbling person? We invite you to continue to focus on your goals. But also to enjoy the language learning voyage. Open the window and experience every aspect of it.
Are you ready to get started? Would you like to read a bit about the Italian language background history? Check out this post.
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