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Slow and steady leads to solid progress

A burst of intensive training can help you improve your skills in your target language, quickly.

Which is especially useful when preparing for travel or an exam or to get a new job or a promotion.

You soon reach your deadline and now you know more words, your verbs have the right endings, you sound more natural and you speak more fluently.


Your time and effort have paid off.

But then … a while later … those rapid improvements seem to have disappeared …

You can’t think of that word you learnt, aren’t sure which preposition goes with this verb and your speaking, well it just doesn’t feel so smooth.

What’s happened?

Your hard-won gains have gone into sleep mode, snoozing somewhere in your brain.

So they don’t appear easily when you suddenly need them.

To wake them up and have them on call, try slow and steady training.

This means spending some time every few days training your language skills over a long period.

Slow and steady is ideal when you’re learning a language to:

You may not see quick wins, but slow and steady improvements last longer.

Need a hand to set up and stick to your language project? I can help.

© Christina Wielgolawski