Heres How To Find Out How Hard It Will Be To Learn A New

UnCategorized You can learn the basic structure of almost any language from just a few basic sentences. Ideally, you should have a native speaker translate the phrases, but if one isn’t around, you could try using one of the many online translation tools. When you are trying to decide if you should learn a specific language, you want to find out how difficult it will be based on what you already know. For example, does the language have unfamiliar pronunciations or grammatical structures? Will it interfere with languages that you already speak? Finally, will you ever use it? Here are the sentences: The apple is red. It is Johns apple. I give John the apple. We give him the apple. He gives it to John. She gives it to him. I must give it to him. I want to give it to her. The apple is not red. It is not Johns apple I dont give John the apple. He doesnt give it to John She doesnt give it to him I must not give it to him. I dont want to give it to her. The first sentences will tell you if verbs are conjugated based on the speaker. They also indicate the placement of indirect objects (John), direct objects (the apple) and pronouns (him, it). The second set of sentences tells you how the language handles negations. Are they placed with the verb as in English? Are they the last word in a sentence as in German? Or, are the expressed as two words as in French? The last two sentences are good to see if helping verbs exist. A good shortcut to expressing yourself is to learn to conjugate the helping verbs such as want, need, should etc. In Spanish, this will let you express yourself with I need/should/want/have + the infinitive of any verb. Learning these verbs will give you access to all of the other verbs and make it much easier for you to express yourself. Armed with this information, you will be able to decide if , and how long it will take for you to be.e proficient in a new language. About the Author: – – – – – – – – – – 相关的主题文章: