What is the most thing that you ( Like / Hate ) about learning new language ?
Personally, I love grammar. There's something really satisfying about picking a language apart, and the little lightbulbs that appear when I work something out.
Vocab is a nightmare for me. I haven't found a proper way of learning it, which means I'm constantly lacking (and learning).
Hello ;) I think is the lack of a partner because this way I could improve my pronunciation and have a good time but it's also the same routine everyday and to me, it would be perfect to have a schedule at school full of languages like: English, French, Russian, German, Chinese and Japanese. So I may be happier than having to do chemistry homework when I hate it.
Holly Jensen what is your opinion about watch movies in language we are learning with subtitules? After study the concepts basics?
For exemple in Portugal all things in non-native language have subtitules but in Germany and France they don't hear the original voice is allways with native language "folded"...
i hate grammar
I really like grammar. It is interesting to see how language is built up out of logical blocks. The thing I did not like in language class is literature. I like reading books, and I like to practice my reading. But I cannot see the use of talking about what the writer meant with this and that, and how can this metaphor be explained. Even when I sometimes even like the book and the subject, I think discussing this has little to do with your language skills.