How do you feel about your memories of learning languages at school?
Did you leave feeling like you were just not a language person? Got tales of cheating on every exam? Perhaps your teacher even threw things?
Oof! Language lessons can leave scars, and now that you're an independent learner it's time to break free and purge those bad memories.
This week, I'm bringing you real life stories from Canterbury, UK and my best strategies to help you turn the tables and start successfully learning a language as an adult.
Thank you to Anne for this episode introduction.
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