893. Like part of a natural plan to grow

H. D. Brown, as I’ve written on previous posts, states that learning and acquiring a language mainly depends on oneself. And that’s it. The more effort you invest in learning the language the better. The keys for success so would be “developing your own inner states of motivation and self-confidence, lowering anxieties, and becoming more of a risk taker are part of the plan.” (Page 71 from his already quoted book in this blog). I can assure you that you can rely on him. / Photo from: casd.blinghamton edu. child watering flowers


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