Archive for January, 2011

I have seen and heard many people ask this question about certain parts of a language, and the answer to everyone is simple.

See more examples of it in a sentence.

There have been many times where I don’t exactly know what a word means, but a faint gist is enough to get me to use it correctly at the right time, with the right surrounding words.

With that said, you don’t ever have to know what any word means, definition-wise, but only when and how to use it. For example, can you explain “the”, “and”, and “a” to anyone? It’s very difficult, yet you know exactly when and how to use them, and what nuances they change in the meaning of a sentence.

Make it of utmost importance to get more examples. Expose yourselves to more of the troubling particle or word, and it will all become clear with time. Don’t worry about when or how, just expose yourself and all will become clear when it needs to be.

Happy Travels! [^.^]

Okay, its been quite a few weeks, and I am finally back. I have obtained a netbook somehow, and it does everything I need it to in order to continue my language learning processes. I have almost downloaded all the programs I need in order to fly through everything… And with that, a new language post!