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[#6] What Defines A 'Good' Language Learner?

What Defines A 'Good' Language Learner?
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In this podcast episode, I go through and outline what I believe to be the traits and characteristics of ‘damn good’ language learners.

Summary:

  • There’s no such thing as a ‘language gene’. You’re not born good.
  • Good language learners don’t care what other people think.
  • Good language learners can spot the difference between quality resources and terrible resources.
  • Good language learners can make any activity enjoyable.
  • Good language learners are social.
  • Good language learners aren’t impatient.
  • Good language learners never stop trying to be better.
  • Good language learners aren’t afraid to give anything a try.
  • Good language learners don’t waste time.
  • Good language learners are resourceful.
  • Good language learners see mistakes as opportunities.
  • Good language learners stay accountable.

Related blog post:

Read my post where I outlined these characteristics of a ‘damn good language learner’.

Resources:

Visit my language tools page where I share my favorite language learning resources.

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