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The Birkenbihl-Approach to Language Learning
Learners experience difficulties because even if vocabulary has been learned well, the words have been learned as individual units (e.g. “put” with several possible translations into the native tongue of learner) while now in context only one of these possibilities describes the meaning. Which one is it this time? And if learners have not learned the vocabulary well they will feel helpless, frustrated, even “stupid” and conclude firstly: language learning is very difficult, and secondly.
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