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Ankush Sehgal. Ravi Shankar Sathyamurthy. This drive makes them want to succeed. Non-East Asian users of the Glossika Mass Sentence GMS methods are split in two groups: those who reap enormous benefit by completing the course, and others who give up because its too tough to stick to the schedule. If you feel like our training is too overwhelming or demands too much of your time, then I suggest you get your hands on our Glossika Spaced Repetition GSR audio files which are designed for people like you.
So if youre ambitious, use GMS. If youre too busy or cant stick to a schedule, use GSR. Our definition of fluency is simple and easy to attain: speaking full sentences in one breath.
Once you achieve fluency, then we work with you on expanding your expression and vocabulary to all areas of language competency. But the level at which you want to speak a foreign language is your choice. There is no requirement to continue to the highest level, and most people never do as a B Level becomes their comfort zone.
Just check for the IPA mark on our covers. We strive to provide as much phonetic detail as we can in our IPA transcriptions, but this is not always possible with every language. IPA is the most scientific and precise way to represent the sounds of foreign languages.
Including IPA in language training guides is taking a step away from previous decades of language publishing. We embrace the knowledge now available to everybody via online resources like Wikipedia which allow anybody to learn the IPA: something that could not be done before without attending university classes. To get started, just point your browser to Wikipedias IPA page to learn more about pronouncing the languages we publish. PronunciationIn languages like English, our words undergo a lot of pronunciation and intonation changes when words get strung together in sentences which has been well analyzed in linguistics.
Likewise it is true with languages like Chinese where the pronunciations and tones from individual words change once they appear in a sentence. By following the intonation and prosody of a native speaker saying a whole sentence, its much easier to learn rather than trying to say string each word together individually.
Syntaxthe order of words, will be different than your own language. Human thought usually occurs in complete ideas.
Every society has developed a way to express those ideas linearly by first saying what happened the verb , or by first saying who did it the agent , etc.
Paying attention to this will accustom us to the way others speak. Vocabularythe meanings of words, never have just one meaning, and their usage is always different. You always have to learn words in context and which words theyre paired with. These are called collocations.
To commit a crime and to commit to a relationship use two different verbs in most other languages. Never assume that learning commit by itself will give you the answer. After a lifetime in lexicography, Patrick Hanks reached the alarming conclusion that words dont have meaning, but rather that definitions listed in dictionaries can be regarded as presenting meaning potentials rather than meanings as such.
This is why collocations are so important. Grammarthe changes or morphology in words are always in flux.
Memorizing rules will not help you achieve fluency. You have to experience them as a native speaker says them, repeat them as a native speaker would, and through mass amount of practice come to an innate understanding of the inner workings of a languages morphology. Most native speakers cant explain their own grammar. It just happens.
It doesnt have to be a lot of time, maybe just 30 minutes at most is fine. If you have more time, even better.
Then schedule that time to be your study time every day. Try to tackle anywhere from 20 to sentences per day in the GMS. Do what youre comfortable with. Review the first 50 sentences in the book to get an idea of what will be said. Then listen to the A files. If you can, try to write all the sentences down from the files as dictation without looking at the text. This will force you to differentiate all the sounds of the language.
If you dont like using the A files, you can switch to the C files which only have the target language. After dictation, check your work for any mistakes. These mistakes should tell you a lot that you will improve on the next day.
Go through the files once again, repeating all the sentences. Then record yourself saying all the sentences. Ideally, you should record these sentences four to five days in a row in order to become very familiar with them.
All of the activities above may take more than one day or one setting, so go at the pace that feels comfortable for you. If this schedule is too difficult to adhere to, or you find that dictation and recording is too much, then take a more relaxed approach with the GSR files.
The GSR files in most cases are shorter than twenty minutes, some go over due to the length of the sentences. But this is the perfect attention span that most people have anyway. By the end of the GSR files you should feel pretty tired, especially if youre trying to repeat everything.
Just do one every day, as all the five days of review sentences are built in.