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Teach the Language you are Learning[edit | edit source]

The following quote sums it all up : "Knowledge Shared is Knowledge Gained".

If you are learning a language and in the same time you are teaching that same language to others, chances are that you will learn faster.

As an example, if you are learning Japanese. A very good way for your to improve your knowledge of Japanese will be to write Japanese lessons.

If it's useful for you, it can be also useful to others.

Others will also add content to your lesson or correct some errors. It will also be an opportunity for you to learn new things.

Teach your Native Language[edit | edit source]

As a native speaker of a language, it will be easier for you to write a lesson to teach that language.

By helping others, you could make new friends who might, in return, teach you their native language.

By writing a lesson, you might also learn things about your own language.


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