linguoboy wrote:Maybe take a break and study something else for a while?
I find it difficult to maintain focused study of a language for more than a couple months at a time unless I have a concrete goal on the horizon (such as an upcoming trip or a meeting with native speakers). At some point my attention wanes, then wanders, and I end up getting interested in something else. After a while, however, it wanders again and I eventually come back to one of the languages I was studying before.
So maybe the solution is to buy a plane ticket?
Pangu wrote:Think about what is it that made you interested in learning Korean in the first place.
eddeux wrote:It's like I started to treat studying Korean more like a task than something I just simply enjoy.
linguoboy wrote:eddeux wrote:It's like I started to treat studying Korean more like a task than something I just simply enjoy.
What are some things you "simply enjoy" and is there any way to do them through the medium of Korean?
eddeux wrote:I'm thinking of posting my writing on here from my diary. A little embarrassing, but perhaps that would keep me dedicated to practicing and receiving corrections.
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