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Neujahrsvorsätze in aller Welt - und in jeder Sprache:
New Year’s resolutions sometimes seem like such challenging goals. For instance, saying “I’m going to lose weight this year”, yet never actually putting the Nutella jar in the trash, or giving away that secret stash of candy makes it difficult to reach that goal. Keeping New Year’s resolutions is hard work, but learning a language doesn’t have to be, it’s all about the approach.
Take the Nutella example, if I don’t throw out the Nutella I have to stare at it every morning at breakfast and hope that my will power will overcome its chocolaty goodness. However, if I take the initiative and throw it out, I’ll be two steps ahead. The same logic applies to learning a language. We all have the brochures and advertisements for language software cut out, but we don’t follow through. It’s usually the will power or motivation that makes or breaks this language learning goal. So how does a person build that motivation and finally learn or improve their language skills?
Taking a Language Course Abroad with the promise of a great vacation is sure fire motivation for any working adult. That’s right, whether Spanish, German, French, or English is your target language planning out a great vacation in Spain, Germany, France, England, or Ireland might be the key to that extra motivation. International Projects offers a variety of language holiday packages tailored to fit both language and holiday needs. Imagine the satisfaction of finally acquiring basic language skills or filling in the holes and improving your existing language abilities. That feeling is priceless.
So before that language brochure ends up in a desk drawer or the computer program ends up collecting dust like it did last year; consider taking a language course abroad and finally mark one of those resolutions off your list.
IP International Projects GmbH
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