says Robert DeKeyser, a professor of second language acquisition at the University of Maryland. “The only way to learn a language is to make quite a bit of effort on a daily basis”. “You cannot expect to just absorb language the way that a child does,” he says. “Children are good at learning the underlining system of all the language input they get because they can infer the underlying patterns without understanding the rules. Adults must be conscientious of the rules of the language. Their implicit learning doesn’t work all that well.”” Many experts agree that the ideal learning method for adults really depends on the individual. “Find the method that works for you
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