Motivation plays a huge role in any kind of learning. Just consider the nightmare parents face when trying to get a sixth grader to learn to multiply and divide fractions, and you’ll know what I’m talking about.
We learn a new language in order to communicate with new people.
Here’s the catch: we need to communicate with new people in order to learn a new language.
Is this simply an issue of being extroverted or introverted? Maybe, but a lot in our circumstances can decrease our motivation to interact with new people in a new language.
So take the test and see what happens. If you are facing challenges in this area, we have some suggestions to increase your motivation.
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