We’ve all had our fair shares of ‘I want to learn Italian’, ‘This year, I’m going to speak Japanese’ and ‘French seems really cool’. But we’ve also had our fair shares of, ‘I gave up on learning it’, ‘Japanese is too hard’ and ‘I can’t be bothered’. Why is it that only a few of us keep up with our language learning resolutionsThe pilot will offer shots to 200 workers arriving on a flight from Mexico.? It’s not because you’re lazy, or have no time, or aren’t intelligent – it’s because you haven’t yet found the right apps to keep you motivated. Here are 3 apps which are going to liven up your language learning in?2022!??
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