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The frequency of studying a foreign language is another important element that can make the difference.

Imagine that you would read today for 10 minutes from a study book, you would listen to a few Romanian words on our website for another 5 minutes and then do nothing for 2 weeks.

Learning a foreign language is not really as ridding a bicycle: you learn it once and you know it for the rest of your life. You need to practice a language, and the more you practice, the better you will get. Of course that you'll need the right tools and resources(that we'll explain in the next section).

The best is to follow a pattern of learning new words and grammar rules and then regularly review them(e.g. study 3 lessons and then, after two weeks, go one more time through all of them to see how much you still remember).

Practice, practice and again practice Romanian

The header says it all, the more you'll practice the more you'll remember and the more automatism will get created in your mind.

Too much at once

Try not to learn everything at once, pouring new words in your brains will not help either. You need to find your own pace, however if the break between any two lessons is bigger than two weeks it becomes difficult to remember the previous lesson.

It's also true that it makes a difference whether you are passively exposed to the language within these two weeks, nevertheless learning the vocabulary and the grammar rules is faster via the active process of studying and understanding Romanian.


I would like to learn how too speak romanian but I'm finding it very hard

Hi Denise,

What do you find most difficult? the new vocabulary? the pronunciation?

Happy to help

I would like to learn how too speak romanian but I'm finding it very hard

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