Hey, I hope you're having a nice day! I was wondering if you had any tips for learning a language or really something in general that's not to do with actually sitting down and studying grammar. Things like improving your memory, building motivation, just overall things that will improve your ability to learn and use the knowledge. I thought you'd had handy advice. Thanks!
Someone asked me about memory stuff here. However, if you’re referring to how to memorize vocab here’s a post that includes that. Here’s my answer about how to avoid burnouts. Here you have more tips about how to get that mood for studying. And this post has some tips for motivation
About concentration though, i stopped using pomodoro. I used it at first as self control but now i stopped since i can study at any time. About my motivation, recently i’ve found an actor that motivates me so when i feel lazy i just watch a video with him and i’m good to go and study for a couple of hours. Also, recently i got annoyed and excited when i thought of my languages. I study them more because i want to get better enough and start a new language. I read constantly what other people do and how they study so i get motivated when i discover a new method and i change my routine daily.
If you get easily bored, you’ll need to make a non-schedule. It’s like a to-do list with tasks for your language but you have to change it daily. Guess what, i got bored of that this week and i had to change at what time i study. To remain interested, you need constant change.
I think i covered a lot of stuff with those links and my additional part, if you want to ask something else, i’ll be here for the next 7-8 hours. ^^