When learning Chinese
, do you have such a feeling that when you find a suitable study method, as soon as the amount of new words and grammar increases, your level of Chinese will advance rapidly. In other words, as long as the appropriate study methods are cultivated into a habit, Chinese is not that difficult.
So, what can we do to make learning Chinese a habit?
1. Change from the study method
Learning Chinese is not to have a bit-sized chunk of study when it suddenly occurs to you. Persistence is very important. It is better to learn Chinese two or three times in a week than two or three times in a month. Because frequent learning and contact with Chinese are more conducive to relevant memory.
2. How to integrate learning Chinese into life
Everyone has 24 hours a day samely. With such limited time, once you decide to learn Chinese, you must have a practical plan. For example, arrange your daily schedule to see what is important and what is not. You can cut down on minor matters and make time for learning Chinese.
3. How to build the habit of learning Chinese
On the premise of the previous two steps, the learning time must have been ensured. The next and most important step is to encourage yourself and make learning Chinese a habit. When learning Chinese, you may feel boring and may want to give up. If so, you can integrate Chinese study into some interesting things. For example, watching TV and listening to music at the break time of Chinese study to cheer yourself up; after study, you can do something you like, which virtually increases your motivation to learn.
In addition, it is best to learn Chinese for 30 minutes before dinner and read Chinese books for 30 minutes before going to bed every day.