International travel is an amazing opportunity to get out and experience the world. But traveling itself doesn’t guarantee language development.
In fact, a high percentage of university students who spend a semester abroad don’t even return home with significant growth in the host language.
Some travelers develop their language more than others – even if they’re on the exact program.
How can you maximize a travel experience for language development purposes? Here is a brief summary of what you’ll find in this free guide:
The key to intentional language development
The foundation principle
How to capture & retain vocabulary
How to persuade others to speak to you in Spanish
Everyday opportunities to use the host language
Avoiding the biggest English temptation & leveraging the power of the right friendships
Harnessing the chaos of rapid speak, uncontrolled contexts, and confusing conversations
Eliminating the biggest “language learning” hoax ever
Attempting the impossible
Going the extra mile
Free eBook! How to maximize language growth on any travel experience
It may not be realistic for you to travel on a true language immersion program on your next trip, but that doesn’t mean you can’t do things on your own to learn the language of the country you’re traveling to.