字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hey, everyone, welcome to the Monthly Review, The monthly show on language Learning where you discover new learning strategies, motivational tips, new study tools and discover new resource is, by the way, you can download all the lessons in bonuses you're about to see right now on the website. So click the link in the description to sign up for your free lifetime account and start speaking in minutes. Okay, today's topic is seven minutes and seven seconds. Toe language Learning success. You're going to learn one. The seven minutes seven second rule toe language Learning success to why seven minutes and seven seconds is all you need to get started with the language and three how you can apply it to your learning. So, do you have a hard time sticking with the language learning routine? Are you jumping around from one resource to another and not really continuing with any of them? 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Right now, they're years to keep forever. Okay, let's jump into today's topic. Seven minutes and seven seconds. Toe language Learning success. Okay, so what's the seven minutes? Seven second rule toe language learning success. First, let me explain where this tactic comes from. A lot of you might relate. Have you ever had a bit of free time and gone to YouTube to see what's new? You play a video and just keep going and going, watching the recommended videos and other things of interest. It's really easy to get sucked in, right. Imagine you finally stopped watching after a really terrible video that seven minutes and seven seconds long have you ever suddenly realized how much time you've wasted and thought, What is this? What am I doing with my time? You've just been sitting there watching videos, Yes, although the final video was just seven minutes and seven seconds. Think of the total amount of time wasted watching all those videos. It's a lot. This is where the seven minutes and seven seconds idea comes from. If you have seven minutes and seven seconds to watch YouTube, you have seven minutes and seven seconds to learn a language. Now you might be thinking this isn't enough time or you won't make a real dent in your language. Progress with that. But let's talk about why seven minutes and seven seconds is all you need to get started with the language, first and foremost for anything you do in life routines of the cornerstone of success. So if you can stick with the routine, you're on a guaranteed path to mastering your language, and the seven Minutes seven second rule gives you just that. A simple, specific routine. Put in just seven minutes and seven seconds a day, and when you're done, that's it. Here's what's so nice about the seven minutes seven seconds rule. First, it's good for your motivation. Think about it. When we think of learning language, we imagine spending hours learning a language, and this ruins our motivation, doesn't it? Or if you knew you had to write an essay and that it would take two hours, you wouldn't be too excited about starting it. Now imagine you had a stopwatch in front of you and you saw you had three more minutes to go. That doesn't feel so bad, and that's a major reason why this tactic works so well. It's not a serious commitment that you dread all day. You don't feel bad about it, and second, it's easy to do. There's no excuse not to find seven minutes and seven seconds in a day when a day is 1440 minutes. So if you're walking or driving to the store for 10 minutes, you could easily put that time in. So think of the seven minutes in seven seconds rule as your small, measurable goals for the day. It's the kind of goal that we often talk about setting. It's small enough to accomplish its measurable so that you know when you reach it and all you have to do is hit that number every day and you're done. So if you have a tough time getting into a language learning routine, this is perfect for you. So what should you? D'oh first sent a stopwatch to seven minutes and seven seconds and put it in the background. Then start learning. You can use whatever resource is you already have to fill up that time. But if you're using are learning program, the first easiest thing you can do is learn with our audio and video lessons. They're usually between three and 15 minutes long. Just press play. Our teachers teach you a practical dialogues. They translate everything, and you can start speaking if you're under seven minutes. When the lesson is done, you can replay or review it, or you can move on to another lesson. Second, studying with our space repetition flashcards, since you have to be actively paying attention this will be a bit harder than just taking lessons. But again, this is something you can sink. Seven minutes into third, you can read and review of the lesson notes. Inside, you get the lesson, conversation, grammar, explanations, the vocabulary and cultural insights. So just read through and put in the time. Once your stopwatch hit, seven minutes and seven seconds, you're done. You're free. If you go over, that's okay, too. But seven minutes seven seconds is the minimum limit. Then the people's tactic every single day, and you'll realize how easy it is to maintain this routine. So if you've had a tough time sticking to a learning routine, give this a try. All right, everyone. In the last monthly review, we asked you to submit a video or audio file of yourself, speaking the language, introducing yourself or talking about your country in the language. So thank you to all of you that sentence submissions. You've all received a premium plus subscription as a reward. Now let's take a look at some of your submissions, Okay, so now I'm going to listen to a couple of audio messages that you were kind enough descendant forthis month Let's get started. Hi. Hi. My name is very bonded, and I am 18. I'm from India and from state to petition. Well, mourn to learn this language is because it is military. In my college, I still being that I want to learn. Ah, this language, because I really like to talk to the person belongs to different cultures. And ah, they'd veto them is to English because everybody knows English. A lease is a common language. And I also wants to travel with a friend countries in the vial. So I want to learn English. Nice. Nice. Yeah, that's a really good point. So having to study English as a requirement for college and it only 18 to like your English already sounds really great. So I'm sure as you continue studying in college, your English is going to improve more and more. You can use it as you travel and meet people from other places. That's awesome. Thank you so much for sending this along. Okay, so I'm gonna go to the next one. Hi, Molly. Showing I am 20 years old in the world as the stuff engineer. Okay. On Levi's is she? And where she is a historical thinking is a lost China. Chen she probably He's a great time a night to read, watch movies and play games with family and the friends is a past Her weeks I have been funny. Englishness is from the Anisha or you go. Thanks for riding along to you Press my gratitude to our nation. Yeah, a good teacher. Eggs. And, uh, I'm not you very much. With your help, I have made a great pro grant in my spoken please, if you have a chance to visit she and placed compacted me on the reason. My warm under six in here one come. Thank you very much. Cool. That was super awesome. So over the last couple of weeks, this person has been studying English with our channel. Thank you so much for watching. That's very cool. And thank you so much for sharing about your hometown in China. That sounds very interesting. Historical location. Awesome. Thank you so much for watching and good luck with your continued studies. Okay, so that is everything that we have for this month. Thank you so much to everyone who submitted. And if you want to submit, don't forget to send them along for next month's, too. So which entry did you like the best? Leave a comment below, or do you think you can do better? Here is a challenge for you. Yes, everyone watching this record. A 32nd toe, one minute video or audio clip. Tell us about where you're from and you'll win a one month premium plus subscription. To submit, click on the link in the description. Sign up for your free lifetime account, then fill out the form attached the audio or video file and press submit. 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