Language Study Habits Infographic
Self-learners can feel very lonely. It’s hard to gather motivation to persevere faced with convoluted grammatical concepts, and tones of vocabulary piling up in your SRS database. Over time you develop study habits and study schedule and may wonder — am I the only one who studies this way?
Thousands of people have achieved progress with LinguaLift in shorter time then they expected. Check out the Language Study Habits Infographic to find out how these successful LinguaLift users approach language learning.
The ability to study anywhere achieved importance of 6.99 (ok, let’s make is 7) on a 1-10 scale. Surprisingly almost 1/5 of the respondents said they “don’t really care” about it, which means that perhaps having a language app is not a prerequisite for success.
Perhaps the most interesting question asked was about the one thing you can’t study without. A fair number of answers specified things related to the:
- environment: comfy chair, blanket, or a quiet place. Other answers that can be included in this category are cat plush and miserable weather
- study aids and technology: pencil, scratch paper, laptop, internet, headphones. One person mentioned poems — how artistic!
- food and drinks: full belly, snacks, water, tea, coffee — yup, we can empathise with the latter for sure! Chocolate, iced latte, and cucumbers were each mentioned once too.