Why is it so hard for me to learn English, while my friend finds it easy? Although we know that making comparisons is not good, it is a question we ask ourselves. The answer is not a simple one. Today we will discuss some of the possible reasons.
However, there is good news: Just because it costs you more, doesn’t mean that it is impossible. As we have seen, the ear plays an important part in learning a language. This is one of the many reasons why we work with the Callan Method, a grammatically structured and oral method based questions and answers with which you will not only learn English but also to listen to it and speak it.
. Weber-Fox, C. & Neville, H. (1999). “Functional neural systems are differentially affected by delays in second language inmersion: ERP and behavioral evidence in bilinguals”. En D. Birdsong (ed), Second language acquisition and the critical period hypothesis (pp. 23- 38). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlba.
. Nicolás J. (2020). “Las ventajas de los métodos directos para aprender un idioma”. Blog Callan School of English.
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