Language is not a math

Thinking, evaluating, analyzing, these are things we all do. The more experience we have, and the more we read, and the more we are obliged to state points of view and defend them, the better we get at critical thinking. Language is not science or math. It does not require complicated explanations or laboratory experiments. Language is best acquired naturally, through exposure and use. Language is natural, like breathing. As long as people are encouraged and motivated to discover their language learning potential, the most manage quite well. Language learning is simple. You need to create connections in your mind. It starts with words in some interesting contents. These words connect to sounds, to meanings, to other words in phrases, to episodes you have enjoyed, to feelings so you have to learn these connections and make them part of you.