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How to identify and solve your language learning problems

 

Introduction
 

If you are not making the progress you would like to make or are not satisfied with your language learning program, you can get help in identifying the problems or obstacles facing you and in trying to solve them.

Introduction
 

You may be frustrated, or feel you are not making the rate of progress you would like in your language learning. If so, you can try to identify your problems and do something about them. There are resources in the Language Learning Workshop that can help.

Things to do
  Here are the things to do to identify and solve your language learning problems:
 

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