Spanish in 10 minutes a day Author:Kristine Kershul The concept behind the 10 minute a day approach is exactly that -- do a little bit everyday. Most of us learning a foreign language are enthusiastic and want to master the language, if not immediately, at least within the first few hours! we assemble books and dictionaries, then jump in for the attack. This intensity and focus can resemble di... more »eters on New Year's Day. The results can also be similar--focus turns to frustration if the results are not enormous. Unfortunately, enthusiasm frequently becomes avoidance until one is convinced that the goal can't be reached and eventually stops, either dieting or learning a language.
The 10 minute a day approach is designed for you to succeed. Spend a little time everyday on your new language; during coffee breaks or your commuting time can be ideal. You are not required to spend an hour or even the full ten minutes. What is important is that you do something every day.
Do not overdo. Let the process be fun. There is no set speed or time limit. You set your own pave. If you are enjoying what you are learning, don't stop even if you have been working for an hour. If, on the other hand, you have been concentrating for ten minutes and you need a break, stop and continue tomorrow.« less