4How to Learn as a Verbal Learner?

Do you need to write down all your lessons and read your lists out loud to remember it all? You’re a verbal learner. That’s good news! Often, verbal learners enjoy language, reading and writing. So it’s perfect if you want to learn a new language. A verbal learner needs to write things down and to talk to himself or to other people.

To learn French as a verbal learner, alternate between written exercises and conversation courses with a teacher or anglophones. It will allow you to exploit your learning strengths. And since verbal learners work best with words and speech, don’t hesitate to record your teacher or yourself in order to listen to your lessons again. You can even write down the recording to speed up your learning!

5How to Learn as a Physical Learner?


You can’t stand still while speaking on the phone? You need to go on a walk in the middle of studying, in order to focus? You might be a physical or kinesthetic learner. It means that you will learn better while doing physical activities.

You might wonder how it will help you study a new language? Well, you can go on a walk while listening to a recording of your lessons, or go back and forth in your room while repeating some vocabulary words. Some people will thrive during role play! Find other students and recreate daily scenes in order to learn basic vocabulary and conversations. And finally, you can go on a field trip to learn, hear and speak a new language.

6How to Learn as a Logical Learner?

Since logical learners are also called mathematical learners, you might think they’re not fit for language learning. You would be wrong! Most of the time, languages are logical (if you don’t look at exceptions). Are you the type of learner who needs logic in his learning?

Logical learners should make lists. Vocabulary lists by themes for example, but also exceptions lists, irregular verbs, etc. And if you feel like your lessons can be expressed in charts, go for it.