when learning a new language

by admin on June 30, 2008

Among the best ways to learn a new language or dialect are through constant practice and memorization. Listening to audio also helps a great deal. Making friends with native speakers is also a boost. We can often learn a new language by imitating what we hear. By adding visual material (through reading) this might stimulate the brain even more and may aid in learning. Learning Jamaican patois is no different. Through constant exposure, listening and practice it is possible to learn this dialect. As the old saying goes: practice (can) make perfect. LearnJamaican.com has audio lessons for learning Jamaican patwa; there is also a text manual which accompanies the audio. The text manual is the written version of what is being said in the audio. Some may find this helpful.

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