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Thesis: it’s important to be productive
Antithesis: it’s important to rest
Synthesis: it’s important to be productive and to rest
Len’s Favorite Tagalog Books
Like that song, these are a few of my favorite things.
A common question I get on my corner of the Refold network, especially from beginners, is what type of content to watch. The roadmap suggests beginners to start with simple scripted shows like dubs and children’s shows, and it’s natural to ask when one’s ready to “graduate” to the next tier of native shows, and graduate further to unscripted native content.
Taking the plunge from slice-of-life content into the fantasy and historical genres is always challenging, so I compiled a list to get you started!
Building a dictionary from scratch to learn a language? Read about a super-learner with over 99% word coverage in most domains.
The process of language acquisition isn’t just about what YouTuber to watch or what vocabulary deck to use. There are underlying skills that need to be cultivated and mindset shifts that need to take place for someone new, on top of trying to make sense of a foreign language. Learn more with these 5 tips.
Tips for intensive reading. Long list of beginner to intermediate reading recommendations.
Tired of cooking videos and travel vlogs? Here are some of my favorite channels.
There’s a common misconception that not a lot of compelling Chinese content exists, at least in comparison to other popular East Asian languages. But nothing could be farther from the truth…
Kanji are often the first “bump” people run into when they start learning Japanese, but they’re actually a cheat code. What is actually the hardest part about learning Japanese?