What’s the easiest way to learn Chinese?
时间:2023-09-05   访问:

Chinese has always been considered the most difficult language to learn, but with the mastery of some learning methods and systematic education, learning Chinese is not as difficult as imagined. Next, let's talk about the easiest way to learn Chinese.


Make a plan every day, break down the available time and arrange learning tasks for each period of time. Based on years of planning experience, it is recommended that you break down large tasks when there are learning tasks that need to be completed. After breaking down the task into small amounts and completing it multiple times, you will first feel a decrease in psychological pressure.


Secondly, the duration of each task is shorter, which also reduces the requirement for your concentration time. At the same time, the subjective perception of inefficient time is also stronger - wasting 20 minutes in one hour is more heartbreaking than wasting half an hour in three hours.


Summarize more. The purpose of summarizing is to solve the problem of 'forgetting'. Many people feel that learning something is always a process of forgetting and forgetting to remember, as if no matter how clear their understanding of knowledge is, they cannot escape the fate of starting over again in the end.


So it is recommended that after each learning period, everyone remember to summarize what they have learned in that stage of learning, gradually clarify the logic of learning, and summarize after sorting it out. Record the key words to deepen their memory and deepen their impression of knowledge.


Instead of using a computer, one should use more pens and notes. With a proficient computer, typing seems to be faster than taking notes by hand. But this is a big mistake. The recording method that can exercise the brain is to use a pen and notes. Scientific evidence, using typing to input information more often, has a counterproductive effect.


On the contrary, in the actual act of handwriting, the intelligence information in the mind will be reconstructed on paper, making it easier to help memory stabilize. At the same time, when writing different words, the stimulation obtained by the finger nerves that are most closely connected to the brain's nerves is unparalleled by a single button.


Compared to rote memorization, the easiest way to learn Chinese is to use more vivid memory. The limited amount of information we can remember in our minds at once is limited, and the efficient way to solve this problem is to visualize memory.


The specific operation is to repeatedly think about the knowledge we have learned in our minds, and use strange words we have created (to help us remember clearly) to piece them together, making it easy to leave a deep impression on ourselves.


Instead of silently reading and memorizing, one should use more vocal reading to memorize. In previous scientific experiments, when memorizing randomly selected words, the experimenter was divided into a group that memorized the words aloud and a group that memorized the words silently.


Afterwards, insert only one new word into the memorized words and have the two groups choose which one is the new word. As a result, the group that memorized words aloud performed significantly better than the group that memorized words silently. This is also why when I was still a student, so many people read aloud in the morning.


During the learning process, focus can be maintained continuously, rather than "after 30 minutes, learning nothing enters the mind and is not in a state". Concentration is one of the fundamental prerequisites for your learning. Some people will double their efficiency in doing anything, while others will not know what they have read after a day of learning.


To learn efficiently, it is necessary to maintain good concentration. A person's concentration is something that lasts for a short time, so don't underestimate yourself or lose confidence, because everyone is actually the same. What you need to do is really simple, that is to make good use of various small workers to improve your concentration.


Don't sit at the desk all the time, moderate exercise is necessary. People who run for 15 minutes have significantly better concentration and memory compared to those who do not. The former takes much shorter time to remember what to do than the latter.


So, even if it's just a short distance hike, the gap between those who exercise and those who don't will be quite large. Don't waste your time just because exercise. On the contrary, moderate exercise not only does not waste time, but also makes efficient use of your learning time, making you learn more efficiently.


Changing learning methods appropriately is a good way to improve learning efficiency. There was once an experiment where a group of people were divided into two identical learning projects, with learning methods gradually changing the group that completed the task, and groups that repeatedly used the same learning method to complete the task.


The speed and accuracy of completing group tasks with changes in learning methods were more than twice that of the other group. However, it should be noted that this change requires a small amount of effort, and a sudden change may not bring significant improvement or may have adverse effects. So this requires mastering a certain degree by oneself.


The above method looks simple, is easy to do, and is not difficult to persist. The easiest way to learn Chinese is to improve your learning efficiency. To achieve efficient learning, it is not enough to only pursue learning methods. We suggest that everyone adhere to the above methods and develop their daily study and lifestyle habits, so that you can achieve greater results in your study and life.