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People often struggle to learn a second language, and many people even convince themselves that they cannot do it. The problem is not with the learner, though. It is with the approach. This book explains in simple terms what it means to study a language and how you can be successful in doing so. It is not a checklist of activities or a list of resources. Rather, it draws a new picture of what it means to become proficient in another language, and helps you understand how to engage in activities that will get you to proficiency.
If you thought that learning a language meant vocabulary lists, grammar explanations, and endless drills, then this book will be a welcome change for you. Learning (or, more accurately, acquiring) a second language can and should be a fun, natural, enjoyable experience. Once you know what to do and what not to do, you will be able to integrate language learning into your daily life and make steady progress doing things that you already enjoy doing.