WHielcome to Spaced Input, a personal project born from my own language learning journey.
Welcome to Spaced Input, a personal project born from my own language learning journey. My name is Bálint and I'm a Hungarian language learner who's been on a journey to master the art of language acquisition.
I see language learning as a lifelong journey, not a quick fix. I don't believe in shortcuts or silver bullets, but in nurturing and raising a language as if it were a child - it takes time, patience, and dedication.
But, why work hard when you can work smart?
My goal is to create a tailored, fun, and exciting way for you to acquire your target language, by combining the power of comprehensible input with the science of spaced repetition. Join me this journey and let's raise our language skills together.
If you don't succeed quickly you will lose your momentum
Want to learn a language as fast as you scroll through TikTok?
I want you to learn that language in 6 months and get your dream job,
communicate finally with locals when travelling or just maintain your mental fitness.
Just take a moment and visualise your dream career.
What is it exactly? In which city? What car you drive?
How much you make?
Or better. Visualise your favourite holiday destination, imagine yourself having a solid 15 minutes conversation
with a local while traveling.
I don't want you to be fluent BROKEN therefore you need new rules.
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Never ever believe in Hard Work, believe in Dopamine
The dirty truth about language learning programs
No one, literally nobody, not a single soul learns living language by irrelevant, outdated, boring materials.
This method failed, this method failed miserably a million times.
The truth is that we are not the same. We are individuals with different desires, hopes, dreams and fears.
I truly believe that the cookie-cutter approach of pre-written materials used in apps like Duolingo or Babbel is not effective because it fails to take into account the individuality and unique interests of each language learner.
The one-size-fits-all approach is unlikely to be interesting or compelling for all learners.
If you're looking for an effective way to learn a language, I recommend ditching the pre-written materials and instead finding your own comprehensible input sources that align with your interests. This could be anything from watching YouTube videos by a language learning YouTuber who covers topics you're interested in, to reading articles or books in the target language about your favorite hobbies. By choosing input that you're genuinely interested in, you'll be more engaged and motivated to learn, which will ultimately lead to better language acquisition.
Learn how to use Spaced Input
You need to learn more, Right? WRONG
Do you think 1 hour spent on a compelling material is the same like 1 hour spent on super boring textbook stuff which your your brain literally wants to throw up? 🤮
Have you ever experienced that a happening was so overwhelming your remembered that for a lifetime?
That's what we are looking for! 🔎 👀
Set your own schedule
We use spaced repetition with a twist
In Spaced Input you are in the cockpit.
You set your repetitions according the level of the material
Insert the link whatever you want to repeat and
the app opens up the relevant software
whether it's YouTube, Instagram, Safari or Apple Podcast
You can easily plan ahead and review your
tasks for the upcoming week or long weekend,
ensuring that you stay on track and make the most of your study time.
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,,Your job is just to remind yourself to lower your expectations after the initial rapid progress. If you understand and accept this concept, you can't really be disappointed by the rather slow progress that comes afterwards. "
The Stephen King-trick which will change your life
,, Amateurs sit and wait for inspiration, the rest of us just get up and go to work. " — Stephen King