These days, everybody is all about efficient learning. You can learn in your car, while driving; at home via the Internet; during jogging; or while you are at an important meeting. You learn not only what you need to learn because there is no time for more.
However, there is a great disadvantage to this philosophy: when it comes to learning a language, some is not enough.
Your intelligence will be judged by your language skills. Do you really want to be judged by based on some of your knowledge? I think not.
So please aim to learn everything because some will not get you very far, especially with a language like Hungarian. We constantly use every attachment and each possible order of the words in any given sentence. Learning only a portion of the whole will leave huge gaps and after a while, you won’t remember what you know and what you don’t.
I have seen people question their whole existence based on one single mistake with a pronoun, which they couldn’t figure out.
You don’t have to believe me, you can choose the hard way. However, if you want to test this theory, just take a subject you learnt and imagine that someone asks you questions about it: would you experience fear of failure?
Now take this imagined fear and think: do you like it?
Because if you don’t learn the whole, you will experience this fear every single day. You never know when it’ll hit you.
Learning takes a long time and there is nothing we can do about it. Either we accept it or have an unnecessary fight.
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