Have you ever thought about what might be the best way to learn a language? What makes you succeed best? When we teachers ask our students how they would like to learn, they generally don’t know. They hope it just happens, by some kind of magic. After all we already speak at least one language. We don’t remember how we learnt it, but we were quite successful, it seems.
Learning a language is not for the faint of heart. It’s the motivated and the brave who persevere to the finish line of fluency. Learning a language, like most things, takes practice and time. A lot of it. Seriously, A LOT. And not just in the classroom. Practice, repetition and repeated exposure to the language in and out of the INNES classroom are what make it stick in long-term memory.
On your first day in Vienna, you will be overwhelmed by all the stunning buildings around you. Especially Vienna’s city center, the first district (also called „Innere Stadt“ meaning „inner city“ due to the huge wall, that surrounded it until the 19th century), is filled with century-old palaces, baroque churches and world-class museums. All these sights are so inviting that you won’t be able to decide which one to visit first.