Memories are a mental bank of stories, and learning English as a second language is a dual-process between the conscious and unconscious mind of encoding, storage, and recall. Common words like “hello” are easily encoded into memory, whereas new words take effort to be properly stored and retrieved.
Like a wall of stories in the timeline of life, don’t let your memories disappear. Learn how to easily obtain English fluency in a snap with Jason R. Levine. Join us to discover how memory works, and how to harness the potential of total recall while learning a language.