Future Perfect vs Past Perfect -> Week 12

Did you ever wonder how the F.A.S.T. method is different from the traditional method of learning a foreign language? We have already spotlighted the differences for DAY 1 (WEEK 1), WEEK 2 , WEEK 4 , WEEK 6 , WEEK 8 and now we continue to WEEK 12 Learning the basics looks similar for everyone. But we

Martina wants to share her story

Martina S. approached Language and Motivation in February 2022 and started her 3 month course to learn Dutch, in March-May 2022.  She was a beginner (A0) in Dutch and today she is at B1 level.  She collaborated with Jildou, one of the LM teachers of Dutch and together they worked on Martina’s goals. Which were

The F.A.S.T. method is Adult-Specific

The F.A.S.T. method started out addressing mainly adults.  An adult is ready to take on the responsibility of reaching their targets and of the amount of studying required. In contrast to that,  a child or a teenager will need the supervision of a parent.  Adults can commit to 3 to 6 hours of study time

Future Perfect vs Past Perfect -> Week 8

Did you ever wonder how the F.A.S.T. method is different from the traditional method of learning a foreign language? We have already spotlighted the differences for DAY 1 (WEEK 1), WEEK 2 , WEEK 4 , WEEK 6 and now we continue to WEEK 8. Are we there yet?!  The goals of the students learning with the

Future Perfect vs Past Perfect -> Week 6

Did you ever wonder how the F.A.S.T. method is different from the traditional method of learning a foreign language? We have already spotlighted the differences for DAY 1 (WEEK 1), WEEK 2 , WEEK 4  and now we continue to WEEK 6. You will be amazed at how much a student can understand from a foreign

Teenagers are our new students!

It all started with a question. Can the F.A.S.T. method work on younger people?  Then, we took on this challenge and it led us to a positive outcome. A 14-year-old girl reached B2 in a school year! Maria Tsismenaki, 14 years old, joined Language and Motivation with every intention of mastering the French language. For

Future Perfect vs Past Perfect -> Week 4

Did you ever wonder how the F.A.S.T. method is different from the traditional method of learning a foreign language? We have already spotlighted the differences for DAY 1 (WEEK 1) and WEEK 2  and now we continue to WEEK 4. You are probably very familiar with how the grammar is being taught with the traditional

Future Perfect vs Past Perfect -> Week 2

Did you ever wonder how the F.A.S.T method is different from the traditional method of learning a foreign language? We have already spotlighted the differences for DAY 1 (WEEK 1) and now we continue with WEEK 2. An adult is motivated to learn a language. Why, you ask? Because usually, certain needs have arose in

New Dutch Discussion Group

A new Dutch Discussion Group (3-5 people) will form and start meeting from this October! Our teachers of Dutch will be facilitating weekly talks and the goal is to practice your speaking while having fun. If you are of B1 level and above you can join this group 🙂 Find out more here: https://languageandmotivation.com/dutch-discussion-group/ Are