238. How to Learn from Failure and Mistakes? (English Vocabulary Lesson)

Thinking in English

May 31 2023 • 22 mins

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Failure and mistakes are natural parts of language learning, but the majority of people are terrible at learning from these failures. Today, I’m going to explain why we are bad a learning from past mistakes and give you a few strategies that might help you improve!

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  • Proficiency (n) - a high level of skill or expertise in a particular subject or activity.
  • To devalue (v) - to diminish or reduce the importance, worth, or quality of something.
  • Constructively (adv) - describes doing something in a positive, helpful, or productive manner.
  • Motivation (n) - the inner drive or desire to achieve or accomplish something.
  • To procrastinate (v) - To delay or postpone doing something, often out of intentional avoidance.
  • To reflect (v) - To think deeply or carefully about something, often in order to gain insight or learn from past experiences.
  • Determined (adj) - Having a strong resolve or firmness of purpose; being committed and persistent.
  • Embarrassment (n) - a feeling of self-consciousness, shame, or awkwardness.
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