Tuesday, October 15, 2013 by Andrew Conkling
With our language support (thanks to our awesome translators!), Remember The Milk can be a neat way to test your foreign language skills: just change the language, test out the app, and change your setting back when you're done.
This week's tip, shared by relevart, suggests something a bit more dedicated: entering your tasks in your foreign language, learning and practicing as you go.
Yesterday evening I was thinking about ways of how I could improve my English skills. One of the ideas I came up with was to utilize my regular RTM usage to do that.
I am from Hungary and so far I have been adding all of my tasks to RTM in Hungarian. Today I started to add all of my tasks in English. This takes a bit more time because sometimes I have to think a few moments about the translation or look up some words in an online dictionary, but this way I am practicing English every day without too much extra effort.
I have already learned a few new words and expressions while translating all of my uncompleted tasks to English. At first it's a little odd to see the tasks in English, but I already love this new way of using RTM. If you would like to improve your English skills you should give it a try too!
Thanks for sharing this tip, relevart! You're our Tips & Tricks Tuesday winner this week.
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