23 May Where to start language learning- grammar or vocabulary?
To learn any language, many things have to be kept in mind. Like speaking, writing, and listening but all these are the second step in learning a language. First of all, you need Vocabulary and Grammar. When most people learn a new language, they lose their courage and are unable to learn the language.
The reason for not being able to learn the language is also that they do not know the process of learning the language step-by-step. They always want to learn everything at once. It makes the whole process of learning a language a mess and you cannot learn the language.
In such a situation, the question of many students or people is where to start learning the language. Should we first focus on vocabulary or grammar? These questions are also true to a large extent because both Vocabulary and Grammar are incomplete without each other.
So, if you are trying to learn the language and are stuck at the point of whether you should first focus on vocabulary or grammar, then this article is for you. In this blog, we will tell you a clear answer, what should you focus on first?
What should learn first- Vocabulary or Grammar
Before answering we need to understand some basic things. The reason for learning a language is that we can communicate well and effectively with anyone. If a person understands your words and acts accordingly, then it means that you have communicated well.
Don’t worry about sentence structure or grammar mistakes
As a native speaker, did you try to learn grammar before communicating? Presumably not. But can you speak your native language without knowing the words? No, right?
From here you should get your answer. For a new learner, it is more important for you to pay attention to vocabulary than grammar. Because even if your grammar is not strong, you can still talk in broken structure with the help of words. But, without words, you cannot even think of communicating.
If understood by example, assume that your native language is English and you get a foreign man whose native language is not English. Now he says to you, ‘Need’, ‘go’, ‘Air port’, ‘Canada’, ‘Where?’, what do you mean by that?
It simply means that the person is asking you whether he has to go to the airport to go to Canada, and where is the airport.
It is clear that in order to communicate with someone, you need more vocabulary than grammar. However, this does not mean that you can completely ignore it. But yes vocabulary can prove to be more correct and beneficial to start.