Language learning is basically learning verbs
by Sudhakar Dattatraya Joshi
Language consists of nouns ( + attributes) and verbs (variety of moods and tenses). Most of the Nouns are symbols of objects,persons, etc. Nouns can not be translated ( except abstract nouns).Nouns are replacing words, they have to be just remembered and they can not be interpreted also. they have to be acquired by rote learning, cramming identification of sounds and meanings.
On the contrary, verbs however are most important as they really create meaning and in a language learning one has to understand interpretation and shades of action in terms of moods,persons and tenses.
If one has to learn language, one should select a paragraph consisting say of 100 words. Divide them into major groups :Nouns and verbs or verbs phrases avoiding other words like adjectives,adverbs etc. Then separate nouns. They are words which once crammed, they can be expended into making them verbs, also classifying verb for converting them into nouns.This helps one to enlarge vocabulary very easily, once a learner learns how they can be made.
This is the best way of formation of words, which is in fact the basic trick of learning a language