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The world nowadays is expanding at an increasingly fast pace. New technologies are being invented and implemented on a daily basis. The ways people pay, communicate and see to their businesses have changed to such a great extent that a person who has slept for the past fifty years would not be able to exist without sudden catching up. Learning, as most scientists say, is an absolutely pivotal ability in this more and more complicated, modern reality. However, id does not mean poring over books for hours since knowledge may be absorbed in a number of ways. Learners in general can be classified according to the techniques they use, the purpose and the form of the organisation of their learning.

To begin with, the key question that each learner should ask oneself is which technique of learning is the most effective for themselves, and by extension, whether he or she is a visualiser, audile or kinesthetic type of learner. Those first will go for reading, making notes, repetitive rewriting or flash cards. Audile ones will benefit the most from sounds, so they will choose drills, songs, reading out or coining songs based on their materials. Kinesthetics need movement in order to take in any information, so they will decide to walk, change places many times, swing or even jump while studying.

Furthermore, there are three main reasons for people's educating themselves. The first is school. An enormous proportion of learners constitute students who may simply want to pass or fulfil their professional ambitions. The second is work. Workers need to acquire new skills so that they could maintain their current position or climb the career ladder. The third is passion. There are learners who seek knowledge out of the genuine desire to grow more and more knowledgeable.

Finally, according to the circumstances in which learning takes place, learners can be divided into formal, non-formal and informal ones. Those first enroll on official university and professional courses including official syllabi, requirements, exams and certification. Those second attend organised courses and workshops which however do not entail such strict official procedures and most frequently are not certified. Informal learners find knowledge and become skilled in utterly spontaneous ways in accidental places. Everyday existence provides learners with an abundance of occasions to master abilities without which they would not be able to exist, such as managing new computer programmes, cars, smartophones or simply cooking a new meal.

To sum up, this division is far from being strict as most people are many different types of learners at the same time. An everyday, regular young person may simultaneously be a visualiser while reading notes for an exam at university, a formal learner for the fact of being enrolled on this course, and a completely spontaneous, informal learner while learning to deal with everyday problems and difficulties that occur somewhere along the line.
The ways people pay, communicate and see to their businesses have changed to such a great extent that a person who has slept for the past fifty years would not be able to exist without (mnie sie wydaje ze tu brakuje przedimka) sudden catching up.
However, 'id' (it) does not mean poring over books for hours since knowledge may be absorbed in a number of ways. Learners in general can be classified according to the techniques they use, the purpose and the form of 'the' (wg mnie niepotr) organisation of their learning.

To begin with, the key question that each learner should ask 'oneself' (nie, tutaj himself/herself) is which technique of learning is the most effective for themselves, and by extension, whether he or she is a visualiser, audile or kinesthetic type of learner. Those 'first' (nie, tutaj nie jest jasno ze myslisz o tych pierwszych, lepiej 'The first ones') will go for reading, making notes, repetitive rewriting or flash cards.

Furthermore, there are three main reasons for 'people's' (tutaj wystarczy 'people') educating themselves. An enormous proportion of learners constitute students who may simply want to pass or fulfil (ortog)their professional ambitions.

'Those first' (nie, tutajj, 'The first ones') enroll on official university and professional courses including official syllabi, requirements, exams and certification.
Everyday existence provides learners with an abundance of occasions to master abilities without which they would not be able to exist, such as managing new computer programmes, cars, 'smartophones' (ortog) or simply cooking a new meal.

An everyday, regular young person may simultaneously be a visualiser while reading notes for an exam at (przedimek) university, a formal learner for the fact of being enrolled on this course, and a completely spontaneous, informal learner while learning to deal with everyday problems and difficulties that occur somewhere along the line.

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