5 Answers

  1. It may well be that you are not learning the material at the right level. I know from experience that if you correctly distribute the load, as well as select educational and entertainment literature + books + films in English in accordance with the current level of knowledge, boredom and unwillingness to learn usually do not happen.

    There is another problem – the lack of a learning goal, a clear motivation to continue teaching.

    More information is needed to solve the problem

  2. Sergey Sovelyev explains this in his book “The Origin of the Brain” by saying that the brain consumes a quarter of all human resources at peak load. It is unnatural for our animal nature to think. It's too expensive.

  3. I think it's a psychological effect. you are trying to unwittingly avoid the burden and complexity. you may be afraid of failure.

    or maybe even so you give yourself a considerable load and talk about “trying to understand after N hours of work”, etc. it is unlikely,but you can not discount it. if we are talking about this, then laziness and fatigue are defense mechanisms here.

    untrained brain. in its purest form, it sounds rather strange. but there are options. for example, with clip thinking, the ability to understand long texts and study for a long time decreases, and the same “fatigue”is quite likely. you need to gradually get used to it. and reduce the number of consumed posts, videos, and so on.

    this option is more likely to occur during physical exertion. for some,” deathly fatigue ” after training is caused not only by being unaccustomed, but also by trying to avoid further ones.

  4. The brain has two divisions: the mind and the mind. The mind, receiving information from the mind, puts everything on the shelves, sets up various associative connections there, and in general does a lot of different and necessary work. But the mind is a simple, and in some ways even stupid, mechanism that does only one thing: it evaluates incoming information in terms of”pleasant-unpleasant”. But sometimes it has a so-called “third state”. It goes something like this: “Do we enjoy it? No. Is it unpleasant for us? No. Go to sleep!” This is completely normal for him, it's just the way he works.

  5. Elementary: You're bored. You are not interested in learning English. And no wonder: what can be interesting about memorizing words and repeating their pronunciation like a parrot? If you only have a mega-goal and a strong motivation (for example, you want to watch English-language films in the original, or dream of communicating with foreigners), then this will cheer up the brain when learning the language.

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