There are two types of persons: the larks and the owls. It is important for every language learner to know these both types of persons because your learning process is influenced by one of them.
So if you want to learn as perfect as possible, it is necessary to know your habits.
Are you a lark or an owl?
Between the types lark and owl you can find a lot of differences. So you could also say they are opposites.
What is a lark?
A lark is normally a bird with brown feathers, but also a morning person is called “lark”.
So a morning person usually gets up early (sometimes without an alarm clock) and goes to bed early.
A typical characteristic of larks (person) is that they feel most energetic in the morning. They don’t need a lot of time to wake up and to start working and being productive.
If you talk to a Scandinavian person, you will hear “A-Person” instead of “lark”. But both words mean the same: a morning person.
What is an owl?
The opposite of a lark is the owl, which is also known as “night owl”. As you can imagine, an owl is an evening person who gets up late and stays up until late at night.
The persons who are an owl could work better during the evening.
In sum it can be said that a lark is the early person and an owl is the late person (in the field of the time of the day).
What is better: lark or owl?
This question cannot be answered because both is great. The only thing is that you have to know if you are a lark or an owl.
Only if you know it, you could plan your days, make progress and learn (or work) in the most perfect way.
If you don’t know, what type you are, don’t panic. Be attentive, keep an eye on your habits and your feelings and analyse your daily life to recognize the typical characteristics of a lark or an owl.
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