Absolutely, although we do advise scheduling several days in a row if you are a beginner. Intensively focusing on a language for a number of days in a row brings you into a highly beneficial flow.
Sometimes, it is good to take a break to allow new information to sink in, such as when taking a language course for several weeks. We also recommend a short break after three days if you are learning a completely new language with a script you are unaccustomed to, such as Russian, Arabic or Chinese.
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