9 Ways To Learn A Language

Have you ever wanted to learn another language, but had trouble finding the right resources & time to do so? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Learning different languages can be hard; however, given the right amount of dedication and grit, almost anyone can pick up a second (or even third) language. Don’t know where to begin? Check out these 9 tips on how to learn a new language:

  1. Find classes given by your school (easy & sometimes the most accessible way of learning a language; however, some schools might not offer the language that you’re interested in & you might have to pay for them if you don’t go to a public school)
  2. Utilize free language apps like Duolingo & Mango (if you have a library card for a public library, Mango will let you sign up for free)
  3. Rosetta Stone, although pricey for a number of people, is another language learning software that has helped people learn languages
  4. Watch videos in your target language by looking up YouTube vloggers & movies offered on streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, & Amazon Prime
  5. Practice everyday by listening, reading, and speaking a little bit of the language for 15-20 minutes a day
  6. Find a partner to practice with – practice makes perfect! Apps like Meetup even have language groups that allow people to practice their language skills, regardless of level
  7. Repetition & studying are key – make flashcards and take notes on what you’re learning to help you remember everything
  8. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes – everyone makes mistakes. People will be more than understanding when you mess up while practicing your language skills, so don’t sweat the small stuff
  9. Have fun with it

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Briana Maddox View All →

As an recent college graduate who studied media studies and anthropology in college, Briana Maddox enjoys learning about different cultures, traditions, holidays, historical figures, experiences, and opinions. With a vested interest in sharing such learning experiences, Briana created Life & Anthropology in the hopes of helping other people gain a better understanding and working knowledge of such topics.

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