Learning a new language is one of the most rewarding and magnificent skills we can acquire over a lifetime. It is a foremost thing to boost your brain and job opportunities. If you are a tourist in a foreign land it will give you an extra privilege to communicate with local people. In the following session, I am going to discuss 10 simple ways how you can learn any new language efficiently and easily.
1. Keep practising the language daily
Learn a new language is not really a rocket science. You just need to be patience You need to allocate 1 to 2 hours every day for practising, revision the new vocabulary and so on. If you pause too long between study sessions, you highly likely the things you have learnt. So you need to repeat the things overtimes.
2. Carry Connect with a native speaker
Speaking with a native speaker is really helpful to learn the language quickly. Try to find a allies or colleague who speaks the language you wish to learn and who’d be willing to sit down with you and help you in practice. If there is no such person in your vicinity try to find them online.
3. Follow the dictionary
Try the following dictionary whenever you get any new vocabulary. It is paramount to learn the accurate meaning of a new vocabulary. In addition, you will save you a lot of time and frustration, so invest in one ASAP! It can be an actual, physical dictionary, or you can install a dictionary app on your phone — you just need to be able to consult it quickly whenever you need a word.
4. Have fun with it
You don’t really need to be so serious about it and nervous yourself. Just be relaxed and have fun while learning the new language. Improvise more creative and funny ways to learn the things. For example, make a radio play with a friend, draw a comic strip, write a poem, or simply talk to whomever you can.
5. Watch, listen, read and write
Try to watch a TV program, online videos or movies on the respective language you are learning. You can browse online article on the language and read it down as well as listen to the podcasts.
6. Stop worrying about grammar
The reason why most people can’t remember most of the language they spent years learning in school is that school curricula tend to focus a huge amount of time on learning grammar and very little time on speech. This is pretty much backwards — if you want to learn a language quickly, you should learn how to converse first. The specifics of grammar will come later.
7. Learn pronunciation
You should focus on pronunciation so that you can understand language and speak it preferentially. It is difficult to learn from books. You might wish to use audio clips on this language to learn it. If you’re practising with an actual person, make sure that they’re not too timid to correct you when you pronounce a word incorrectly, otherwise, you may never fully get the hang of it.
8. Use Language Learning Apps
There are plenty of language learning apps, for example, Duolingo, HelloTalk, Mindsnacks, Busuu, Babbel, Memrise, Leaf and so on. You could install one and start learning. It supposes to be very handy. And you can use it regularly and check your progress.
9. Don’t worry make mistakes.
Making mistakes is a very common thing when you’re learning a new language, so you shouldn’t be afraid to make mistakes. You might face embarrassing situations, but what’s the big deal? Everyone will appreciate the effort you’re making and be willing to help you out.
10. Countdown new vocabularies
Start off by learning to count to ten because it is usually the easiest thing to memorize at first. Each day learns a new set of ten numbers, keep going each day until you are satisfied with how high you can count. If you are up for a challenge, memorize all the numbers up to one hundred in one day.