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How To Learn Any Language

How To Learn Any LanguageHere are four simple steps to learn any language, details for more specific languages will be in future articles.

1. Buy an Interesting Grammar Book and Study it Every Day

This should be self-explanatory but never buy a language book that is boring or overly dry as it can make the most hardcore language enthusiast into a lackadaisical student with relative ease. Always buy a book that is up to date and contains contemporary information that can captivate you. Make sure you do careful research about this as it is the most important step.

2. Buy a Vocabulary Book and Make Lists (unless lists are already included)

A vocabulary book with a themed approach can save a lot of time as learning words in blocks can really help the learner process information much quicker. It can also speed up the process if you are a student only looking to be able to talk in one area such as Spanish health care, or Russian international affairs.

3. Always Watch Movies and Listen to Music in the Target Language

This is the easiest and best step as it will semi-consciously add words to your repertoire while you have fun and learn a lot about a new country and culture. Watching movies in your favorite genre or music will not only help your language skills greatly with practical use (both tend to be heavy in idioms and practical spoken language, no fluff) but maybe you will also find some fun new bands to follow or a new favorite movie. At the least you will definitely come off as more cultured and interesting in the process.

4. Stay Motivated through the Rough Intermediate Stage

Read my other article for a detailed analysis on how to accomplish this feat but let it be known that this is the hardest step and most crucial next to the previous one (learning grammar) as it can be very monotonous and there are few new doors to break down but it is more like a door slowly creaking open. The road from shaky competence to fluent is a long one and must be taken very seriously. Reading constantly will definitely help you gain complex vocabulary though.

So merely follow these four steps and any language should be easier to learn, trust me as I have learned several myself.

By Tricia Bangit - A linguist who is passionate about the sea, politics, and history.  

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