Best way to learn a language?


#23

The more the better if you can be an expert or quality level in the subjects. If you just know the basics its not worth, and i would value more an outstanding level of english than 3 european languages that are spoken just in their country.

For me the only languages worth it are: english, chinese, russian and probably spanish. The last one is a little bit biased because im from Spain.


#24

Why in that order man:
Spanish I a lot more useful than Russian

And yes I get it but if you capable of understanding them it’s good enough. So you let people speak in the languege they are most comfortable with.


#25

Well, first you need to get the basics of the language and get comfortable with its simpler forms. Sign up to a local course or find one online, either is great for beginners.

Then, find a person who speaks the language on a native level and communicate with him or her on a regular basis. If you can’t find a person like that, find a TV show or a series of movies on that language and watch it without subtitles. I’d take either of the two methods over just about any book out there. :slight_smile:


#26

Try to find some people which speak German and try to speak with them, message them, visit them…

I would also recommend the app Duolingo to start, it is a fun and easy way to learn the basics of a new language.