From the article: Language Learning - 5 Methods of Language Learning
Language learning happens in lots of different ways---via the Internet, DVDs, CDs, books, even lyrics. Which methods have worked best for you? Share your language learning experiences and advice. Share Your Faves
Language learning methods!!
- Choosing the right language learning method is essential to success in learning a new language. The decision to learn a new language is very exciting, but all too often we lose our focus or get discouraged while looking around for the right method, or even worse, waste time or money working with the wrong method. Understanding how we learn and how a program will be teaching can make a big difference in how much success we have in this new endeavor.
conversations with native speakers
- My best efforts and learning new languages have happened when I was able to converse with people who could speak the language. The more often I could do that, the quicker I was able to learn.
- —Guest Suzi
Listening to songs!
- Music is the best way for me to learn a language. I'm trying my best to learn Hebrew, and I found that if I listen to modern music in Hebrew, I start to pick up words and phrases. I also find that my ear becomes tuned to the language... I have a problem where I may understand something on paper, but if said to me, I don't catch it. Music has helped with that. It also happened to be a very enjoyable way to learn a language!
- —Guest Anne
- I had a year of Russian in college, and I don't remember a whole lot of what I learned....but the words that I do remember come from the Russian folk songs that I listened to. The combination of listening to the lovely melodies, following the word-for-word translations as I played the songs, all helped to make it much easier to learn these new words.
- —Guest Linda
- I have such a busy life, I really enjoy using learning CDs for my car. It allows me to learn, but not worry about finding a particular time to study but ensures I will get around to it!
- —Guest Robin
- It all started with a book form eyewitness travel "15-minute Italian, then to Webster's New World Italiano/Inglese Dizionario, however, that was not sufficient, so I went on the web and found about.com free Italian lessons from Michael San Felipo, today I learn my 60th word, however, there are quite a few other lessons, as I requested all to do with la bella lingua; Also i recommend going to radiotime.com and tune in to a radio station from the country that speaks the lenguage you desire to learn, so far so good, I also started keeping a journal which I incorporate my new words slowly but surely is becoming a one lingual journal as oppose to the multilingual , I hope this helps, I also join a conversation group.
- —Guest yellownp22541
- I use to learn English with DVDs because it's more easy to watch a movie to understand the reality life.
- —Guest Nanci
High speed language learning
- I have now perfected a method of picking up quality French in a matter of weeks! The methods are based on multi sensory techniques and are unique! I am currently trying them out with some first year kids in Southampton with incredible results, I am happy to correspond with anyone interested .Contact me at email@example.com. Info is Free!
studying on internet
- i want to prepare about tofel. so i found some sites name . then try to study every evening one hour.