Where do all of you usually learn other languages? Is it through audio books or online or is it through a personal teacher. What seems do be the best way to learn it easily and more fun?
I am currently learning through youtube videos, audio books, and apps (when I'm on the go) I really enjoy apps like Duolingo and Babbel. I know it's best to be around people who are fluent in the language but that's not available to me right now. Listening to music in that language is also a great and fun way to learn! :)
Mostly online resources, some of which were already mentioned:
- TV programs, series, movies. There are for xample English movies with French subtitles on YT :)
- Youtube: now there is such abundance of free lessons over there
- Music: sometimes you can find sth really interesting for yourself, start listening, singing and learn more
- News programs: both text and video ones
Hardcore: literature in local library ;)
I thought it is so interesting that I will post it here (in case you missed it on YT)
Very nicely said and motivational :)
Thanks for sharing! :)
When I tied to learn French, I enrolled in a free online course. That was a great help. Audiobooks were great too.
For Korean, I asked a former ESL student to "trade" hours with me. I taught him English for free for two hours. He taught me how to read and write in Hangul for 2 hours in exchange. Then after that, just Youtube, free sites, and reading/writing practice.
mostly in youtube and playstore apps :grin:
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