Answer these 3 Questions:

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Posts53Likes40Joined8/7/2018LocationKarachi / PK
Native
Urdu
Learning Arabic - Standard, English, Japanese, Pashto, Chinese - other

Q1) what is your favourite language?


Q2) what is the next language you want to learn?


Q3) what advice can you give to new language learners?

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Posts459Likes277Joined8/7/2018LocationAlmeria / ES
Native
English
Other Arabic - Egyptian, French, German, Spanish

1)Arabic

2)Portuguese

3)be serious about it absorb as much as you can try to visit a country that speaks it as text books often differ. 

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Posts15Likes8Joined9/7/2018LocationGeorge Town / GY

1) Spanish 


2) Dutch 


3) just focus.

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Posts69Likes49Joined8/7/2018LocationIT
Native
Russian, Swedish
Other English, Finnish, Italian

1) Italian

2) Spanish, French

3) Find the way to learn a foreign language that suits you best: some prefer talking with native speakers, some want to travel, some prefer to learn the grammar and understand the logic behind the language, some don't care about the grammar or mistakes they make as long as they get understood. Find your way!

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Posts363Likes174Joined10/7/2018LocationBinan City / PH
Native
Tagalog
Other English

1. English


2. Spanish


3. Find time to really learn the language and exert more extra effort! (actually I'm telling this to myself..haha! :)

Edzky-18

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Posts29Likes18Joined13/7/2018Location

1. English

2. Spanish

3. Find people who also has same learning goal as you, so you can practice more.

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Posts200Likes92Joined12/7/2018LocationPH
Native
Tagalog
Learning English, Spanish

1. English

2. Spanish

3. Give your 100% effort

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Posts220Likes117Joined9/7/2018LocationUS
Native
English
Learning Spanish
Other French

1.) French

2.) Probably Korean (because I watch and listen to Korean music and movies)

3.) Advice? Don't flirt with it...marry the language!(I'm just being dramatic lol) It takes time and energy but also have fun with it. Learning a new language should not feel like a chore. :)


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Posts930Likes586Joined18/3/2018LocationBellingham / US
Native
English
Learning Chinese - Mandarin, French, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Tagalog, Thai

1) Thai

2) Portuguese

3) Learn and practice all skills; be well-rounded.

I'm reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen.

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Posts44Likes28Joined9/7/2018Location
Native
Russian, Ukrainian
Other English, German

1. Ukrainian

2. German

3. Perfecting a foreign language may best be achieved in the foreign environment.

I can help with Russian and Ukrainian languages

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Posts171Likes89Joined11/7/2018Location
Native
Tagalog
Other English, German, Spanish

Noman.Gul wrote:
Q1) what is your favourite language?
Q2) what is the next language you want to learn?
Q3) what advice can you give to new language learners?


1) Of course my own - Tagalog

2) Spanish - it's the closest to ours and I think easy to learn if I just focus on it. Next is German language

2) It's not up to the teacher on how you will improve fast. It's up to you. Do your homework and research. You teacher is just your guide. 

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Posts76Likes67Joined9/7/2018Location
Native
English
Learning French, Spanish
Other Irish

1) French

2) Polish

3) Practice, practice, practice.


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