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How to Learn a Language
Some people find learning a language quite difficult. However, I am here to give you some tips.
Tip 1: Find a language family that you are comfortable with. Not everyone is good with Romance languages. Some are good with Germanic, Celtic, etc. If you feel nervous when speaking a Romance language, try the Scandanavian or Germanic languages.
Tip 2: Look at the language as a person. This means that you study its personality, likes/dislikes (grammar wise), etc. The more the language is like a person, the better it is to understand how it works.
Tip 3: Live the language. Make the language your current life. Find music relating to the language, read news in that language, and speak with people who speak the language. Especially look for native speakers of the language. They're more likely to help you learn alot easier.
Tip 4: Be confident. Remember that learning a language can be quite difficult. Don't be disappointed in yourself if you are having trouble. You are learning how to communicate with the world, so be proud. If you make mistakes, find out how to fix them. Confidence is the ultimate key.
Tip 5: Constantly read and speak. Never go days without using the language, because that could make you very uncomfertable with the language.
When it comes to the suggestion of which language to start learning first, I would start with German. German is a very straight forward language, and easy for English speakers. Wie Gehts? How are you? Ich bin gut. I'm good. Very simple. If you're into romance languages, check out italian or portuguese. They are languages that will really give you a challenge.