If you are interested in learning a foreign language, you can make the most of your class time by making small changes to your daily life, such as watching series in the new language with subtitles. The following tips will help you to become more fluent.
1. USE YOUR VOCABULAR IN YOUR DAY TO DAY
In this exercise, you will need to work out the meaning of every word you hear in the new language, and then use that information to create a list of the most common expressions with this word in the country. As an example, take the word fuzzy and try to find as much expression as you can !!!
2. FIND SOMEONE THAT SPEAKS THE LANGUAGE YOU WANT TO LEARN AND WANT TO LEARN YOUR NATIVE LANGUAGE
As you start to learn a new language, you may want to work with a native speaker to make sure you get the most out of your lessons. Today with social networks, you can quickly find someone who wants to learn a new language. Facebook but also meet up are good places to join learning groups.
3. BE CONSISTENT
If you are looking to learn a foreign language, but find it difficult to motivate yourself to attend class, then you need to think again and ask yourself this question: “What if I don’t go to class at all?” Being consistent is critical for your success: practicing everyday for at least 30 minutes is as much important as being enrolled in a language class.