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What is the easiest way to learn a new foreign international language
The easiest way to learn a foreign international language is to listen to CD's everywhere you go, it is best to practice on a daily basis with speech and written word. The more you can interact with others who speak the language fluently the better you will be able to learn the language fast.
some have recommended using Rosetta Stone because it is the world's #1 language-learning software.
I like to take a class as well as listening on tape and CD. The good thing about a class is it helps you get over any shyness you have about speaking aloud in another language. It is one thing to practise in the shower and quite another to speak to another language speaker face to face.
I've found that a combination of formal classes or CDs mixed with plenty of time with language exchange partners has worked best for me. Here is a hub I wrote detailing the things that did and didn't work for me while I was learning my second language:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Learning-Langua … ng-Spanish
I just wrote a hub for language learning. It's for Geman, but the same concept applies to any language.
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