If you are trying to learn english for the first time, I can recommend any program that involves full immersion.
Rosetta stone is a program you can buy, I have heard it's one of the best out there for learning languages.
Lastly, any outlet that lets you speak, read, write, or listen to English is good. Meet with a native speaker, either online or in person. Play games involving English. Watch English movies with English subtitles. etc.
Hopefully this helps. Best of luck
I have found that the website http://antimoon.com contains good information about learning English, see http://antimoon.com/how/howtolearn.htm for example. However, the website is in English so if your English is not yet good enough, try looking through the articles that have been translated to other languages: http://www.antimoon.com/wiki/Main_Page# … _languages
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