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In this article, we will tell you some tips and tricks for learning languages that will really work for you. However, it is a good idea to complement them with a course that provides you with a solid foundation so that you don’t hesitate and dare to communicate.

But let’s start this text with honesty: there are no magic tricks or easy methods to learn what takes native children the first years of their lives. You have to work hard, be consistent and really want to achieve your goals.

In any case, if you take classes in the language you want to learn and complement them with these tricks, the path will be a little easier and much faster.

Best tips and tricks for learning languages

If we said in the title of this article that these tricks were to learn languages as you never imagined, it is because they will depend on you, and what you dare to do. So the first piece of advice is not to be afraid, but let’s list them in order.

Be brave

Don’t be afraid to speak in public or make mistakes. If someone corrects you, you will be learning something new each time they do it, and over time you will find that you will be acquiring new communication skills.

If you are in your own country and have no one to speak the language you are learning, look for people online to help you. There are apps that allow you to speak with native speakers and practice without any embarrassment.

Don’t give up

Let’s suppose that you receive this language class on Mondays, and you had such an intense weekend that you prefer to rest. Well, don’t rest. Go and take your course because it will depend on you learning the language.

If you think you might have a problem getting around, then opt for online classes from the beginning, so you can receive them from your home, office or wherever you are.

Consume content in that language

Movies (subtitled in the same language), books (preferably already read in your native language), magazines and videos on social networks will be very useful to complement everything you are learning.

It is important that you try to simulate a real immersion in that language, so that over time you can see real results.

Try to talk to other people in that language

If you find it impossible to surround yourself with people who speak the language, try to practice with people online. This will give you the necessary fluency and you will see how you end up learning sooner than you thought.

Write short paragraphs every day

It will be much better if you keep a small journal in the language you are learning. If you write a short paragraph a day, and try to use your new vocabulary each time, you will find over time that you are actually making progress.

No fear of ridicule

Fear of ridicule is one of the greatest enemies of those trying to learn a new language. Forget it and talk and write without caring about mistakes. Making mistakes is an elementary part of the process.

Try to think in that new language

One of the best techniques for thinking in a new language is to start looking at the things around you and mentally say what they are called in that language. In this way you will connect words to form complete sentences and then whole ideas of natural thoughts.

Change the language of your phone

The cell phone is the device we use the most throughout each day. If you set it up so that all its functions (and those of the social networks) are in your new language, you will soon get used to it.

Of course: when you don’t know what something means, look it up in the dictionary so that you understand everything.

Use applications

There are many applications for learning new languages these days. Use the one that works best for you and do its exercises daily.

In any case, you must remember that both the applications and the other tricks are only add-ons. It is important that you take classes.

If you are ready to learn a new language, write to us now. We are Lingua Language Center, one of the most reputable language training institutions in South Florida, and we have everything you need to learn to speak, write and understand that new language you want to master.