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Learn a second language in your country

If you are keen to learn a foreign language then going to a country where it is a spoken is a great move. This will allow you to immerse yourself in the language and learn while you explore another country.

However, we can’t all afford the luxury of taking time off from our lives to head abroad like this, so how can you learn a foreign tongue well while staying your own country? Below are some of the best tips to bear in mind.

Get a Native Speaking Teacher

Perhaps the most important point it that you should find a teacher who is a native speaker in the tongue you are learning. This lets you learn from someone who has spoken it all their life and get the benefit of their experience. It will also make you more confident for when you finally get to speak to other native speakers later on. Of course, as well as being a native speaker they should also be a professionally qualified teacher as well. 

Find Other Sources of Learning

Your language classes are going to be very important to you but they aren’t the only sources of learning you should consider. These days there are plenty of other learning tools on the internet, making this a great place to get started. By using the internet you also get the chance to learn with a great degree of comfort and without having to speak to people in real life when you still aren’t confident. As a supplement to your classes it is a good choice, although there are other learning sources around you could look at too. These could be books, DVDs or whatever else sounds useful and interesting to you. The more exposure you get to different ways of learning the better. 

Choose a Cosmopolitan City like London

You might not go abroad to learn but could you do it in a different UK city? Let’s look at the example of someone who lives near London. Maybe the chance to go to the big city for some lessons could expose you to more cosmopolitan influences. For example, if you are looking for Spanish courses, London gives you the chance to go out afterwards and look for a Spanish or Latin American restaurant to eat and practise in. The same applies with just about any language and whether you want Italian, German or French lessons London is hard to beat.    
 
 
 
 

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