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  • Rosetta Stone yo... It's really expensive though. http://www.download.com/Rosetta-Stone-Spanish-Level-I/3000-2279_4-10074773.html?tag=lst-8&cdlPid=8923314
  • Seriously? Move to the country and be forced to speak it, it`s the only real way.
  • Completely immersing yourself in that language. Surround yourself with people who speak that language and completely stop talking English (or whatever your native tongue happens to be). Obviously, it would be ideal if you could travel to that country and live in the culture while learning your language. You must study your rear-end off every day, at least an hour. Ask those around you to correct you when you speak incorrectly. Don't get too discouraged. You will be speaking fluently in about 6-8 months.
  • To learn any Indoeuropean language like German, Greek or Kurdish -fluently- is no problem for us, we are Aryans!
  • Take a summer intensive language course.
  • Have parents that speak it!
  • It's proably too late to sign up fpr this one , but next year you can. They offer Spanish, Japanese, Mandarin, Russian, Arabic, Hungarian and Czech. www.summerlanguages.com
  • Just practice!everyday...do...do...do.
  • Buy a teach yourself whatever language you wish to learn book & cassette & join a class. Practice Practice Practice.
  • + call a language teacher to come to your home i did and it worked great
  • Live among it.
  • Easy! The most fun, effective, life changing, long-lasting and BEST way to learn a language is by studying in a foreign country. Trust me, I know. I was hopeless at Spanish when I just studied at evening classes in London but after I completed my study abroad period my level had gone up massively. I stayed in a great school in Argentina called Expanish - htpp://www.expanish.com Good luck, it´s a slow but rewarding process....
  • Try Rosetta Stone.
  • my dad knows 7 language (fluently),and he say the secret 2 it is redind even if u don't understand and ur bran will learn it on its own ...but its better to go to ppl who speaks the language (if abel) so u be forced 2 learn it :)
  • Well, the traditional answer is Sleep with the dictionary.
  • Taking a conversation course to speak quickly and the important thing is to practice ur language which u r learning or u whant to learn.
  • The easiest way is to be around with the people whose language you want to learn. When one is forced to speak a language then the communicative skills in that language develop which in turn can mean fluency. The brain also gets adapted to the various intricacies in the language viz. acsent, use , and expressing emotions through language. so what can be said is that learn the basics and be there in the situation tackling the communication difficulties
  • there are one way to learn are language.
  • Immersion. Go to the country where it is spoken natively.
  • total emersion. Live in that country for 6 months.
  • Marry someone who speaks the language; I did :-)
  • the way i did it was by finding a friend who knew the language, she taught me... now i speak fluent chinese.
  • i was forced to speak ingles in my house growing up. i started speaking it perfectly around 12, but outside the house in school n stuff we spoke spanish and nothing but. i also listened to alot of english music. so depending on what language your learning you should go listen to the music of that culture. if your trying to speak spanish i would recomend dyablo, orishas, polo urias, arley perez, and akwid.
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  • I think i have the easiest way to learn English Language.Try http://www.tcyonline.com/india/testCategory/categoryID/100070english_grammar_vocabulary_reading_speed_reading_speaking_test Here You can test yourself also.
  • Immersion! Listening to music in the language you are learning is a great help! I am currently learning Russian and Hebrew!
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  • There is a new, online dictionary, where you can find translations more than 40 languages, or rather there are many pictures, videos, pronunciation samples, which ones can help you to learn languages. An international community is waiting for you, where you can get to know other persons and you can share your knowledge, too. You can learn easily! http://kirzen.com/ See the video! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPghQ5jP_oM&feature=related
  • live in a country in which they speak the language.... and surround yourself with non-English speakers.
  • ROSETTASTONE
  • You can Prepare English Language here. http://www.tcyonline.com/angrezi/ielts_reading.php
  • It DOES seem strange that we seem to learn it so easily as children, but as adults, it's acquired quite slowly!
  • Make the language part of Your everyday life. To the point where You replace everything around You to be in the language. Read ONLY books, web pages, watch ONLY movies, listen ONLY to music in that language. . You can travel to a different country for this, though I believe mostly talking to native speakers while being at the beginning of Your road can be more frustrating than useful. Though others have different opinions. And it might depend on Your style of learning. . My advice is also to keep away from school books, cause they are unreal. It's better to build only on foreign newspapers, books that native speakers would read. It doesn't matter if You don't understand anything. You will in time and at least You realize, that You're on Your way towards the real language, not the retarded textbook version. . Skim through dictionaries, thesauruses, picture dictionaries. Browse through the grammar. Learn the correct pronunciation. (which I believe to be - contrary to what many believe - one of the most important and basic skills to posess) I also believe learning more about Your own language can make You better in learning other ones. . And I think the most important thing is You need to search for answers on the language according to what You're interested in right now... and have pleasure in learning. . If You don't like learning and don't feel the real desire to learn the language - just doing it for some superficial reason or because someone makes You do it - Your progress will be slow and frustrating.
  • hi,thats good question.I think the most important point is willing, I mean this that the person want to learn, in this situation he or sge can learn more than 10 language, its proved that any thing is depend on individual,in othere way there is no more chance. so make ur self motivated for learning languages.just u I`m sure that u can. do it right now!!!!!!!! Anisaof Iran.please answer to my question.
  • living in the atmosphere where the respected language is spoken
  • Be born and raised in that country. (Hey, it's what you asked.)
  • Well, the main thing that helped me learn German more efficiently, say your trying to learn how to say a sentence in Italian, you might compare whatever the subject of the sentence is, to whatever would come to mind during the process. Repeat this over and over. Another thing, do not try to hard. You'll end up frustrating yourself and considering the option of giving up. Take your time and BREATHE! Trust me, I I could be as malleable as I was when I was first learning English, Than I would have had a smooth time learning German. OH! And have fun with it too! Hope I helped!
  • i learned to speak french pretty good from staying there for a summer. and rosetta stone works too. but its wayyyy boring. visiting the place where they speak the language the most is best.
  • Find a sex partner that speaks that language.
  • Suround yourself with people who speak it,
  • Speak. Speak. Speak. You will catch your mistakes and even though you make mistakes you learn.
  • Immersion
  • I´m looking for one way. Because i´m brasilian and i´m studding english a lot. But i would like to meet any person that speak english, a native people.. If anyone to can help me, I will thanks..
  • Try podcasts. I learned HINDI in 2 months. But you have to be really dedicated
  • if you cannot move the country , i think the best to to learn a new language is translate all of your words to another language ,then redo it this job, you will speak a new language very well soon . http://www.dorshop.cn/ http://www.dorshop.cn/Wholesale-recording-pen_c21
  • Its not that easy any way! Based thru my experience I lived and work in Japan for almost 16 years, my first year of stay was difficult bec. It will come first with hearing and understanding the message. While understanding the message the difficult part is to speak out the words answering exactly the message. I did memorized many words and start constructing grammars. I went to attend nippongo language class to help me better. After 3years I begun conversing like elementary level. As many years passed by I become more conversant at a fluent level. After that I moved again to Spain learning new language, castellano is easy compared to that of nippongo my level now in speaking castellano is secondary nivel and I am doing my best to have the superior nivel to have my DELE.(Diploma Estranjero de Lengua Espanol. I therefore conclude that it would be easy if you have interest and passion to learn foreign language. さようなら adiós .
  • Imagine how a baby starts learning any language...it is first heard..then spoken and make the language your thinking language..thats the best way to learn a language..regards Chandra

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