How easy is to learn a new language, self taught ?
Anyone has done it , that could share , how and tips ?
@motorto I never managed more than written(!) basics. :/
@motorto I like Rosetta Stone for self-learning new languages.
Unless you mean Python or Java
@black_sun thanks I will take a look at it !
Ahha , you are right I meant languages not programming languages
Duolingo, changing Netflix audio to the learning language with my native language subtitles and talking to people wherever I can in the language I'm learning.
Also, if possible, I've found around 2 weeks in a country that natively speaks your learning language to be worth about 6 months of self study... as long as you only speak the new language wherever possible.
@Blort yeah a teacher of mine always said the once you learn the basics , the best you could do is spend time in the country with locals .
@motorto talk to natives, read books and newspapers, watch movies/tv/news with subtitles (if possible), live in the actual country
@viktormadarasz Liked that ideia of reading books , thanks !
@motorto if you can combine the same book in the language of your choice + the same in audiobook while also reading and listening the pronounciation .. thats best.
i still do today most of the time when i can .. reading a book in english and listening the same in audiobook as well
@viktormadarasz I will probably watch a series of a country that speaks that !
@motorto whats your target language?
@viktormadarasz It would be finnish
@motorto nice... good luck with it
I'm going out now - but I'll talk about this when I get back.
Tenha um bom dia
@thelonius thanks ! I will be sure to read it tomorrow morning !
Boa Noite !
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