Learning a new Foreign Language

Nitika Narayanan

Nitika Narayanan

Founder & CEO TAPnLEAP
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Firstly, learning a new language is the perfect break from your degree. Sometimes it can become very overwhelming and arduous studying the same subject all day, every day, so it’s quite nice to have a bit of time away from it. 

1. What’s your Motivation?

If you don’t have a good reason to learn a language, you are less likely to stay motivated over the long-run. No matter your reason, once you’ve decided on a language, it’s crucial to commit yourself to it.

2. Find A Partner

Even if you can’t get a sibling to join you on your language adventure, find a partner. Someone with whom you can speak, engage, and that’s the idea behind learning a new language.

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3. Simply start communicating in the language

If you make conversation a goal from the beginning, you’re less likely to get lost in textbooks. Talking to people is one of the best ways to learn a language, because it keeps the learning process relevant to you.

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4. Make your learning fun!

Think of some fun ways to practice your new language: make a radio play with a friend, draw a comic strip, write a poem or simply talk to whomever you can. Listening to music related to the language can also help you with you learning!

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5. Make Mistakes!

When it comes to learning a language, admitting that you don’t know everything is the key to growth and freedom. Let go of your grown-up inhibitions!

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