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4 Ways to Start Learning a New Language Fast - Finnegan Pierson - Blog

4 Ways to Start Learning a New Language Fast

Do you want to speed up the process of learning a foreign language? Perhaps you need to learn a language so that you can communicate in it during an upcoming vacation. Or so that you can take on new duties at work. Alternatively, you might read your favorite book in the original language it was published in.

Whatever the motivation for learning a foreign language, you would probably want to learn it as fast as possible.

Learning a new language does not have to be a time-consuming or boring task. While nothing can replace the hard work and commitment required, if you follow the right approach and commit yourself to the process, you can learn a new foreign language quickly.

You'll be on your way to mastering the new language quicker than you ever expected if you follow these tips.


  1. Set Goals

Setting expectations on what you want to accomplish is the first step towards learning a new language quickly. This makes a lot of sense when you think about it. How do you decide what you want to achieve and determine if you've accomplished it if you don't set goals?

Most people are intimidated by the prospect of learning a foreign language. There are a lot of words to learn and a lot of ways to research. Setting targets helps you concentrate your attention so you can stop sweating the small stuff and get down to business.

Concentrate on real, measurable results. Set specific objectives and concentrate on what you want to learn rather than how much time you want to spend studying. It's beneficial to have a long-term target in mind—something you plan to accomplish eventually. Long-term targets, on the other hand, are too intimidating to inspire you on a daily basis. Break down your overall target into smaller chunks and set weekly or monthly targets.


  1. Use the Language Frequently

It may seem daunting to a beginner to try to use the language all day, but it is not as difficult as it seems. There are several simple and even enjoyable ways to incorporate the language into your daily routine. 

To begin, take advantage of every opportunity to learn new words. Take your flashcards with you and research them on the train or bus (but not while driving! ) or while waiting to meet a friend.

When you get bored of active learning, turn to passive learning by doing things in your target language that you would usually do in your native language. Try watching a video or TV show in your target language, or stream BBC Arabic online.


  1. Pick the Right Method

Using the most effective study methods will help you master your vocabulary faster.

Flashcards, for example, are an excellent way to learn vocabulary terms. Flashcards enable you to concentrate on individual words while also allowing you to test yourself, which aids in the retention of new information.

There are many programs, apps, and books out there to help you learn a new language. Do your research, pick one that meets your needs, and stick with it. 


  1. Start by Learning the Most Common Words

The number of words in a language is astounding. For example, the English language contains between 600,000 and 1 million words.

Fortunately, you don't need to know nearly that many words to be fluent in a language. Consider this: the top 100 words account for about half of all English language texts, and the top 1,000 words account for almost all of the rest!

You will save time and increase the amount of knowledge you understand easily by concentrating on learning these words first.

Learning a language can be a challenging but rewarding endeavor. It takes discipline and mental agility, but in the end, you will enjoy being able to communicate with people you never thought you'd be able to before. Think of all the new friends and experiences you can have!

Publish Date: May 10, 2021 11:28 PM




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