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How do you start learning a language?

My name is Steve Kaufmann. I have achieved varying degrees of fluency in 15 languages, and look forward to learning more.

Here's an answer to a question I am asked frequently, "how do you start learning a language?"

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How do you start learning a language?

  1. 1. How Do You Start Learning a Language
  2. 2. A question learners frequently ask is where do I start? How do I get going on the path to fluency?
  3. 3. Adopt the attitude of success. Make sure you want to learn the language. Visualize yourself talking with people comfortably in the new language.
  4. 4. Start reading and listening daily, using easy content, on your computer or mobile device, where audio and dictionaries are easily accessible.
  5. 5. Don’t worry about speaking at first, instead focus on understanding. Build up your familiarity with the sounds, words and structure of the new language.
  6. 6. At the beginning you will need to listen and read repeatedly, going over the same content many times. The language will remain unclear. Just keep going.
  7. 7. Gradually move to more difficult content, while regularly reviewing the easier lessons you have already studied.
  8. 8. If you want to speak, look for native speakers on the web or in YOUR COMMUNITY It will be difficult at first but you have to keep going.
  9. 9. Develop your ability to express yourself by writing short sentences or translating phrases from the new language into your own, and back. Google translate can help.
  10. 10. A question learners frequently ask is where do I start? What is step one in learning a language? Use the Internet to find language exchange partners, grammar information, audio and text content, and learning platforms like LingQ.com.
  11. 11. for more, check out my blog: http://blog.thelinguist.com
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