How do you practice a language to become fluent if you have no one to talk to in that language?
I'm trying to teach myself chinese and korean and I'm pretty good when it comes to reading and writing but listening and speaking are a struggle. I've tried apps that match you with people to help but they usually don't and I end up just helping with english, no one I know irl is helpful either. I would try some of the 1 on 1 teaching apps like italki but I don't have money to constantly use those.
- ZirpLv 72 months ago
Listening to spoken language
Reading books with the help of a good dictionary
Watching movies in the language, with good subtitles in your native one
Hanging out with fluent speakers
- Don VertoLv 72 months ago
Writing and reading come first for adults.However to become fluent in any language requires daily communication with native speakers for many years.
I mean fluent like native speakers and not limited fluency in some greetings and phrases.
- Anonymous2 months ago
I like Dulingo, it's not the very best but there is speaking exercises and it has helped me learn a bit of French. It's free too.