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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 1 month ago

How do i learn a new language fluently?

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Orthodox Christian three hand signs are different than Buddhist mudras. Ecumenism = 263 heresies; each heresy leads to hell. Orthodoxy = the only true faith; Roman Catholics tried one cup - one spoon ritual and got sick with Bubonic plague; if heresy enters Orthodox monastery then monks/nuns will get sick with flu/tuberculosis (for instance); Orthodox churches who closed for COVID or had disposable cups/spoons or dipped spoon into alcohol are no longer brides of Christ (now they serve Satan and honor Satan's new COVID religion). Don’t go into UFO to be “healed” by evil demons; demons never do good. SSN is written as a barcode/QRcode; then it's put into a chip; chip is put into vaccine; chipped people are influenced (by super computers) to receive grey plastic card World Passport with no name on it (but when they stretch their hands to get it, gov't clerk presses secret button to administer the unforgivable green 666 tattoo by isotope rays). If you reject mark of the beast then your direct ancestors go to heaven (according to saint Vyacheslav Krasheninnikov from Ural); forgive me.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    The same way you get to Carnegie Hall:  practice, practice, practice!

  • 1 month ago

    One word---exposure.That is how you learned your parent's language.

    There are some very expensive language courses available which promise instant success.Don't be fooled.It takes many years of daily exposure and interaction with native speakers.

    Don't underestimate the  maybe $10 little books with pictures for tourists.They are a very good starting point,

    Also any course is only as good as its student.

  • Marmar
    Lv 5
    1 month ago

    1) Meet natives & practice with them.

    You can meet natives by visiting another country or just finding them online. Try out this site called "MyLanguageExchange.com" to find native speakers of just about any language. This is a great way to learn casual talk.

    2) Learn like a baby.

    Listen to children songs/read children books/watch children shows in that language. Then just go around babbling the words & try to associate the words with the proper objects. This is a great way to build vocab.

    3) Ignore your native language for a while.

    When people read or listen to another language, they tend to mentally translate it to their native language. Try not to do this to prevent such dependency. The goal is to try and understand the other language without having to translate it to your own. Put your native language to the side at times and pretend that the only language available is the language you're learning. This includes thoughts and expressions. Like instead of saying "uh" or "um" (English expressions), say "ano" or "eto" when learning Japanese. Or instead of saying "Oh my God/goodness", say "aye yi yi" when learning Spanish. This is a great way to help you think in that language.

  • Zirp
    Lv 5
    1 month ago

    Slowly

    Take classes

    Expose yourself to the grammatically correct variety of the language...movies (with good subtitles in your native language), books, music, TV...

    and after some progress, practice speaking

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