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06-12-2007, 06:21 AM
Mastering a foreign language is becoming more and more important for us in our daily life and work. So I want to learn a foreign language by myself. But I don't know where to start and I have only found some language learning sites, språkresor (http://www.blueberrysprak.nu) , study languages (http://www.study-languages.com) and specialised language courses (http://www.specialisedcourses.com) . I wonder if you could give me some other suggestion or recommendation. Any help would be much appreciated!
Thanks in advance!
08-07-2007, 05:23 AM
Mastering a foreign language is surely important for us nowadays. I think the best way to learn a foreign language is in a trip to other country. You can speak to the native people to improve your oral language and you can also learn more than the language. I spent several days in Spain and learnt a little Spanish there with the local people. They're all very friendly and hospitable.
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08-28-2007, 06:03 AM
What do you mean? Do you mean that you want to learn some other languages using some online sources? I can recommend you some related sites that I have used ever in my learning and I think they're useful for me in my study. But I think the best way to learn some foreign language is to speak to the language spoken person. That may be the fast way. This is only my personal opinion.
Good luck for you!
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10-29-2007, 02:05 AM
The local language for a foreign student is most important. And the vernacular is the first step to learn for a foreign student. I can taste your temper before you enter a foreign language school and now I’m a foreign student in Spain. There are some sites I can recommend to you, English language schools (http://www.abroadlanguages.com) and Sprachaufenthalt (http://www.esl.com) , you can check them to find some foreign language to learn not only for entering foreign school but also for your interest.
I am also interested in learning English language schools (http://www.abroadlanguages.com) and have enrolled in study languages and specialized language courses which can provide some tips and words and expressions. I think, learning Sprachaufenthalt (http://www.esl.com) isn't very easy, it needs your patience and diligence. As long as you persist in it, you can succeed, I believe.
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