Are you up for learning a new language to add to the worth of your resume? Or you may want to learn an international language before applying for an international visa? Whatever the reason is, the acquisition of multiple languages is becoming popular all over the world at a fast pace. However, we all know that it is always tricky and challenging when it comes to learning a new language. It would notbe wrong to say that finding the best way of learning a new language appears as almost impossible. As a matter of fact, some languages are difficult to learn as compared to the other ones. The following useful tips from experts are going to help you a great deal in case you want to learn a new language.

Don’t Just Rely on the Textbooks

When you are learning any new thing, textbooks might not work that well as much as enhancing your vocabulary, reading a dictionary or some other relevant books can. Actually, the textbooks may haunt you or appear less worthy than a relevant book of your taste. Reading fictions, inspirational stories, quotations or so in that particular language is more helpful than sticking to any single textbook. It’s also a productive way of enhancing your vocabulary.

Exploring variety of things about a new language is indeed a key to acquire enhanced learning. For example, you can search online for various apps related to the new language to enhance your vocabularygreatly. Realize the value of learning the relevant things, the things that are related to your practical life more than the theoretical expressions. The latter you might have to focus if you want to be a translator. Otherwise, it’s not required. It actually should be your major goal whenever you learn a new language.

Don’t Rush Learning

Keep remembering that ‘Haste makes Waste’. You cannot learn a new language in just five days so don’t rush learning. It requires considerable time to be an expert in a new language. Therefore, have patience and keep moving on. Give it the required time with all your head and heart.

Keep On Revising

Being passionate about learning a new language is good but the eagerness of jumping to a new lesson without revising the previous one isn’t. By doing so, you may forget what you learnedin the previous session. Therefore, always revise the previous lessons for about fifteen minutes prior to learning a new one. Adding to it, incorporating the new stuff with the previous learning material is also essential. For instance, try making sentences by incorporating the words that you have learnt during your new session. Connect them with the previous ones as well.Maintain a flow!

Get Out of your Comfort Zone

Remember that ‘Comfort Kills Growth’.Learning new language might challenge your spirit by putting you in pretty awkward situations. This is because you can make many mistakes while learning a new language and when incorporating it into your daily life. Remember your childhood when you didn’t understand the language or question yet you tried to learn new things? You might have shared them with your peers and they might have made fun of your efforts at first. But, that’s how we start off with new things, yes, by making mistakes; however, you don’t need to fear all this process since it is the only way of your development and improvement.

You may acquire vast learning regarding a new language;although, it is worthless unless you don’t start speaking in it. You cannot get a command over a new language unless and until you practice it in your everyday life. To make it possible, do no shame. Try to talk to others by using the words or sentences of the new language you’re learning. It is a good way to practice and memorize new things.

Find Helpful Friends



As stated earlier, it is necessary to talk to others in the new language. In this regard, finding and making friends who already know that particular language is even more beneficial.They can help you in increasing your knowledge as well as enhancing your verbal skills. To serve this purpose, you can find speakers nearby or on different platforms of social media.Interaction with them and conversation on a regular basis will nourish your learning abilities with regards to a new language. Moreover, it will also boost your confidence in speaking a new language.  

Listen Carefully



It is always vital to give an ear to what is being said before jumping on to the conclusion. Same is the case with learning a new language. It is extremely important to listen carefully to the teacher or the expert who is teaching you a new language. In fact, careful listening also matters since a new language can sound different in the beginning. It may have a strange accent. So, the only way of familiarizing yourself with it is to listen carefully.    

In addition, listening to a relevant program on TV, radio or some songs in that particular language can also help. Similarly, watching movies in that particular language will make the learning process easier. All it requires from you is a little more attention. For instance, you’ll learn Japanese better if you watch the relevant movies onlinebesides attending thelearning sessions.

Make Plenty of Mistakes but Not the Same Ones Twice



Bear in mind that the journey of learning a new language is not an easy one. It comes with many ups and downs just like any other journey in life. You won’t be able to get a grasp over a new language with little relevant knowledge. For making progress in learning the new language, not only speaking but thinking, writing and comprehending in it are also crucial. Or else, your self-consciousness or timidity regarding your abilities will hinder your learning. Hence, don’t shy away because of the mistakes.

As a matter of fact, this is the only way in which your growth in learning a new language is possible. It doesn’t matter if you spoke or wrote a phrase or word wrong in the beginning. Just be consistent, learn from your mistakes, keep them in mind and try not to make the same mistakes twice.

About the Author:

Lara Smith has worked for Wall Street English for 20 years. After studying at Stanford University and subsequently doing a CELTA course, she began her career in teaching. She is obsessed with languages and currently writes blogs at