Train your Brain to Explore a New Language

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Language learning is an art. The artists develop their brains in so many dimensions while learning a language that they feel elated by the end of the learning. During the time of the pandemic, the development of skills has become a hobby. People are learning so many new things. Language learning has also become one of the most tried out skills at this time. People are immersing themselves in learning languages like French, Spanish, Mandarin, English, etc. Learning a language not only helps you in adding a language to your linguistics but also gives you a new experience.


Learning a new language can be a daunting experience for some people, but it can be a fun experience if done consistently. The following tips can help you explore a new language and immerse yourself in a new experience.

1. Choose the right language

There are over 1,000 languages in the world. Choosing one language to learn is a task in itself.


If you want to learn new languages, then start with selecting one language at a time and focus on that language only, especially when you have never learned a foreign language before. A new language is only useful if you use it properly and frequently.

Nowadays, English is a more widely spoken language and known in many countries. French and Spanish became the most learned languages nowadays and became the standard high school choices because they are relatively easy to learn and spoken widely so it is easy to remember words.


Make sure you do your homework and research properly before starting to learn a new language.

2. Set a goal

Different people try their hand at different languages for completely different reasons. Do not be another sheep in the herd. Set your goals and levels that you want to reach. Make sure you have your result in mind. It can be for school purposes, for traveling, or maybe just for fun. But be sure of your tasks and results.


If you aren’t sure about your goal, read the following statements, and see where do you align.


     Read books of that language you have learned.

     Watch a movie of that language without subtitles.

     Check yourself to carry on a complex conversation.

     Go on a trip where you can use the language that you have learned properly.


To keep yourself on track, make sure your goals are specific, time-bound, and achievable.

3. Set timelines that can align with your goals

Setting up a Timeline is very important when you learn new things. When you start learning a new language, set a timeline before learning that language to complete it. Setting a timeline will help you achieve your goals on time and faster.


There is no fixed time for learning a new language. That depends on the learning abilities of yours. Languages that are more similar to your native language are easier and faster to learn. Your aim after starting to learn a new language is to reach a conversational level. Learning Spanish and French for an English native speaker is easier than to learn Chinese, Arabic, or Mandarin. Your learning time of a new language will also depend on how much time and effort you give.

4. Learning relevant vocabulary

No one can learn all words of a new language or any language. If you want to memorize all words, then you suppose to have some superpower. When you start learning a new language, then try basic phrases, numbers, and simple sentences. Choose your way and type to learn the language.


Start with the words that you can use frequently and which are also relevant to your life. Learn those words that you can use to describe yourself, your interest, hobbies, and basic words that you can use to carry a conversation. You will also have an easier time remembering words and phrases relevant to you because you will often use them. Learning colloquialisms and expressions will help you sound more conversational and confident. Your expressions help you make your words and intentions more clear and effective.

5. Sticking to the routine

Routine helps a person maintain a balanced life. Routine not just helps a person to maintain hobbies and schedules. It also helps to maintain mental wellness. Scheduling your tasks helps you to manage time, increase productivity, and release unnecessary pressure.


Routine plays an important role in language learning, as well. When you schedule language learning in your daily tasks, you make it a habit of yours. This helps in maintaining consistency, which increases learning speed, agility, and retention as well.

6. Watching, observing, and learning

For most people, practice in language learning means speaking. But the true secret of language learning lies in observing. When you observe people, you learn how they talk, the expressions they use, the pronunciation of words, and the gestures they accompany. Thus, listening and watching helps you understand the body language required to speak that new language.


One other thing that helps in learning a language is to understand the culture of that place. When you understand the culture and the background, you immerse yourself in the experience of those small things that will help you understand the language better.

It is thus advised that before you start speaking, watch television shows, movies, cultural clips, short stories, etc., to help you understand the “behind the scenes” of that language.



We hope that these tips will help you start your journey of learning a new language. Learning a language is like exploring a new place. These tips will make your journey easy, efficient, and effective.


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