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☆ 10 Steps to Becoming Fluent in a Language in 6 months or Less ☆

07/07/2009
20080418-FeliciaPhoto by Felicia Wong
Even if you don’t feel linguistically-inclined, it’s possible–with patience, diligence, and a sense of humor—to become fluent in a language in six months or less.

1. Immerse yourself


2. Forget translating: think like a baby!


3. How do you say?


4. Write it


5. Use cognates and draw links


6. Local TV, movies, music


7. Non-verbal cues


8. Get emotional!


9. A world of friends / then going solo.


10. Practice at every opportunity before and after you travel.

Read about each step here:   mataabroad

About the Author

Felicia Wong recently left a diplomatic career to be with her fiancé, travel photographer Robert Paetz. They are currently traveling through South America but split their time between California and Singapore.

3 Comentários leave one →
  1. 07/07/2009 14:46

    Similar to a list I wrote sometime ago:

    http://www.belazier.com/2007/09/04/the-best-ways-to-learn-a-new-language/

    I’d also recommend LiveMocha.com and trymango.com to for free lessons online.

  2. 14/07/2009 19:12

    Acho que só estando no país para conseguir uma fluencia em 6 meses🙂
    bjks

  3. 17/07/2009 12:48

    Thanks for the advice. I was actually planning to learn French, in order to go in France to college, so your post was very helpful for me.

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