My target is learning 4 languages; Chinese, Spanish, Hindi and Russian. Any recommendations?!.
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Yeap, take lessons with me. Lol. On a serious note, check out what Dr. A Arguelles have to say, a very prestigious polyglot. You can find his videos on Youtube. I have followed him for years and I could summarise his teachings. Also, produce, don’t just passively read and study, write and speak as much as you can. Mastering 100 words allow you to combine them in marvellous ways. On the contrary, being weak in 1000 words is just a waste of time. Specially, write languages which do not make much sense phonetically such as English and Chinese. Spanish is easier to write but the verb conjugations are nightmarish, yet, everything is possible with time and the right mindset
Arabic is very wonderful language
Choose one language first understand it's basics well,then move to another language . You can even relate the next language words and understand and learn the language even better.
Hello, Jass! My recommendation would be to use multiple learning strategies such as making topic networks of new vocabulary, makings lists of useful expressions for different purposes, reading aloud, and forming your own sentences both through writing and speaking. Good organisation and lots of practice is of key importance. Take things step by step, and make sure you really understand the material rather than racing through the work. I hope this helps!
For me, I will suggest learning first the hardest down to the easiest. Or Russian, Hindi, Chinese and Spanish
I can teach Hindi
It depends on how advanced you are in these languages. If you already understand but would like to improve pronunciation you could listen to podcasts or watch movies in those languages. If you are just beginning I would recommend finding a private tutor online. I would have questions, how advanced are you, and do you want to learn them all at the same time? But general advice is to listen, write and speak the languages, practice alot and in many ways.
Recommendations? Hello! I'm Aso Moeini. I think you should learn all of them in different sessions until you finish your A2 level, then select them one by one and live with them until you reach a B1+ level in each of the languages above. Language learning is not just about how smart you are, but about how continuously each it is practiced. So, PRACTICE & PRACTICE & PRACTICE! And remember that a good teacher can always shorten the way for you while a bad one can double the way for you.
I can help you with Spanish! =)
Yeah! Great to know that you have decided to learn these four language. My suggestion is ,start with Spanish and Chinese first . Because these two languages are having too much scope in today's century. And when you will learn these two languages learn Hindi and Russian as well. But Start from Chinese and Spanish. Hope so you will understand my question.
Russian is my native language. I know how to learn it easily and quickly. You simply not to lose your interest to the language and try to do your best. I am at your disposal.