Tips for Learning A New Language
Tips for learning/acquiring new languages skills.
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Hola. Bonjour. Ling hao. Hi! My name is Julia Ho, and Iím a multilingual actor, international spokesperson for a major corporation, and the tip I have for you today is how to pick up, easily and quickly, a new language. Itís really not all that hard to do. All you need is the desire. But first of all, I want to cover some technical aspects of things. Just like with any other habits, it takes at least 21 days, meaning three weeks, before something new starts sinking in. So yes, pick up whatever tools of choice, whether itís Rosetta Stones or books, CDs, tapes, and go and start practicing it. And listen to it at night, when youíre trying to sleep - yes, it does actually sink in. Practice with whoever you would like, on the street, even people in the neighborhood. And, on top of all that, you record yourself, so you can listen back. So thanks again for listening to my little tip, and right now I bid you goodbye, adios, au revoir, sa chein.