Hello language learners!
I hope you are enjoying your day and I would like to introduce my new, monthly feature: 5 fun ways to learn a language (German).
From now on, I plan to release a monthly blog post, with lots of language learning tips, methods, and apps or websites. The tips and tools are for learning German, although a lot of apps and websites offer various languages.
1. I enjoy listening to Spanish music and I am so excited about the website Lyricstraining. My Spanish teacher used this resource in one of our classes. This website is perfect for practicing your listening skills and it is fun to explore the different variations of Spanish pronunciation.
2. Recently, I found the website Manythings, which contains a collection of bilingual sentence pairs. I plan to recommend and use this website with all of my students in the next online lessons. I am so happy I found this wonderful website, as I am using it for improving my Spanish skills.
3. Join a language learning community like Deutsch lernen mit Marija or my Hallo Deutsch Facebook group. You can communicate with other language learners, ask questions, and get feedback from native Speakers, learners, or teachers.
4. Print out motivational quotes in German (or your target language) and stick them to a door, mirror, or where you can see them often throughout the day.
Sieh dir diesen Beitrag auf Instagram an
⠀ _________________________⠀ ⠀ #sprüchezumnachdenken #zitateundsprueche #zitatezumnachdenken #weisheiten #weisheit #sprücheseite #sprücheundzitate #zitateundsprüche #zitatdestages #spruchbild #glaubandich #erfolgistkeinglück #stärke #veränderungen #denken #nachdenklich #sprücheundgedanken #zitateaufdeutsch #handeln #durchziehen
5. In bigger cities, you can attend language exchanges via Meetup. It is a fun way to practice your language skills and make new friends at the same time. If you are new to a city, language exchanges are a great way to get to know a few locals.