Guidelines and tricks for learning a new language
English is a global language. Most of the Indian can speak English, may be not all of them are not very fluent but they can understand even in rural areas of India. But there are many non-English-speaking countries where you will have to learn local language. So if you are planning a holiday, business trip or going for studies in non speaking English country than you have learn local language.
Back to school
First, an obvious one: taking classes is an essential part of learning a new language. Although they cost money and time, lessons allow you to study the language in a structured environment where you can ask questions – plus you might make a few new friends to practice with. Language classes can be taken either before or after moving to your new country, or preferably both.
It's no secret that learning a new language is a difficult task, and it can be all too easy to leave it behind in the classroom and not practice in your free time. Though going the extra mile may seem tedious, it's a sure way to begin integrating the language into your everyday life, even before you leave for your expat destination. Some ideas include putting post-it notes around your home and office with commonly used phrases, or getting into the habit of doing "round robins" with friends and family who are also learning the language.
Practice with locals
One of the most compelling reasons to learn a country's language is to integrate better with its culture and people – and what better way to do that than to strike up a conversation with a local? In some places, this may be easier said than done, as expats often find that locals automatically switch to English when speaking with a foreigner. In this case, explain to them that you're learning the local language and would like to practise with them. Don't be shy about not having the perfect accent or mispronouncing a word – rather encourage the locals to help you improve on any mistakes.
Make use of technology
From language learning applications to podcasts, there are all sorts of ways that technology can help you to learn a language. There's a wide variety of popular podcasts to choose from that focus on teaching a particular language. These can be listened to during your daily commute or while cooking dinner. Smartphone owners can also make use of the many language learning applications available.