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    Hi Guys,
    As you can tell from the title, I would really like to learn a lot of languages. I want to learn the following language fluently which are Arabic, Spanish and German. Are there any tips which you guys can give me to learn these language. Hopefully in the future I would like to even be more fluent in other languages. So far the languages I know are Hindi, Urdu and Gujarati. However Hindi and Urdu are quite similar that is why it was easy to learn.

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    (Original post by No1Lion)
    Hi Guys,
    As you can tell from the title, I would really like to learn a lot of languages. I want to learn the following language fluently which are Arabic, Spanish and German. Are there any tips which you guys can give me to learn these language. Hopefully in the future I would like to even be more fluent in other languages. So far the languages I know are Hindi, Urdu and Gujarati. However Hindi and Urdu are quite similar that is why it was easy to learn.

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    there are loads of online courses you can join :yep:
    you need to do your own research though
    https://www.duolingo.com/
    https://www.memrise.com/
    :goodluck:
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    (Original post by fatima1998)
    there are loads of online courses you can join :yep:
    you need to do your own research though
    https://www.duolingo.com/
    https://www.memrise.com/
    :goodluck:
    Thanks a lot fatima1998
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    KKKKKKKK I've answered this q before alot so i'm jus gonna be brief and hence my answer will be of crappy english

    memrise, duolingo, forvo, mondly all good vocab builders
    anki if you wanna go down a flashcard route
    listen to music in those languages
    read books in those languages
    read/listen to the news ^
    type/speak to people ^
    commit yourself every day to doing something about it ^
    keep a journal irl where you write ^
    use lang-8 to get corrections ^
    consider making a language blog on tumblr or blogger ^
    use the languages in everyday life e..g count to 10 in arabic instead of english

    cant recall anymore
 
 
 
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