The Internet is fast becoming your best place for language learning. Any language can be learned on the Internet, including the whistled language of Silbo Gomero.
Language learning is likely at its most relaxed on your own TV. Whether you're learning a new language from a cartoon or a DVD, it's nice to be able to do it curled up on the sofa in your jammies. You can brush your teeth later.
Go to your TV's menu and turn on subtitles. It's a great way to see the printed word while you're listening to dialogue.
3.CDs and Podcasts
If you spend a lot of time in your car, language learning podcastor CD might be just the ticket. There are all kinds of audio programs out there to help you learn.
Language learning books abound. Some are better than others. The most important thing about learning anything from a book is finding the book that speaks to you. Some books are easier to learn from than others, depending on how you like to learn. Visiting a bookstore or library makes this process easier. Pick up each book possibility and flip through it. You'll know at a glance when you find the right book for you.
5.Blogs, Lyrics, and More
Language learning can happen in the most unexpected places. When you're open to learning, you pay more attention to everything around you. That's when you find new words in the least-expected places, sometimes in your own language! Read blogs, memorize song lyrics, find a new friend who speaks another language and learn from each other.