The Best Way to Learn a Language is to Imitate Native Speakers: Imitate Them in Movies, YouTube Videos, Music, etc.

No, this isn’t easy, no it won’t make you fluent in a month (nothing will, stop that nonsense), but it does work and it is a ton of fun if you do it right!

Remember: You can always trust a man with a dog.

Remember: You can always trust a man with a dog.

Hi, I’m Andrew (with Bosley, yes named after the character from Charlie’s Angels), and I help people learn languages for a living – I even wrote a best-selling book about it (not asking you to buy it but I understand it’ll lend me some credibility and hopefully 30 seconds of your time – check it out here on Amazon if you like).  Learning a language from popular media in that language, media made by and for native speakers (movies, YouTube videos, music, etc.), is a great way to learn that language.  I suspect you already intuitively know this: the way a language is spoken by native speakers in videos and movies is generally how that language is spoken by native speakers in real life (period dramas excepting: I’m not advocating anyone learn English from Shakespeare).

Learning a language this way is easy, effective, and fun…but learning how to do it is not.

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