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How to lern easy any foreign language.

Posted in: Life by Jaromír Adámek on August 24, 2008. Post tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

How to learn easy any foreign language? My advice is easy. Use it :) !

Don’t be shy , talk and write in this language as much as is possible.

My best way, how to learn any language is watch films without dubbing with original sound track. Firstly use subtitle (not in your language, in the language of the original sound!) and when you will be advanced in this language switch subtitle off and only listen.

Find your favorite topic. About reading, read as much as is possible, but only the texts which you will like to read! Do you like cosmos, read WWW about cosmos (Internet is great source for any subject), and don’t read about green snails :) . This will give you nice motivation. If you will read some texts, which you will not like, for example your books from school, you will be demotivated easy. Do you like comics? Find comics in the language which you will like to teach…

Don’t forget to comment. Make comment under every article, which you will read on Internet. At the beginning yours sentences will be little stupid (someone will don’t understand you :) ), but this will very push up your skills. You will be self-confident in short time.

Theory is bullshit, make it easy. For example, in english language, every single school teaching 10+ tenses, but (in 99.9% of texts) you will need only 4:

  1. I cook (present tense).
  2. I cooked (past tense).
  3. I will cook (future tense).
  4. I’m cooking right now(future progressive tense).

Why the hell are the noobs buried under so many tenses :( ? The advanced and professional need them all, but not you, the noobs! Make it easy, throw your theory books from the window! Read only your favorite text and watch movies :) . It’s nice, isn’t it?

And what is most important. USE DICTIONARY!!! People using dictionary don’t looking cool :) , right? They looking as noobs :) . But, how you will recognize real professional? He still using dictionary on every, yes on every, word which they not recognize. Don’t look cool, be a student and use dictionary. The best is to install some inside your computer and then you may easy copy&paste every word from the text to dictionary, which will translate it very fast. Printed dictionaries (books :) ) is too slow for this purpose.


  1. Nice post :-) To learn any foreign language I would strongly suggest to use in an active day, in best on a daily basis. If you write every day a few lines of email or comments in English or say a few senteces over phone (or better) desk, you will see that your skills are getting better and better. Practice makes expert :-) Hint for the simpliest possible English-Czech dictionary – try Lingea EasyLex, you even do not have to copy and paste the word, you just point the cursor over the word and it will find it, and display the translation and if you wish play the recorded pronuncation – so you learn new words with the correct pronuncations…

    Comment by Honza — 27. 8. 2008 @ 19.37

  2. Nice tip, Lingea Lexicon is a good software too, but some “online” translation sound better.

    Comment by Jaromír Adámek — 27. 8. 2008 @ 20.32

  3. Ouh, I am not sure wha to do now:). Now on holidays I started to read in english, but I dont use dictionary that much, because I understood about 75% of used words and ecerytiem got the point. But maybe I should start…?

    Comment by M. — 17. 7. 2009 @ 8.33

  4. Sure start now ASAP :) . Don’t wait. You can’t learn something, if you will not start… :)

    Comment by Jaromír Adámek — 17. 7. 2009 @ 9.06

  5. Hi, I spent some time on your website. I found your www on page about investment, because I just started to interest in investments.

    Your English is really poor but it is funny to read your texts. It’s like when some Asian speaks Czech :-) But it’s OK and I respect it.

    Your are very right about tenses used in common English! But I have to add one comment: Be careful with “going to” because you use it very often badly ;-)

    I share your opinion about watching films without subtitles. But in my point of view, the serials are better. There is “simple” every day English and you can get to know the figures, their language and after few episodes you are not going to have problems to understand ;-) I really like Friends or How I Met Your Mother.

    Comment by Honza — 23. 8. 2010 @ 12.19

  6. Thanks for the your opinion Honza.

    I’m using badly the “going to” hmm, may you explain it more? I’m using it maybe in sentences when something pointing to the some other thing, or what I’m doing bad? I looked to the dictionary, and it’s archaic, so maybe becuase this, or maybe i’m using it bad in imperfect time…

    Yes the original audio tracks and subtitles simply rocks :) . I’m watching all movies ONLY in the original language (not only the english ones, but all) and it’s good for language skills.

    I like more the big ones movies, the sci-fi serials (Star-Trek, Star Gate), Hells Kitchen rock too and other’s. I’m watching some foreign language film simply everyday. I like to hear, how the original actors speaking the dabbing crippling it :( .

    And thanks for your respect, I will add in near time other pure articles about investing, and not only my ego bullshits :) LOL.

    Have a nice day, and big thanks for comment.

    Comment by Jaromír Adámek — 24. 8. 2010 @ 10.07

Thanks for a comment :).


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