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Just like our first article about the best ways to learn a language, this one seems like a no brainer. You should always know why you are learning a language. Unfortunately, there is the tendency of losing sight of our goal along the way, especially when things get rough and we get stuck, something that is going to happen at some point, sooner or later, in everybody’s language learning journey.
So keeping in mind why you initially started learning and refreshing this reason along the way can help us to stay focused and to reach our goal.
It’s an open secret that the best way to learn a language is immersion which means that you are surrounded by the language you want to learn for as long as possible throughout the day. And the Internet did not change that.
If you take a look at surveys on language learners like recent ones from busuu or Kaplan, between 23% to 65% of learners think that the best way to learn a foreign language is to travel abroad and learn in a classroom with other foreigners.