These Are the Best Ways to Learn a Language in No Time

Dacy Knight

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From Oprah Winfrey to Warren Buffett, the most successful people insist that continuing education throughout one's life is essential to one's earning potential and all-around happiness. This habit of lifelong learning can occur in a number of ways, from picking up new skills, immersing yourself in literature on new subjects, or listening to podcasts that challenge your way of thinking. One of the most exciting and rewarding ways to continue learning long after you've earned your degree is learning a new language.

Whether it's because you desire to visit that part of the world, have friends or family who are native speakers, or you simply want to refine and build on skills that have become rusty since grade school, becoming fluent—or at least conversational—in a language is a gratifying exercise. To get you started, we've outlined some of the best ways to learn a language.

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