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How long does it take to learn a new language? - October 23rd 2016, 06:53 PM

How long does it usually take to really learn every word without forgetting?
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Re: How long does it take to learn a new language? - October 23rd 2016, 07:31 PM

If depends. Like I think you can be reasonably fluent by reading and watching tv so that you can hear the language and read the words and if you write in the language too. BUT there is a big thing which is immersion. Many things I've read say you can be fluent in about a year or even faster if your one of those people who pick up on languages fast but that it is a lot harder to become fluent if you don't live in a place where you can speak the language with other people. I don't even know if you have to like, go to France to become fluent in French but you might want to know people in your community who'll speak French with you (or whatever language you're learning).

I think how much you practice makes a big difference too. Like if you're only practicing for about 20 minutes a day then that's probably not enough to become bilingual / fluent very fast.

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