There is no specific method to learn a language since each person learns in different ways but here are some tips: I hope it helps!
The first advice I could give you is that you study the language every day, that will help you a lot since you learn new vocabulary daily, and practice grammar. I learned English in an academy, going every day from 7am until 1pm and that helped me a lot since the best practice is daily.
Listen to the language: my advice is that you see movies, series or videos in that language you want to learn, you can even look for books with audio in that language, and hear songs... that will help you to understand more and more what people say.
Read in the language you are learning: you can find books, newspapers, magazines, or even put videos and place subtitles in that new language, so you can develop the reading and memorize more words. I recommend you watch series in the language with subtitles to help you.
Practice speaking with a person who knows how to speak that language, or with someone who has that native language, so you can develop a conversation well and have more fluency when speaking and be spontaneous when you listen.
If there is a word that you don't understand, look for it in a dictionary or translate it, do not stay with the doubt, as this way you will learn more vocabulary.
Practice every day, always try to practice, because our brain assimilates more information when we give it to you daily, believe me this will help you a lot.
I recommend reading children's books, listening to children's songs, and watching children's movies in that language, because even if you think it's absurd, in those films and books they pronounce perfectly, which will make you understand and practice with ease.
If you have the possibility and the resources to travel to the country where that language is spoken that you want to learn, do it !!! It will be the best experience you can experience ... but if you can't do it, do not get sad, or you get stressed out, in the same way you can learn with the previous tips.
If you make all those tips daily you will see the 100% improvement, a tip, choose a language that really interests you, because if you like you will look for a way to learn faster.
Do NOT be rude to yourself, since you yourself are your worst critic, at first it will cost a little and maybe you're not perfect but remember that day by day you will practice to fulfill your goal !!
I hope you learn that new language, I know that that feeling feels satisfactory !!!
The best method in learning to speak a new language is still going to a class/university where they teach that language. Getting help from a professional with the experience both in teaching and the said language is still the most easiest and effective way.
However, not everyone have the time nor the money to take such courses. That is why I am recommending you to try the mobile app Duolingo. The app has a "somewhat" syllabus in there wherein you start with common phrases then continuously branch off to other categories.
They will even try to grade your voice if you are pronouncing it correctly.
I recommend taking a course at a community college or hiring a qualified private tutor. Learning a language scratch is a lot of work and each language has elements that are difficult to learn. When you have an experienced professional teacher you can get help and you will have everything taught to you in the right order.
Your teacher does not have to be native speaker of the language. Native speakers can be blind to the difficulties adult learners of the language may have.
The best way to learn a new language is to mingle with the native speakers.
While you can take online courses, it is not a substitute for staying and conversing with the native speakers. You can learn new things easily that way.
Learning to speak a new language takes time. It will not happen overnight. If you want to speak a new language, you have to listen to the language first. Try to understand what you hear.
If you learn well by reading, then start reading more. Or, if you learn a language better by listening, then listen to podcast on that language. Talk to native speakers and it will help you a lot to learn the language faster.
You have to keep trying and have patience. Pay attention how native speakers speak, their mouth movement, pronunciation, intonation and so on. You can watch movies to have a closer look how the language is used in real life. Try these things, and eventually you will figure it out what works best for you.
Learn a little bit everyday and never give up. Have some fun with it. Hope you can learn a new language very well.
If you want to speak a new language, you have to be familiar with the sound of the language. You have to listen to that language first. Of course, you will not understand anything at the beginning. Later, try to understand the meaning of the language in your native language, then try to speak the language. If you keep trying to speak a new language, eventually you will be able to speak that language.
Try not to give yourself a chance to be confined! Dialect is an open conduct, and you should speak with others. Travel if/when you can. Locate a nearby dialect gather that meets some place close you (heaps of colleges have these for the most widely recognized and even some uncommon dialects—there's quite often one for Spanish, and they as a rule have easygoing gatherings at coffeehouses and comparative areas, for the most part students and a couple of local speakers). Take in the dialect with a companion or relative. In case you're taking a class, invest energy with a companion in the class and work on utilizing just the dialect. You needn't bother with a local speaker, not in any case a familiar speaker, to hone and learn. Now and then it's more successful to rehearse with another person who is additionally learning since you're experiencing a similar thing. Be that as it may, regardless of whether none of that works for you, you're on Quora at the present time so you have the web. Discover a site, or only somebody to visit with straightforwardly, and converse with them. You communicate in English, and that is staggeringly profitable on the web. I've had individuals from everywhere throughout the world (Indonesia, Mexico, Pakistan, Morocco) nearly imploring me to visit with them on the web so they could hone their English. Complete an exchange. There are a few sites intended to enable you to discover accomplices. The one cautioning I have for you is that you should utilize ordinary precautionary measures to maintain a strategic distance from any con artists who should need to exploit individuals in this circumstance. I haven't by and by searched out such a large number of discussion accomplices myself, however I've had a couple, and I've never had any issues, with the exception of genuinely that I didn't have sufficient energy to continue conversing with them as much as they needed so I once in a while needed to disregard them, or even square them. They are truly seeking right now after you to reach them. Much the same as you are planning to discover somebody to converse with. There are additionally comparative in person programs sorted out by some network focuses and numerous colleges where you can trade with an outside understudy (frequently an extremely fascinating graduate understudy) who simply needs an easygoing method to hone English and would love to enable you to take in their dialect since they probably won't expect anybody would think about it. I've done that a couple of times and it was extraordinary. There are a huge number of Spanish speakers and perhaps similarly the same number of individuals like you who are examining the dialect. Discover a few. I've heard anecdotes about individuals notwithstanding learning Spanish by landing a position working in the kitchen of an eatery (in the event that you live in the Assembled States, at any rate). Volunteering is additionally an amazing alternative on the off chance that you have any settler networks close you. Show them English (or volunteer in some other way) and practice your Spanish while you're there. There is not a viable alternative for rehearsing a dialect, yet you can hone from multiple points of view.
Record yourself and continue recording it until the point that you can create a section/introduction/discourse/whatever superbly. This aides for the most part with elocution, yet it's a decent model and experience to have for your future dialect utilize. See more here: My pronunciation is portrayed as "overwhelming", what would it be a good idea for me to do to enhance it?
You can read (and you should), and furthermore tune in to music and watch motion pictures or television. This aides for understanding, however it can assemble vocabulary and language structure to be utilized later to talk and composing. For something only somewhat more intuitive, you can have a go at exchanging your Quora, Facebook or email records to Spanish. Not difficult to explore but rather it encourages you consider the dialect and end up agreeable. For something harder, take a stab at exchanging the dialect of your telephone or PC! (Just on the off chance that you get totally lost, ensure you make a few notes about what/where to snap to get it back to English.)
Envision having a discussion with somebody or accounting for yourself to somebody. Presently! You've quite recently ventured off the plane to visit a nation where the dialect is talked, and the traditions officer solicits you "What is the reason from your visit?" How would you react? In the event that you are open to investing energy without anyone else's input, you presumably additionally are happy with introspecting about circumstances like that. Go through different discussions in your mind, look into vocabulary. What's more, obviously you can compose. Compose a journal consistently.
Compose a novel in the event that you need. Compose a blog.
Take a class. In case you're an understudy, take one at your school or college. There are Spanish classes all over the place, fortunately. You can select in one at a junior college as an individual from the network (regardless of whether you're under 18 much of the time). For a less expensive alternative, some secondary schools have network courses during the evening. Perhaps 10 weeks, meeting once every week at 7pm. I did this for Spanish (and later French, and Arabic) at a secondary school while I was a student. I did it since I expected to hone Spanish again after I hadn't utilized it for some time. These classes can be entirely low level yet they're connecting with and some have an objective of training you how to have an essential discussion before voyaging, perhaps ideal for you on the off chance that you would need to do that later on yet can't currently. Lastly, in the event that you can't do any of that, there are classes on the web, and also, obviously, heaps of dialect learning sites (some superior to other people). Furthermore, independently directed course readings or study programs as well (like sound tapes) if that works for you.
I learned Spanish and German. At first I got bogged down with the masculine and feminine. There are 16 ways to say the word 'the' in German. My tutor told me forget all the grammar and just focus on the vocab. If you say the vocab and precede it with a 'de' then the Germans will work out what you are saying and the grammar will come in time. Worked for me.