Although you can read books, but I believe enroll for an
online course will be more effective.
You can find both paid and free courses at Udemy.
Hi guys, any feedback will be appriciated.
Skype courses really help. This and live communication with the teacher. But you save time on the road
When I was learning Deutsche, our instructor made sure we all spoke the language in the classroom. It was difficult at first, but it really helped in the long run. I'd suggest speaking the language as much as you can without worrying about getting it right. First we need to get used to the language before acquiring any degree of fluency/mastery.
I've been learning French on Busuu and found it very useful, since you can chat to other language learners on there. They have English as well.
Read, Write and think in English. Start writing blogs or start keeping diaries and keep on writing the things you like and whatever that comes in your mind. Writing improves the language.
It would be best if you read a lot, and also converse in front of the mirror. Practice makes a man perfect.
For a better perception of foreign speech, watching films in English helped me a lot. To start, you can try with subtitles (exclusively in English). When you get used to it, try to repeat the lines after the characters of the film or TV series - it develops the accent very well and helps to speak the language you are learning.
Sure, watching films in original language really develops the accent and pronunciation. Just try to repeat the lines after the film's character, you can try with subtitels at first.
Watching a movie in the language you learn helps a lot (with subtitles, of course)
I remember that there was some kind of site to communicate with native speakers who are also interested in your native language. I think that now there are several such platforms and it will not be difficult to find them. I think this is the most suitable option.