10 Tips for Learning a New Language Late in Life

Fact: It’s easiest to learn a new language when you’re a young child. But if your parents didn’t make you learn one...well, there’s nothing you can do about it now -- although that doesn’t mean you can’t learn a new language as an adult! With a little hard work and these 10 tips, you’ll be bilingual in no time.

1 of 10 Listen to Music

While you’re going for a jog or lifting weights at the gym, listen to music in your chosen new language instead of your usual playlist. Listening and singing (or lip-syncing) along to the music will help your facial muscles learn how to say the words correctly, and you’ll have a good time too! 

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