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For super-easy language learning check out the free subs2srs application. Here are details on how to make a flashcard deck from your favourite media- films, tv series, etc. http://forum.koohii.com/viewtopic.php?pid=96090
subs2srs を使って Anki 用動画カードを作る方法: http://youtu.be/XaVe80ysqyU
1) Be audio-visual!
Check out Yale courses with subtitles! http://www.youtube.com/user/YaleCourses?feature=watch
TED Talks also have subs: www.ted.com/talks
2) Learn through other peoples's mistakes via http://mightyredpen.wordpress.com/
3) Method matters- check out the Antimoon site: http://www.antimoon.com/how/howtolearn.htm
4) Interested in writing in English? Read "The Elements of Style"
I'm very interested in learning languages. I don't know why- it's intellectual ammo. I'm especially keen on East-Asian ones. I know my English from when I lived there, and kept in touch with it after I left- admittedly not hard these days.
|Accent:||British English, Romanian standard|
|Native Language(s):||English, Romanian|
|Studying:||Spanish, German, Japanese, Chinese - Mandarin, Korean, Hebrew, Icelandic, Sanskrit|
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