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Learning French and Italian
cArn | 
Kazakhstan RealKazakh 
Good afternoon my fellow friends. I would like to learn French and Itialiian. Could you suggest good and interesting sources to learn these languages? German might be also an option. Have a nice day.
2020-04-06 11:49
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#1
cArn | 
Kazakhstan RealKazakh 
Please help!
2020-04-06 11:54
I speak both languages (Born French and been living in Italy since 2018). You've got to look for bridges and links. What language do you already speak? Do you have a base in formal Latin and ancient Greek? When I prepared to go to Italy I worked my italian by taking a book of French writing lessons for 7/8/9 years old kids and translate everything in Italian to make my own lessons in a folder. It helped a lot to write things myself, better than just reading or little exercises. But it's easier for me as both languages are close. Otherwise for usual daily language you can try duolingo but mehh. Best thing to do is to go 6 months in each country. If you're not an introvert or a nerd you'll learn the language at super fast pace. But you'll lack of formal and technical knowledge about the language so you need to complete that with real boring lessons.
2020-04-06 12:36
"Best thing to do is to go 6 months in each country" DUDE XD , that's obviously the universal best way to learn any language, but 99% of the people don't have the money nor papers to do that, hahahahha wtf.
2020-04-06 12:40
Yeah I know it's a bit privileged ahah but still it's the best way so if he ever has an opportunity ...
2020-04-06 12:43
+1 as if going 6 months in another country was that easy LUL
2020-04-06 15:11
And this is where you're happy to be a european student I got a 1800€ scholarship to do my erasmus semester in Dresden, in Germany (900 from Erasmus, 600 from my region and around 300 from my city) Helped me pay pretty much everything
2020-04-06 16:42
how'd it work if you wanted to learn Japanese, Korean or Chinese?
2020-04-06 16:49
My city's scholarship was exclusively for Germany, and Erasmus for Europe, so I would only have had the 600 euros from my region I actually wanted to go to Japan, but money was definitely a problem. Daily life out there is also quite expensive so yeah, my 600 euros scholarship wouldn't have been enough
2020-04-06 17:13
I am not running from learning the language so I was asking good books or sources to learn it. I currently only know Kazakh, English and Russian.
2020-04-06 12:43
Get your grip on duolingo. 30minutes everyday on one of the two languages. Do your little notes and cards about vocabulary and grammar (I suggest thematic vocabulary). And once you feel a bit comfortable with one language start some duolingo on the other (but keep working the 1st one). You'll see both languages are really close so if you understand the mechanics between the two languages most sentences and words will come to you naturally even if you've never seen them before.
2020-04-06 12:47
Ok thanks. If you know French and Italian could we talk sometimes via whats app?
2020-04-06 12:49
I'm not certain about giving my phone number to a random HLTV guy ahah but we can talk on steam if youbprefer
2020-04-06 12:52
Dont worry I will not kill you))
2020-04-06 15:07
that's bascilly it. same proccess applies to master each language 1. listen a lot of native speakers to learn the sounds of the language 2. read to get more vocabulary 3. then move on to grammar + spelling and if you're nerd: 4. work on your pronunciation + accent 5. improve your writting style
2020-04-06 16:58
#2
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China Bat_Soup_Eater 
bubble
2020-04-06 11:55
Duolingo and IRL
2020-04-06 11:55
#5
Jamppi | 
Finland R3ALMM 
Duolingo isn't the most helpful one. Teaches a lot of bs words
2020-04-06 11:57
How so?
2020-04-06 12:06
I think he means that I'm duolingo you can spend 30 minutes learning how to say "the whale is the zebra's friend" and stuff like that. I do daily duolingo in Turkish/Latin and I did a lot in Italian before and there's a lot of time invested in useless stuff. But duolingo is about patience and repetition. Someone dedicating time and efforts to it will learn the language for good
2020-04-06 12:39
Oh right, I've noticed that aswell, but it never really bothered me
2020-04-06 12:52
#4
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United Kingdom desolade 
duolingo
2020-04-06 11:55
Rosetta Stone is ur uncle
2020-04-06 11:57
I Downloaded but didn't know I should pay monthly.
2020-04-06 12:12
Find the cracked version or crack it mens, i had the full version for free but i had to remove it from my computer.
2020-04-06 15:37
#7
ALEX | 
France BadGones 
Watch podcasts in the language
2020-04-06 11:58
Even if you are beginning?
2020-04-06 12:00
Not that good if you just began. Apparently you need to be able to understand 75% of what's said to make it the most efficient. But even if you don't understand anything it won't hurt
2020-04-06 12:40
#8
Jamppi | 
Finland R3ALMM 
I recommend you look up a course online to study the basics of the languages and then download "Hellotalk' on your phone you can speak with natives in there. Also if you start with Spanish, Italian will become so much easier to master
2020-04-06 11:59
Yeah, but if you learn Spanish to make Italian easier you might aswell just learn Italian right away
2020-04-06 12:04
#17
Jamppi | 
Finland R3ALMM 
Yea but then you would get Spanish one of the most spoken languages + Portuguese and Italian as bonus
2020-04-06 12:11
Bonjure my friend
2020-04-06 11:59
It's "Bone jew"
2020-04-06 12:41
Ohh, It was long ago I studied French
2020-04-06 12:43
Both sexy languages
2020-04-06 11:59
#12
cam | 
United States girls 
bros how d o you know what words are what gender wtf mens))
2020-04-06 12:02
You get used to it. Same with German Mädchen being neuter.
2020-04-06 12:47
duolingo, memrise, busuu, lingq (uroki Petrowa za 16 czasov), In youtube for Italian: Podcast Italiano, Learnamo. Buona fortuna!
2020-04-06 12:03
Buona Fortuna means Good luck?
2020-04-06 12:30
I can confirm it means good luck, I'm a speaker of a Latin language ;)
2020-04-06 12:48
Nice.
2020-04-06 15:08
yes, bro! Good luck!
2020-04-06 19:03
1) Play cs with people from there. 2) French: read news and listen to podcasts in French: contrepoints.org/ leparisien.fr/ youtube.com/watch?v=MLOQAZXwVWQ 3) Games can help a fuckton, for both languages i actually recommend AC Unity (French) and AC2 and Brotherhood (Italian). Im learning French too.
2020-04-06 12:11
How can I read it if I dont understand it?
2020-04-06 12:28
Force yourself through it, use a lot of google translate, and TALK, talk with as many of them, as much as you can, you can't lock yourself into thinking you'll be a native-sounding speaker after you're done learning, that's just not how learning languages work, you have to already mentalize yourself to know that you'll sound like a cringe retard for a good few months, have CONFIDENCE in yourself, actually respect and love the lenguage you're learning, dont be ashamed of stealing native's modisms to sound more native and you'll become a much better speaker a LOT faster, the main problem with people in general is that they're ashamed of being mocked by their countrymen and ashamed of not sounding good enough to the foreigners of the language they're learning, the French will fuck with you and make fun of your broken French, but always in good heart sense and warm way, that's how they are, they will help you if you prove to care.
2020-04-06 12:37
DO it man, hes right
2020-04-06 17:50
pretty much this +99 I did learn english by myself and with the help of videogames, im not that great but still, i can speak better english than the average french guy also having discussions on forums like hltv,.. did help a lot
2020-04-06 17:49
i suffered with french cuz here is a mandatory language to learn And you want to learn baguete.... Sad I support you to learn italian. Listen capo plaza , 5 days and you already understand it
2020-04-06 12:32
Does he speak English or what? How can I learn from musician?
2020-04-06 12:35
Is it mandatory in Portugal to learn French ? Didnt know that.
2020-04-06 15:13
Yes it is :)
2020-04-06 16:07
#22
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Europe PowwneD 
Learn basics then try to practice as much as you can, french is a tough language to learn GL
2020-04-06 12:34
can i just ask wtf is this word Itialiian
2020-04-06 12:36
DUOLINGO
2020-04-06 12:48
Let's play cs together mens I will teach you some basic french, I will speak really slowly I swear
2020-04-06 12:50
Lets do it
2020-04-06 15:08
Pm me your steam 😎
2020-04-06 16:02
#40
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Russia MeowZer 
you speak russian or no?
2020-04-06 12:50
Da
2020-04-06 15:08
#48
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Russia MeowZer 
very nice series to learn basics of languages learned some italiano here personally youtube.com/watch?v=ZEZ8xdUMtDw
2020-04-06 15:11
Thank you bro
2020-04-06 16:58
I'll teach you french callouts in CS if u want
2020-04-06 15:13
Lets do it
2020-04-06 16:06
#51
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Indonesia ran4 
which more difficult? italian or french?
2020-04-06 15:14
Bruh Italien is literally useless. French is kinda ok. Learn some chineses shit
2020-04-06 15:15
Are you german?
2020-04-06 16:07
no
2020-04-06 17:45
2020-04-06 15:15
OK, Thanks for that.
2020-04-06 16:05
no problem mens )))
2020-04-06 17:47
Seems like u are fakeflagging
2020-04-06 16:06
2020-04-06 17:47
#55
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Korea XigNw0w 
Interweb
2020-04-06 15:38
Ik both , just google it and learn
2020-04-06 16:05
Fils de pute:)
2020-04-06 16:05
Pute = Putano?
2020-04-06 16:09
gl
2020-04-06 16:07
thxz
2020-04-06 16:45
#72
ceh9 | 
World mukas17 
Go take classes. At least half a year of weekly classes will get you started much faster. You can't learn much when you don't know what you're even looking at. When you get the basics of the grammar you can continue on your own.
2020-04-06 17:14
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