I don't know guess i was just lucky to learn it as a child -_-
when I was learning German in school I found it best to just immerse yourself and listen to podcasts on topics you know to pick up more vocab
also just find a language exchange partner
Try and watch English movies with subtitles on, that's what I did to improve my French
AND CHANGE FLAG, IMPOSTOR
First of all, fakeflagger? Second, other people have said this so I'm just here to echo it, but you should try and immerse yourself with native speakers, whether that be watching movies in English, listening to podcasts etc. The best way will be probably to move to an English speaking country, but that's not an easy thing to do. If your family speaks English try and encourage them to speak English to you to help you with your speaking and understanding etc. It's all about practise and you need to put it into a real life situation
Listen to radio and stuff. I learned more french doing that then in school
Make friends who speak only english. My friend from venezuela only knew Spanish when moving here and me a my friends only spoke english. In like less than a year he was fluent (he took classes and shit but still really impressive).
watch films/serials with subtitles and from time to time try to remove them and see if you can understand, eventually with time you will have no problem watching anything without subtitles
immerse yourself in that language, switch every game language setting, your phone language, your windows etc to english, if you are curious about anything research it in english (ex if your history teacher ask you to type 2 pages about WW2, research it in english and try to translate all by yourself with online dictionaries to your language)
listen to music in english, podcasts, watch english streamers
find some buddies for language exchange or join a cs go team where the base language is english
Just immerse yourself in that language and you will improve substantially in no time
learn spanish much better and easier
I learned English in elementary school and high school, but I probably learned the most when I was on the computer. It doesn't matter if it's playing games, watching TV series with subtitles, watching stream or reading in English, if you enjoy it, you will improve over time.
However, pronunciation is something else, if you don't have someone to talk, you won't get much better.
from my expirience learning, practice! so speak the language with people
there are not that much movies dubbed in dutch so I had to/ wanted to watch english movies as a kid
strangely I also learned it from roblox and minecraft
Im waiting for a joke from a yank about how the flag checks out that you cant speak English
Well I dont know what language they speak if a person from uk says "a bottle of water"
No Easy way. i learned english my self just watching full 2 hours movies in English only with a notebook noting all words i don't understand for about YEAR! And im still not perfect at it. But i understand everything peopole speaking thanks to that method.
But it was waste of a time because they did brexit so all i can use my english for is hltv.
Dont learn it. Learn German seriously
wach england match on hltv with subs
i learned a lot trying to translate lyrics from my favourite bands and slowly switching to watching youtube in english, and in csgo a bit of fluency speaking wise
speaking english? I live in english. it's not a language to me. it's totally best way of expressing my own. you know, sometimes i'm dreaming of a world, all people understand each other perfect. yes, i would dream. imagine all the people dancing and touching each other, communicate in a joyful harmony.
if someone is interested in learning portuguese from brazil? we can exchange knowledge, i'm interested in learning german, russian, french
In Finland basically only tv series/movies are dubbed, but there are also versions in movie theaters which aren't dubbed. Rest of the series with original language english, swedish, spanish etc with subtitles. In english youtuber who lives in Finland (Dave Cad), said in his video that he has started to appreciate subtitles, because you can for example watch finnish tv series with english subtitles. It's easiest way to learn other languages.
Yep movies do help a lot starting with subs and then no subs