Does anyone happen to know a good software or method to learn an language?
Spanish, German, Japanese are languages I am interested in learning.
It really relied with what you want to do with learned language. If you want just have some fun with no strict using of grammatic -- just round yourself with special language materials, I mean, play games, watch series, read books, shitpost forums on language you want to learn
I want to learn it for the purposing of having actual conversations in Spanish I'm fucking tired of people hear talking in a language I do no understand it's unprofessional as fuck but I can not tell them anything so I just want to learn it to understand what the fuck they are saying and just not tell them.
>it's unprofessional as fuck
They shouldn't be speaking Spanish anyways. This is the US of fucking A, motherfucker. Do you want to make it easier for them to immigrate?
That's the sole reason I chose French instead of Spanish in HS.
Anyways not sure about German or Spanish. For Japanese, see: JapanesePod101, Anki, Genki, RealKana (helps if you have some mnemonics flashcards, I learned the kana in 3 days using them & RealKana), & Remembering The Kanji.
Get flashcard software, Anki or Memrise.
Michel Thomas is GOAT. It will teach you the equivalent of a full grammar book with some vocab. Probably the easiest way to get to an A1/A2 when paired with other beginner resources.
No but there's Lingua Latina: per se illustrata.
What are some good Spanish TV shows? I've been working my way though Isabel