Linguistic production is helped by reading newspapers in the language being studied which increases and consolidates vocabulary; watching television increases listening comprehension and includes the possibility of putting into practice what has been learned by listening to speakers of the language being studied, promoting a natural adquisition of the language.
Different methods for teaching the student a new language
The best way to learn a language is through motivation, whether it is necessary to better economic expectations or because learning a language has become a necessity to broaden opportunities.
There is nothing better for learning a new language than to listen, associate and repeat everything one can as it is a neurological process using both hemispheres of the brain.
If we are in a state of relaxation the learning process is up to five times more rapid. This state allows us to focus attention and increase production up to 90%. If we visualize an association we will never forget it; concentrating on the memory of the information it will be recorded more easily.