Learning new things is always interesting, so is learning a new language. A language is evolved from many things – culture, traditions, country, people, history and so on. Hence, learning a new language is not just about mugging up the vocabulary and the grammar rules, but it is about getting exposed to the new traditions, culture, people, on the whole a new lifestyle.
Learning a new language evokes the child in you. Everything appears amazing and difficult at the very first look. You stay excited and like to use each and every word that comes across you. You like to frame your own sentence with the little knowledge you have. In this initial attempt of learning a new language, you make many mistakes, your pronunciation may be unclear, you struggle with forming the sentences, imitating your teacher, but still you have fun.
Language is not something you can master in a day. Even as a child, you try hard to speak the common phrases. With constant listening and practice you start speaking properly. So, the process should be enjoyed. Though learning the basic grammar nuances in an organized way is essential, the real language can only be learned implicitly by exposing yourself to various situations, culture, lifestyle, arts, etc.
Learning a new language needs you to come out of your closed shell and connect yourself to a different world. It develops your thinking. Therefore, don’t limit your learning process to a few number of text books, but extend it to the real atmosphere.