Language Learning - how to decide which is the best for you

Tips to help you decide which language to learn if you don't HAVE to but WANT to learn a new foreign language
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7,653 students
34min of on-demand video

Make a decision based on which language might be best for them,
Start learning a new language they will enjoy,
Know how to form a regular habit to keep language learning going


  • Have the desire to learn a new language.
  • No prior knowledge is required.
  • Have pen and paper ready to make notes.


Welcome to my very quick and free course about language learning!

Have you ever had this idea of learning a new language but didn't know which one? 

If that sounds like you then this course is perfect for you as it will help you decide which language you might want to learn.

You will get...

  • tips on how to work out which language might be the best one for you

  • ideas how to try out some of the languages you might want to learn

  • tips on how to learn your chosen language on your own 

  • and how to form a habit to keep on learning your chosen language

So, grab yourself pen and paper and follow the ideas in the videos. At the end of this course you will have a better idea about which new language to learn - exciting times ahead!

Who this course is for:

  • Anybody who would like to learn a new language but can't decide which one.


experienced German tutor & translator teaching on & offline
Angelika Davey
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 606 Reviews
  • 43,169 Students
  • 3 Courses

      Once upon a time there was a little girl in Germany who had this idea of moving to England as soon as she was grown up and to make all English people like the German language. Then she wanted to be an air hostess, a ballet dancer, a famous singer …… 

      Fast forward to the present and this little girl hasn’t quite achieved what she wanted, but … 

      Angelika is a qualified teacher and native German speaker from Lower Saxony in the North of Germany, who moved to England in 1982. She has been teaching German since 1991. Her students are private and business clients, school children and adults in evening classes, with the youngest student being 3 years old and her oldest 80! 

      Angelika has written six books, two in German and four in English and several planners and journals for language learners. She translates from English to German and vice versa, and she teaches face-to-face, via Whereby or Zoom and via online courses! 

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