Visit the country or London (every language spoken here)
It takes time, a new born baby takes at least 3 to 5 years to learn its native language!
If it's Spanish, find a job at a nursery. If it's French, visit Paris on vacation this year. If it's anything else, explore the culture as much as u can in the us, then travel to that country.
What language is it?
Oh.. Didn't expect that one lol
Yeah idk.. I mean I guess just keep practicing and try to find ppl that do speak it more
Honestly... Gaelic, Polish or Japanese or something else like that.. Those are pretty challenging
Lol no but I might now that you you said that. Russian and Arabic are also supposed to be really hard so you might wanna start making some reservations at a fine Arabic or Russian hotel lol
Lol I know how u feel. My grandparents are 100% polish but my mom was adopted so I've always wanted to learn polish (other than the swears)
I learned in high school - took four years of Spanish
Yep, I could.
Rosetta Stone is alright but in the end, the best way to learn a language is go visit a country where it is spoken often.
Where I live, the school board does evening classes for adults and saturday morning classes for the children. I took sign language. There are also continuing education classes at colleges.