How to Learn a Language on Your Own

Thursday, June 15

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Thursday, June 15 at 7:00pm. Village Center. No registration required. The internet has transformed the experience of learning a language, bringing all kinds of inexpensive new resources to self-reliant would-be learners. It is easier than ever before to acquire language skills, and you are neither too old, nor too unskilled, nor too anything to start learning a new language. In this talk, writer and communication expert Ellen Jovin, who has studied 20+ foreign languages on her own, will discuss how adults can go about picking up a new language by pursuing it on their own time, on their own schedule, and in their own way. Language skills offer real benefits — from cognitive to professional to community to familial. No matter what you may have experienced with language-learning in your high school classes, it can actually be great fun and bring real joy to the later-in-life learner. To receive an email reminder for this program, CLICK HERE