There are about 6500 languages in this world! Can you believe that? Although how come some of us only speak 1or maybe 2? Is it possible to a learn a language overnight...? I might just have to break it to you that unfortunately, it's just a little bit more complicated. Thankfully, I am here to give you tips, probably a bit more professional and helpful because I, myself has been and is teaching languages and I also speak Hungarian, French, English, and Spanish.
As a teacher, I would say that the easiest way to start learning a language is not through the alphabet. The alphabet is something very basic that you do not need to go over. You will learn it along the way anyways.
LEARN THE BASIC VERBS!
Verbs are something that we use in our every days to describe an item, an action and sometimes an emotion (ex: To like). In the sentence you have just read, there were 3 verbs, can you spot them?
2. SONGS & LYRICS!
Songs are one of the most helpful tools to enhance your vocabulary. In the brain has something called the auditory cortex. It's the part that handles information from your ears, holds onto musical memories. Songs are also quite repetitive which makes it much more easier to remember any information. Once you have listened to the song, I would suggest you to search up the lyrics, highlight the words you don't understand and translate them to your mother tongue or simply look the definition up. This activity isn't only fun, but it truly makes your vocabulary richer.
3. FIND A COMMUNITY OR FRIEND THAT SPEAKS THE LANGUAGE OF INTEREST!
Practice is what makes it perfect. Learning a language completely alone has it difficulties, that is why surrounding yourself within a community that speaks your language of interest is one of the best solutions. You will have no other choice but to communicate with the others which will fill you in with some practice. If you have a friend that speaks your language of interest, don't be shy to ask them for help, I am 100% sure that they will do you that favor!
4. WILLINGNESS AND GOAL SETTING!
If you don't want to learn something, you won't. If you want to learn something, you will. Its that simple. Any human being is capable of achieving something if they want it bad enough. Goal setting is important when learning a new language because you need to find some motivation in order to attain a certain goal, let that be a better job opportunity, a better country to move to or a new friendship.