Learning a second (or third) language besides your mother tongue always earns you extra points on your resume. Being able to communicate in more than one language is a skill that most of us would like to have. However, with the kind of rushed lives we live, it becomes challenging to attend classes to learn a foreign language. We are either too caught up with our household chores and work life, or find taking up professional courses a tad expensive.
However, that does not mean you have to swallow your desires to learn a new language. There are several ways you can learn a different language if you put your mind to it. We list below a few effective ways in which you can learn a language from the comforts of your home and without having to dip into your savings.