The moment you start traveling, you realize — if you hadn’t before — speaking more than one language is kind of useful. Not only does it make daily communication easier, it also opens the way to really meet and connect with the locals and with other travelers. Sure, many people speak English nowadays, but everyone will like you more if they see you have made the effort to learn their language.
Being fluent in a foreign language takes time. Everyone knows those “Learn French in 30 days” books won’t make anyone mistake you for a Parisian, but is there a proven way of learning a language a bit faster than usual? The guys at UpgradedPoints think so and have put together this infographic with some useful tips.