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Perhaps, it is because you are not familiar with the language itself. But I am sure that with practice and persistence you will be able to learn a language. There are different ways to learn a new language- these include making flash cards to learn a language and if possible, a tutor would also be of major help. Visiting the country in which the language you are learning would also facilitate in your practical skills of speaking the language. I may be of further help if you could indicate which language you are trying to learn. Wish you all the best!
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