Language learning is broadly defined as developing the ability to communicate in the second / foreign language. LANGUAGE LEARNING Short form LL. In principle, the learning of any language or of LANGUAGE itself; in practice, in LANGUAGE TEACHING and APPLIED LINGUISTICS, the term is usually limited to the learning of foreign languages. The psychological and neurological nature of such learning is not known, but some general statements can be made about its educational and social aspects. In broad terms, there are two kinds of foreign-language learning: informal (picking a language up) and formal (taking an organized course) Language learning presupposes that learners have a conscious knowledge of the new language and can talk about that knowledge. They usually have a basic knowledge of the grammar. When we learn a language we have a deductive approach to the intonations, phonology, morphology, syntax of the target language. This happens when we start being schooled in this language, when we learn to read and write.