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Graduation shouldn’t matter for learning new languages.
Depending on the amount of resources you have available there are many
different options. If you can afford to travel to a place where people
primarily speak a language you do not know, you could use your trip to learn
that language. If you can afford to take any classes offered in your area, you
could do that. If you are low on money, but have some extra time, maybe you
could find someone to trade language lessons with. You teach them English, and
they teach you whatever language they know.
There are also many free language learning tools and courses online. The
BBC offers resources for learning a variety of languages. http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/
What language are you trying to learn?
Are there any Ambassies or Humanitarian organizations that speak any of the languages that you’re interested in near your home town that you might be able to volunteer and perhaps engage someone to help you learn the language?
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