There are numerous ways to learn a language in these days. Back to the days when there was no Internet, absolutely everyone was taught at a school or by some kind of a house tutor or teacher. Now with the “Planet Internet”, the chances we have to find a good language course are quite big.
We can still learn in a traditional way: these lessons are performed on schools, in groups and typically have very little one-to-one interaction; can be expensive (because you have to pay for a physical teacher present). The social interaction can be a good thing, you can learn with many fellow students who’re learning the same language as you and make new friends… but can be hard to find the right school near you (if it exists at all).
And then you have the online courses to learn a language! They are typically separated into numerous groups ranging from beginner to advanced learning. This is actually the most successful learning technique, many say! As opposed to studying in a group you’ll get the whole focus from the videos, and you can pause and repeat as many times as you need, without leaving your home, whenever you want! This can be actually the quickest way to learn a language. Oh, and you still can make new friends online and have an instructor to help you along the way.