Are you having difficulty learning English? Are you saying to yourself “If only I could learn English better, I could do so much more?” If you are answering yes to these questions, I’m sure you’re wondering how you can do that. In this article, I would like to explain some problems many English learners face, and ways to improve your English that are simple and can be fun at the same time.
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Once you decide you’re ready to learn English, there are ways to accomplish your goal. You can take classes over the internet or in person, plus you can immerse yourself in the language.
You can practice immersion by surrounding yourself with friends who speak the language and going out into public places and speaking with storekeepers, waiters, and others in the community. Once you decide to become bilingual or trilingual by adding this language to your knowledge base, many opportunities will present themselves to expand your life.
The key is that learning real English through listening to phrases, expressions and idioms improves listening, speaking and reading skills at the same time. Grammar is wrapped within this, so it is actually learnt at the same time. It is also important to understand what you are listening to, so having a transcript is absolutely necessary. The length and complexity of what a person listens to should be appropriate to their level of English.
Getting consistent exposure to English, day after day, is what really gets you to English
fluency. But you must make the effort to be consistent.
Master grammar automatically – without grammar tables and boring drills – through interviews, films ,songs audio books, podcast, radios and stories
Reading or listening to English every day for one hour. If you can do more, that’s great! But one hour a day doesn’t seem such a long
time and is easy for everyone to do.