Some of the best ways to learn English.
One of the most important things when learning a new language is to enjoy it. This can be easy to do, it´s all about how you learn and how you recognize the progress you´re making and how great you feel seeing how well you’re doing.
Focus on creating full, real English sentences every time you learn a new word.
If you want to fell that wonderful sense of confidence and achievement (of success) every time you sit down to learn English, the number one thing you should do is impress yourself (feel proud of yourself) is by speaking full English sentences.
Children do not learn grammar first. They start learning words to communicate, then short series of words together (sentences) to communicate more and then it grows from there.
Whenever you learn English from now on, focus on forming full sentences. If you have to, you can quickly look up grammar here and there to fill in the gaps, just so you understand how to make the sentences properly.
This is also great for remembering vocabulary, because you remember the words meaning when you use it in a sentence.
For example, when you focus on English for an hour, learn a few new words then immediately use them in full sentences. When you learn “to go” start to use “to go” right away, don’t wait.
- I want to go to the cinema because I like movies.
- When did you go to London?
Every time you sit down to learn English, try to have a little conversation with what you have just learnt. Repeat and repeat and repeat. Practice the new word inside 5 or 10 or 20 different sentences and see how good it feels.
At every level of English, make long sentences, because you can!!!!!
You will feel great because you are using the new word in real spoken English.
Do not feel like you have to practice lots before you begin talking in English. You can begin talking English NOW.
Speak out loud:
If you’re alone, speak out loud. Talk to yourself – it’s a great listening habit.
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